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Old 11-30-2009, 10:30 PM   #1
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Question Any experience with PSR-USA levers? (Powerstands)

I have some contingency and can pick these levers up for 100 bux. Considerably less than ASV or Pazzo's.

I dont need them except for posing purposes on my street bike. Anyone know anything about them?

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Old 11-30-2009, 10:38 PM   #2
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never heard of em, but pazzos i can tell you are great.
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I love my psr levers. I put em on all of my streetbikes
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I love my psr levers. I put em on all of my streetbikes
And you chose them over other brands because?
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And you chose them over other brands because?
because he had some contingency with them maybe?
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And you chose them over other brands because?
I like the looks of em. And you should support those who support you. I've never had any complaints about those levers
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Those are good stuff without the high price.
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My only complaint is that PSR doesn't answer my calls so that I could replace one frame slider
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I like the looks of em. And you should support those who support you. I've never had any complaints about those levers
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These levers are legit


I almost picked up a set a year ago, but they only had the left one in stock. They felt pretty strong and durable.
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:26 PM   #11
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Just ordered a set. 108.00 to the door. We shall see.
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Got the levers yesterday. Took 2 weeks exactly. They seem very well constructed and the adjustability is nice. I am going to install them and take pics. For 108.00 because of teh certs, good deal. I still do not understand why people pay $250 plus for levers.

One complaint...one of the levers came in open packaging. It was like someone opened the package, had a look, then replaced the lever but didnt tape the box. Lever came out, bounced around from CA. to TX., while in transit and has scratches. Very minor ones, but anyway.
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For 108.00 because of teh certs, good deal. I still do not understand why people pay $250 plus for levers.
Maybe I'm confused but you got the levers cheaper than other people would pay, right?

The website for PSR shows a set costs $204.
On the other hand Pazzo's website shows their levers for $199/set.

Not much of a price difference for us regular folks. I can see the bling factor but as far as function I can buy regular levers for less than $20, so....
Unless you are gonna go for needle bearing, folding pivots I don't really see the point.
Sorry but I don't see why people pay $200 for a set, or $108 for that matter.
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I am looking at their site but I cannot figure out how you get a pair for $108. I am looking at over $200 for my FZ1. I can get a pair of Pazzo for $179. I hope I am missing something. Price is the only reason I have been holding off on levers.

EDIT: Saw bumblebees post to late. +1 on price

BTW - Pazzo Levers Here

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He got em for that price becuase powerstands racing pays contingency for getting top 3 in the cmra. Which is why I said in a previous post. Support those who support you. Asv, pazzo, crg, they don't pay contengency so why buy em. Oh and vortex levers are nice too becuase they come in two peaces. But psr levers has alot better adjustibility
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For the average guy they are more than Pazzo or CRG
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He got em for that price becuase powerstands racing pays contingency for getting top 3 in the cmra.
Gotcha! Thanks for the clarification.
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