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GB going on over at R6messagenet - March 2, 2006, 01:17 PM

for PAZZO LEVERS need 10 to get a SET for $155 SHIPPED!!!!!

FOR THOSE THAT ARE ON THAT FORUM!

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really? do tell....how much for a set and turn around time?


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motomummy.com has them both in the short and long version for $160. I just ordered mine a couple days ago.


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What makes these Levers good, or better than stock?
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You can adjust the on the run. And they look cool.


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They are adjustable. There are 6 different positions to choose from and you can do it while on the bike riding really easy. They also now come in many colors. Also I got the short version for the brake side since I only use two fingers and I kept the longer side for the clutch.


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You can adjust the on the run. And they look cool.
I will admit, they look very cool... but if they are fine to begin with, why adjust them on the run. I promise i'm not trying to be stupid, I really dont understand the point of them.
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You can improve the feel as the day wears on. Also if your brakes become spongy you can adjust for it quickly


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You can improve the feel as the day wears on. Also if your brakes become spongy you can adjust for it quickly
Cool... now that's something I can understand. Thanks Mike!
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