First impressions were very high. They are really nicely made out of machined aluminium and look very smart. The installation was fairly painless, but with no instructions I had to pay particular attention to the combination of washers and grommets to ensure a smooth seemly operation.
The brake lever was no problem, but the gear lever is a little stiff, which makes me think I need to check a few things again. I did have to source a longer bolt to attach the lever to the gear linkage however.
Annoyingly the day didn't end there either. Testing the feel for the pegs etc. the bike wouldn't electronically find neutral, which is mildly annoying. Mechanically it did as I was able to push it around the garage. I'm thinking I hit a sensor when putting it back together, so when I get the time, I'm going to investigate a little further and see what I can find out.
There's no real rush, but I'd like to make sure she works properly for when Spring finally arrives.