I have the Oberon lever on my 2018, set on 2. That works for me. About the only thing I do not like about it is the lever length. It is shorter than the stock lever and I can only get 3 fingers on it. Since I got it when I got the bike, that was a significant change from my 2009 with the Cable. I suppose I'll get used to it at some point. It does make a difference with the friction point. As mentioned, it does not move it on the hydraulic side, but the adjust-ability moves it closer. Now my fingers are not as extended at the friction point as they were with the stock lever.
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Last edited by OldNerdGuy; 03-07-2018 at 06:43 PM.