Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Greater Vancouver
I took a peek under the cover of my Custom...looks to me like there is some adjustment for the shifter height in the rod linkage connecting the toe shift lever to the tranny...you see the long rod with the heim joints connecting the lever to the tranny...you'd need to loosen the locknuts on each end of the rod and turn the rod to shorten/lengthen it - which should have an effect on the shift lever height. These have particular torque settings, so don't mess with these unless you know what you are doing.
Do you have a shop manual? Do you have mechanical skills? If so, then the job should be obvious, if you take a look at how the shifter actuates the tranny.
As for the rear brake pedal height - looks like the piston plunger has some adjustment on it with a locknut and shaft...take a look at how it works,, and you should see how the rear brake pedal depresses the piston into the brake master cylinder and how the length of that piston rod is adjustable.
Do not mess around with the important mechanics (like brakes and shifters) of your bike unless you know what you are doing, and have skills, and have a manual.