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Thanks for this. Not so much for the actual data but more for the cause of not asking others and doing the measurements yourself. This is a lesson for others to follow. BITD John Schubert did much the same with the then available drop bar levers and calipers. Turned out the Universal levers had the least leverage. The next step is to decide what kind of performance one wants in their brakes. Max leverage/clamping pressure, the least leverage but the most solid lever feel, or something in between. Andy.
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