No. Your ABS system on your motorcycle needs to be considered when you are doing anything to the brake system that involves the brake fluid, such as installing custom motorcycle brake lines
. Just changing your levers will not cause any issues. Changing your brake lines, or changing your brake calipers on a bike that has ABS will require that you actuate the ABS valve when you bleed the brake system. That ABS valve is an electronic valve and it cannot be actuated by performing mechanical brake bleeding. You need to have a module that plugs into the bike or you have to take it to a dealer so they can properly bleed the brakes. If you just manually bleed the brakes, you will get a false operation. Once you ride the bike the electronic valve will open releasing trapped air and causing brake failure.