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Motorcycles- aftermarket parts homologation

Hello everyone, as the title says, i want to change some parts on my motorcycle with aftermarket rather than oem. Specifically, brake lever, clutch lever, shifter and brake pedal. I dropped the bike in snow a couple times and i want to put parts with a hinge that won't break upon a drop.
The question is, can i just change them, or do I need to get a permission, or i need to take the bike for inspection after that? How should i proceed to do this?
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Re: Motorcycles- aftermarket parts homologation

Reviving this post a little bit...

I've read a similar post on here mentioning that an awful lot of things can be changed without concern on a moto, but something like brake levels require homologation. I want to change my shocks away from standard, but the question is, how do I get this added to my grey slip? I'm not sure of the process.
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Re: Motorcycles- aftermarket parts homologation

there is already written a lot about this on this forum, otherwise those links are important:
Verordnung über die technischen Anforderungen an Strassenfahrzeuge

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https://asa.ch/online-bibliothek/richtlinien/
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directly to 2b


@Catcc:

I think it is under 4.1.5.2 (page 22): verwendung von nicht originalen....

you need to comply with E
E is (from page 12):
"melde und prüfpflichtige: eignungserklärung des Bauteilhersteller erforderlich" => Notifiable and subject to inspection: Declaration of suitability from the component manufacturer required
I hope I understand it right, you can change it by yourself, but new part need to have a certificate.
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yours is under 4.5.5, depends what kind of shocks you are going to use, it can be either A (just change it), E (reporting to StVA) or F (proofed)
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Re: Motorcycles- aftermarket parts homologation

No problems with cluch or shift lever, nor shocks.

Brake levers need a certificate.

Tom
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