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View Poll Results: Which lever so you SUGGEST?
Pazzo 12 27.27%
CRG 3 6.82%
ASV 27 61.36%
Titax 2 4.55%
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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 12-01-2009, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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So i am pretty much on the fence about getting some new levers.

I know it all comes down to how each individual set of levers feels in MY hands but i would like to get other opinions on these levers so please...dont be shy

All levers will be shorty, black with red adjustable.

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Personally, right now i am attached to the Titax ones but i would love to hear your opinions.

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Well I'm not gonna make your decision any easier by mentioning this, but I thought I would throw another option into the mix:

http://www.motomummy.com/store/produ...cat=516&page=1



FP Racing levers. Newly released, foldable, look good, and competitively priced.
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ASV or CRGs.

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ASV:

Just got a set of these exact one's in the mail today from Motomummy....haven't even put them on yet.

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Well I'm not gonna make your decision any easier by mentioning this, but I thought I would throw another option into the mix:

http://www.motomummy.com/store/produ...cat=516&page=1



FP Racing levers. Newly released, foldable, look good, and competitively priced.

I saw these around on several site's....they're not out yet for CBR's.....

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I voted ASV but would have rather picked the FP's instead.

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the fp's should be out in 3-4 weeks for the honda's...
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well so far ASV has over whelmed...

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the fp's should be out in 3-4 weeks for the honda's...
10-4....

Got my ASV's in the mail today from you guy's. Great price, free shipping, arrived fast......

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glad you got them quickly and like them lucky :) asv makes some killer levers and the only lever with a warranty right now for the honda's. the warranties are the best feature imo and hopefully in the future more companies will start doing this.
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well...i am very very partial to the titax but i think i am going to go with the ASV...

venders...here i come.

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I have the Pazzos they are good. They look good and are easily adjustable.
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well...i am very very partial to the titax but i think i am going to go with the ASV...

venders...here i come.

Thanks guys.
you must have missed the ASV EAD thread. not saying you're not going to like them, but a whole lot of us were less than satisfied with both the levers and the customer service provided by ASV.
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you must have missed the ASV EAD thread. not saying you're not going to like them, but a whole lot of us were less than satisfied with both the levers and the customer service provided by ASV.
i guess i did miss it...


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you must have missed the ASV EAD thread. not saying you're not going to like them, but a whole lot of us were less than satisfied with both the levers and the customer service provided by ASV.
Can you post up the link to this thread.

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I have a set of ASV shorties and they are awesome. Solid and a lifetime warranty on heavy damage. I would highly recommend these.
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asv has a 5 year warranty on the c5's. fp racing is the only manufacturer of a lever with a lifetime warranty. Not that 5 years isn't very close to a "lifetime" warranty when you're talking about sportbikes...
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ASV is good with there 5 year warranty. the other 3 brands are almost identical in their design. i personally pick the CRG becuase i like the brand. but if you have the cash go ASV. if you dont have to money go with either pazzo or CRG, since i never use the Titex, i cant say much about it. however, in reality, i dont think Titex is too different from the other 2

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I am so loving my ASV shorties. I was hesitant to go with the clutch side shorty, but am glad that I did. Not hard to pull the clutch lever in at all......wErd.

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i had pazzos on my r6 and now asv shortys on cbr i love asv. i heard crg was really good to though.

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so whats the problem with ASVs? should i buy a set of used pazzo shortys for 100$? they have a nick in them tho

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so whats the problem with ASVs? should i buy a set of used pazzo shortys for 100$? they have a nick in them tho
i second all this info. I am curious about this thread and my search button doesn't work like i want it too

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I rode with shorty pazzos for 2 years. I parted out the goodies on the bike with intent to sell. Iliked them. I put the bike back to stock and still loved it , save your money.
Decreasing leverage to formit looks is not the best idea ...ever. . if you are a super bad ass track mofo then you are looking to shave weight every where, go for it. Check out BrowningBuck's battery mod to drop 7 pounds . If you already made purchase , K, just sayin.

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but i only use 2 fingers on my brake so that would be good enough for me.. or would it still be harder to pull?

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I rode with shorty pazzos for 2 years. I parted out the goodies on the bike with intent to sell. Iliked them. I put the bike back to stock and still loved it , save your money.
Decreasing leverage to formit looks is not the best idea ...ever. . if you are a super bad ass track mofo then you are looking to shave weight every where, go for it. Check out BrowningBuck's battery mod to drop 7 pounds . If you already made purchase , K, just sayin.
i completely understand what you are saying. Makes sense to, but, i just can't stand the long ass levers...i need something shorter. I only use two maybe three fingers to pull either lever anyways...

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I have shorties and don't find it any harder as far as leverage goes. In fact shorties on the brake side might be a good idea as to much pull on the front brakes can end very badly

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I have shorties and don't find it any harder as far as leverage goes.

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it shouldn't be any harder as they do give you a little more leverage based on the fulcrum point and design of the levers. It's not much but it's a little. The main key is the adjustability of them and feel as most say they feel more solid. Give us time and we'll have a very trick lever available very very soon :)
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