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Brake/Clutch levers....Afteramarket ot not..
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Brake/Clutch levers....Afteramarket ot not.. - September 15, 2006, 12:03 AM

This is probably in the wrong section. Who here has aftermarket clutch/brake levers? Which ones did you get any why? Why change from stock? DO some of you have shorter clutch and stock brake levers or the other way around?

What about all the track whores here! Which ones do you have on your bikes?


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Friend of mine just bought the Pazzo levers and he loves em.


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crg adjustables, best thing ever, just a little lever and they adjust in a split second.


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September 15, 2006, 05:46 AM

pazzo or crg. I've had both and they are very similar. The Pazzo's come in an assorment of colors for the levers and adjusters. The Pazzo's are about $10 cheaper for the pair.


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CRG.
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My friend runs the Pazzo's, he loves them, I personally am a four finger brake lever kinda guy, so don't like the feel of shorties.
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Pazzo Shorties rock
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I'm going to put Pazzo Shorties on shortly (get it - 'shortly'? ah, nvm) Anyway, I'm going that direction b/c boomboom929 put them on his bike, and he has been riding since he came out of the womb.....


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I have a shorty clutch lever, but only cause I drill a small hole in the stock levers in case of a drop, and I dropped the bike off the stand about a week after I drilled the leverin the early spring, snapped at the hole leaving me a leaver so I could still ride. Its passed Tech inspection like that 4 times too.


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crg and I used to have pazzo, both worth the money
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Yeah...get trick levers.
It will make you faster James.
They are better for crash protection though.


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Yeah...get trick levers.
It will make you faster James.
They are better for crash protection though.
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BTW...this is the wrong section.


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Seriously, why change them? Your stock ones are adjustable.
Buy new tires instead. Or another trackday.


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Seriously, why change them? Your stock ones are adjustable.
Buy new tires instead. Or another trackday.
The old man is right...just pick up a set of spare levers...Ebay you can grab a set for around $12 to $20 easy!


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