Brake Lever

Amanda made a brake lever for her motorcycle with the help of some InstaMorph®.

“My motorcycle is pretty rare in the US, which makes even the simplest part extremely expensive. My rear brake lever got bent when the bike fell over in the garage =(  

I tried to buy a cheaper alternative (showed in picture 1) and hoped it would fit but no luck- so instead of replacing the whole brake lever I just stuck InstaMorph around the bent lever and molded it into the correct shape. To give it a grippy texture just like a real brake I made an imprint with the other brake lever. It works great and I haven’t had any problems with it becoming too hot even on long trips in the summer.”

Thanks Amanda for sharing all the great pictures of the results. Glad to hear it’s holding up through the heat of summer too.

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