I'd been lusting afer the Vario Levers
for some time now.
In a fit of passion and simply because I'm the MAN of the house, and just maybe because Sandar the mag was out of town, I ordered them.
Being a two finger type of rider they just simply work. Well made, you can exend the length to how you like them. The clutch side is adjusted all the way in and the brake so I can three finger it. I cut off my right index finger when I was in my early 30's and a sloppy job was done putting it back on. Shouldn't have gone to a barber.
On the GT, it the angle of the lever changes the actuation to where it's closer to the grip. Been some bitching about the actuation being at the end.
I'm 99% sure these will work on the LT. The switch gear on these bikes look suspiciously identical. Easy to install, one pointer: there are two small springs (at least on the GT) that are on the lever. You have to reuse these springs. Put your hand under the OEM lever when pulling them (they will pick up with an extendable magnet stick if dropped in a crevice. Ahem, well, yep).
No problems with the micro switches and I don't know why I waited so long.
The bike is slightly filthy due to those spitting, summer rains.