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Old 12-10-2012, 06:15 AM   #31
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i had asv levers (short brake, long clutch) on my 09. the range of adjustment was insane. switched to pazzo shorties. wasn't a fan of the short clutch though. currently on my 07, i have crg levers (short brake, long clutch). in terms of adjustability compared to stock, ASV wins. aesthetically speaking, i'm a fan of my CRGs.
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i had asv levers (short brake, long clutch) on my 09. the range of adjustment was insane. switched to pazzo shorties. wasn't a fan of the short clutch though. currently on my 07, i have crg levers (short brake, long clutch). in terms of adjustability compared to stock, ASV wins. aesthetically speaking, i'm a fan of my CRGs.
Know any helpful feedback on FP levers? I am considering these 3 brands and just can't make my mind up
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:09 AM   #33
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FP is a quality brand. We have sold many and there no major issues. What is nice is the three different lengths they offer. The Medium length has become a huge seller and nice as it gives you a shorter lever, but you can get one more finger on them compared to the shorty levers. They are surely quality levers and not just because we sell them. In fact if you get them from us and don't like them (before install) we'll take them back and give you 100% in store credit so you can get another brand instead. With free shipping that means you're not out 1 cent if you don't like them. We are confident you will though.
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:23 PM   #34
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those levers are sexy! the bike is sexy also! ill post some pictures once i get them on.

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I have a set of black pazzo shorty levers and they're alright, I really want to get some ASV levers
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FP is a quality brand. We have sold many and there no major issues. What is nice is the three different lengths they offer. The Medium length has become a huge seller and nice as it gives you a shorter lever, but you can get one more finger on them compared to the shorty levers. They are surely quality levers and not just because we sell them. In fact if you get them from us and don't like them (before install) we'll take them back and give you 100% in store credit so you can get another brand instead. With free shipping that means you're not out 1 cent if you don't like them. We are confident you will though.
Will definitely keep this in mind, thanks.
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Old 12-11-2012, 08:08 PM   #37
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does the fp levers carry a warranty? just curious because i didnt see anything stated in the details.

and is there anyway that i can check the status of an order? placed an order last week from your website and i just wanna know if it got shipped out yet.

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FP is a quality brand. We have sold many and there no major issues. What is nice is the three different lengths they offer. The Medium length has become a huge seller and nice as it gives you a shorter lever, but you can get one more finger on them compared to the shorty levers. They are surely quality levers and not just because we sell them. In fact if you get them from us and don't like them (before install) we'll take them back and give you 100% in store credit so you can get another brand instead. With free shipping that means you're not out 1 cent if you don't like them. We are confident you will though.
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Old 12-11-2012, 08:17 PM   #38
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does the fp levers carry a warranty? just curious because i didnt see anything stated in the details.

and is there anyway that i can check the status of an order? placed an order last week from your website and i just wanna know if it got shipped out yet.
You should have already received an email from mm and I'd it was last week you should already have it. I ordered some rear sets on Saturday and got then yesterday. The fp levers have a lifetime warranty

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Old 12-12-2012, 12:25 PM   #39
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Just for some feedback... Is a shorty clutch too much stress on the hand for the street? I still have the oem's, and even those start to hurt my clutch hand after some time.
1 or 2 fingers on the clutch just seems tiring.
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Most people it doesn't bother. However, not all hands are the same. If you have smaller hands, a prior injury, or ride in stop and go traffic a lot then shorties probably are not for you. I would say about 80% of those out there get shorties though. Then 10% get long levers, and 10% get a short brake and long clutch combo.

However, the new FP medium lever length is really turning things around as we are seeing over 50% of those who get FP's go with medium levers.
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