There are scads of perfectly serviceable levers from Taiwan for sale on fleaBay for less than $20 a set. Or, nice blingy Pazzo knockoffs for $60 or so.
Or, just order a new lever from your local friendly Suzuki dealer, or your favorite online source for Suzuki parts. You haven't revealed what sort of V-Strom we're talking about, but a brake lever for my 2002 DL1000 is $52.25 at Partshark.com . Seems a tad expensive to me, which is why I have a spare set of the fleaBay levers on the shelf.
You can also get aftermarket levers sold under the Motion Pro name from any powersports dealer. They're the same as the eBay levers, so I don't see the point of paying twice as much.
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