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Old 06-24-2009, 02:34 AM
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I'm interested in getting a black/cf pair, but don't seem to know if I'd ever be able to settle on a position for them. As well, are they easy to install? I don't want to swap them out if they're gonna be a pain. For those of you that have them, do you like how they feel, and would you recommend them to someone who loves his stock handles?
 
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I would do it man. I love mine and I settled on a setting for both of them. I bought pazzo's and they were easy to install 20 min's if not less. I've ridden bike's with different adjustable levers and they don't compare to the pazzo's imo.
 
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woa... they make real carbon fiber adjustable levers? i would pick those up in a second.
 
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Originally Posted by hondarider600 View Post
I would do it man. I love mine and I settled on a setting for both of them. I bought pazzo's and they were easy to install 20 min's if not less. I've ridden bike's with different adjustable levers and they don't compare to the pazzo's imo.
I agree they are worth the effort and super simple to put on, but I have a completely 180* view of pazzo's. I think they are the worst of the 3 I've tried [pazzos, crg and asv, asv's being the best IMO] You should to try find people in your area with the different types to see what you like best.
 
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Originally Posted by Zero1080 View Post
I'm interested in getting a black/cf pair, but don't seem to know if I'd ever be able to settle on a position for them. As well, are they easy to install? I don't want to swap them out if they're gonna be a pain. For those of you that have them, do you like how they feel, and would you recommend them to someone who loves his stock handles?
I believe in them!

I have small hands, and as it is, I have to fully extend my fingers on the OEM clutch lever, in order to engage it. The OEM brake lever has some adjustability, so is not bad at all.

I ended up ordering a set of ASV from motorsports.com (so far my current experience with them is really really bad )
 
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:02 PM
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I just got a set of Pazzo shorty's and I love them. Very easy to install and I only use one finger on both the clutch/brake so they feel great to me. Would definately recommend a pair. I guess I've never tried asv, crg, etc so I can't compare.
 
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are there any down sides to using them?
 
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