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Anyone have any experience using the ASV shorty levers? how are they compared to stock levers?
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Even if your hands are as big as mine, you will still love them, plus they are hyper adjustable so you wont have any problem setting them up just the way you like it ;D

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i have crg, i havent installed them yet but they seem very nice.
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ASV are by far the most adjustable levers on the market and the warranty is unbeatable.

After that the FP levers are a great value, only manufacturer with a medium lever, and the most color options along with the wind slot. Made in the USA as well.
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The crgs are the best.. I love em! Ergo is night and day
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Installing ASV levers on your bike is like mounting breasts to the clip ons.....do not regret

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For me it was a night and day difference. It felt like i had more control of the bike being able to adjust the distance between the grip and lever, so now its perfect on my reach for the brake or clutch. Oh and they look great as well
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I will add one more thin you will probably hate it the first week... I wasn't use to using one finger for the clutch or the different angle and drug/popped the clutch for a week and couldn't stop shifting with 4 fingers which don't fit on the shortys well..

So once you get past that you'll love them. But it will feel awkward at first


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CRG shorty on mines. Love em. You'll have to get use to them . But after 50 miles or so. You will have a better feel on braking and clutch via 2 fingers..

Same o for asv. Can't go wrong with either. Beats oem imo




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Ive had a set of ASV shorties on for 3k miles and I love them. Would never go back. Got mine for 89 each...
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I got the candy blue IFX shorties Pazzos from Motomummy and love it.
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Asv offers refurbished levers on their website. Same amazing levers without a warranty for half the price.

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Asv offers refurbished levers on their website. Same amazing levers without a warranty for half the price.

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hey man what do you mean refurbrished? and if im not mistaken you mispelt ASV in your mod list
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hey man what do you mean refurbrished? and if im not mistaken you mispelt ASV in your mod list
Might have I use my phone and it changes everything I type. They are damaged levers sent back repaired and refinished so they look and work like new. I have them and I love them. Thought it may be risky but they r still high quality.

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I have the JPR performance adjustable shortys and they are great. Like ck said they take a little getting used to when you first get them but after that you wonder how you ever went without them

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I would ask where the levers are made if you look at anythingo ther then fp, asv, pazzo, crg.

A few places are marking up china/malasia/korea made levers 100% and reselling them under their own name. Basically they are the same as the ones you can get on ebay for 40 bucks except they are marked up by a US dealer and sold another name. If you ask where they are made by law they must tell you...worth asking to find out if you're paying a 100% mark up for asian made levers.
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im deciding between asv or giving the levers from motomummy a try.

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love my asv 5 s . lots of adjustment and comfy.not to mention they look great.got mine from moto mummy. they were great shipped fast.
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Couple years ago I read about a few users who didn't like how much play the ASV's had at the pin. Some of the ASV users then went with Pazzo's and liked them. Others went to CRG's and seemed to really love them. I went CRG and I'm not looking back.








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worth asking to find out if you're paying a 100% mark up for asian made levers.
You shouldn't lump into a single category of Asia as Japan is part of Asia too.

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i had crg but i replaced it with righteous stunt clutch lever cause its the softest clutch everssssssss!
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People know what I meant. I'm not going to list every country that makes cheap crap as people understand the context. Not too mention, I can't think of any popular levers that are even made in Japan? However, they Japan does make great stuff.

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I have ASV f3 series love them. Took a minute to get used to the new friction point but would never go back now!


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went with my gut and picked up some gold asv levers along with some wood craft frame sliders. cant wait to get them and on the bike.
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