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I just installed my Boushi V2 rearset and it seems the spring setup doesnt want to work. Is there anything out there that combines the rear brake switch, and return spring? Also, are the levers suppose to be pointed pretty far down? First rearset I've ever sat on or used.
 

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You can eliminate the stock brake switch with a banjo bolt operated one.

Goodridge, solid good quality.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Goodridge-B...ash=item4d423c7960:g:OrkAAOSwxp9W3NpW&vxp=mtr

This one from Hong Kong would work if you are on a tight budget.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Universal-M...ash=item1e9d52c12c:g:JJ8AAOSwo6lWPEre&vxp=mtr

Brake pedal height on most rearsets account for race boots or aggressive angle. You can cut or replace the shift rod on the left side as needed. There are vendors that can help you with various lengths.

Graves makes a return spring if you find you need it. Should be just ok without it with brakes setup ok in the back. Report back.
 

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You can eliminate the stock brake switch with a banjo bolt operated one.

Goodridge, solid good quality.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Goodridge-B...ash=item4d423c7960:g:OrkAAOSwxp9W3NpW&vxp=mtr

This one from Hong Kong would work if you are on a tight budget.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Universal-M...ash=item1e9d52c12c:g:JJ8AAOSwo6lWPEre&vxp=mtr

Brake pedal height on most rearsets account for race boots or aggressive angle. You can cut or replace the shift rod on the left side as needed. There are vendors that can help you with various lengths.

Graves makes a return spring if you find you need it. Should be just ok without it with brakes setup ok in the back. Report back.
Glad your the person that answered! I have your old/new ones from @Mase
Shift lever I have set just right. Works up and down. Have it adjusted all the way in. Little worried about the brake side.

In theory, If I do the Bonjo pressure switch I should be able to eliminate this bolt/nut correct? (cause it looks crappy)
 

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yes. you can just scrap all the hardware associated with the stock brake switch and the spring that activates it.

Need to do a good job on it though, use heat shrink and do it tight.
 

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yes. you can just scrap all the hardware associated with the stock brake switch and the spring that activates it.

Need to do a good job on it though, use heat shrink and do it tight.
Is that a splice or plug and play?
Im gonna order the Goodridge one. Whats your personal opinion on the quick connects? Just in case it would ever need to be replaced again
 

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Not sure never peeled back the top of that switch, not sure if that is a sealed unit.

As long as its sealed from possibly getting wet your good.
 

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Can you guys confirm the banjo bolt on rear cyl is 10x1.25 looking at putting a pressure switch on. And someone told me its 10x1.5 which doesnt seem right
 
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