Hi folks, Got a question about front brake resistance / hydraulic fluid pressure. (Kawasaki Z1000SX) I've got an adjustable lever on the brake, settings 1-6 where 6 is the furthest from the grip. I used to run it on 4 where I could get the lever all the way back to the grip with reasonable but not excessive force. 2,000KMs ago I had the front brake fluid reservoir changed from Kawasaki Ugly to Aftermarket Pretty. This also reduced the volume of fluid in the system since reservoir is smaller. But I did not notice any difference to the feel of the brakes after this change was made. Over the weekend I put some bark busters ONO on, which involved moving the brake lever assembly further away from the grip and possibly changing its angle to the grip slightly. I now find that even with the lever set on 6, I can still bring the brake lever all the way to the grip without particular effort. In short, I don't think I'm getting access to all my brakes. I'm pretty sure that the issue is the changed position of the brake lever assembly - the bike has only done 20,000KMS / 18 months old so I don't _think_ that age of the brake hose should be an issue. What are my options for addressing this? Any help / ideas / suggestions gratefully appreciated!!!