'84 CX650E that is evolving into a GL500
I had a Suzuki with bucket & shim valves. Fortunately it only needed the shims changed once in the 90,000 Km I owned it.
Thanks Mike. I sort of realized that 3" too long won't be a problem at all because any excess cable will be confined to the fairing. Thanks for your help. I also recently had to rebuild my fork seals and went with 20 wt. fork oil. Helped my bike tremendously. It was way too flimsy and really dove when you had to brake hard. It was a game changer. Keep us posted on your progress. Take care and God bless!If you can post a photo of your bike that shows the handlebar I could probably tell if they're the same or similar to mine. If they are that cable will work. It doesn't have to be exactly the right length. If it's a little too long it'll probably work just fine. Obviously if it's too short it won't work.
You could also remove your current cable, measure the cable housing and post it here. I'll measure the aftermarket cable I have and then we'd know if that one would work for you.