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Old 01-19-2007, 12:22 AM   #1
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group buy on Pazzo levers on pashnit

There's a great group buy over on Pashnit.com for Pazzo levers - best price I've seen anyway. They are not advertising the price, but if you go over and PM Pashnit (Tim), he will send you the price. Or you can PM me and I tell you the price he gave me. Don't wont to post it in an open forum and screw up his deal though.

http://www.pashnit.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9530

He mentioned that the group buy would only last another week or two. I'm not affiliated with the buy - just though some guys or gals here might whan to get in on it too.
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Old 01-19-2007, 01:19 AM   #2
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is it better than 140 shipped?? thats all i need to konw
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yes,if it is that low,i'm in the list for my yama. prefer black handle with gold clips.
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Old 01-19-2007, 02:09 AM   #4
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is it better than 140 shipped?? thats all i need to konw
I don't want to post the exact price in a public forum and ruin the guys deal, but if you can get a set a $140.00 shipped, you might want to get them elsewhere (but tell us where). The group buy price is not very far off from what you've mentioned, but take it to PM's for the exact price.
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I havent seen them lower than 150-160 online. Where are they for 140 shipped?
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Old 01-19-2007, 09:17 AM   #6
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i've looked at these before, but i am uncertain about the sizing...are shortys for people with small hands, or for people with large hands, or is it more dependent upon the particular bike that they are going on...please let me know...

but pig pen, you can count me in for the order if you talk to him, do i need to join that forum?
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Old 01-19-2007, 09:54 AM   #7
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mainly shorties are for people that use one or two fingers on the control levers. I always use four, so i guess its the long ones for me.
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Old 01-19-2007, 10:11 AM   #8
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ok, i was thinking that, and the durability issue when sliding on the ground....i can't wait to get them...steps closer for the 929 to be strictly track
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ok, i was thinking that, and the durability issue when sliding on the ground....i can't wait to get them...steps closer for the 929 to be strictly track
I dont know if you wanna spend that much on levers for a trackbike. Those are one of the first thing to snap on a nice lowside. They look nice though.
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i guess there goes the keeping the price quiet...thanks though, i was curious
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I dont know if you wanna spend that much on levers for a trackbike. Those are one of the first thing to snap on a nice lowside. They look nice though.
i don't know why you would want them on a street bike? Poser factor??? I just got mine, and i love them, they seem to be so much easier to operate than the stock ones. they are teh shorties, and if they weren't so durable then alot of people wouldn't be buyin them for their track bikes. I have never heard any neg. on them.. I bought mine used, from a guy that crashed and they were damaged a little, so i would say that they are somewhat durable, and the shorties don't stick out so far, that may have something to do with it.
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i don't know why you would want them on a street bike? Poser factor??? I just got mine, and i love them, they seem to be so much easier to operate than the stock ones. they are teh shorties, and if they weren't so durable then alot of people wouldn't be buyin them for their track bikes. I have never heard any neg. on them.. I bought mine used, from a guy that crashed and they were damaged a little, so i would say that they are somewhat durable, and the shorties don't stick out so far, that may have something to do with it.
Man who in your cheerios? I didn't say anything bad about them, they look nice. Just because people race with them doesn't mean they wont break in a crash. And just b/c your went down with only a few scratches means nothing. Its the internet, where opinions exist, lighten up.
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im not heavy on ya, just giving my thoughts on them. all i meant was with the shorties, they are prolly less likely to break in the event of a crash versus the stockers.
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Man who in your cheerios? I didn't say anything bad about them, they look nice. Just because people race with them doesn't mean they wont break in a crash. And just b/c your went down with only a few scratches means nothing. Its the internet, where opinions exist, lighten up.
no man... I dont mean to jump your or anything, but ANY lever can potentially break in a wreck ( I personally think you do have a better chance with the shorty levers holding up though) Oh and the poser comment was unnecessary bud, lots of people ride the street daily and you should know performance on the street is important as well, especially if you claim they are 'easier to use". Am I wrong here?
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im not heavy on ya, just giving my thoughts on them. all i meant was with the shorties, they are prolly less likely to break in the event of a crash versus the stockers.
I agree
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no man... I dont mean to jump your or anything, but ANY lever can potentially break in a wreck ( I personally think you do have a better chance with the shorty levers holding up though) Oh and the poser comment was unnecessary bud, lots of people ride the street daily and you should know performance on the street is important as well, especially if you claim they are 'easier to use". Am I wrong here?
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yeah, you need some red levers to match your tires..:laughing6 i was once a poser myself. street performance is very important, esp. with the diverse group on MH. :icon_bigg
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yeah, you need some red levers to match your tires..:laughing6 i was once a poser myself. street performance is very important, esp. with the diverse group on MH. :icon_bigg
that is funny isn't it? Red levers to match the other red parts on my bike? Who would of thought of that?:laughing6 No seriously guy, I'm really not trying to push your buttons or anything, really, it just sounded like you were forgetting the commuter that enjoys performance just as much as the track guy, that's all I was saying.

(the red tires set my bike apart from all the other 929's and they are sticky as ! maybe a bit too soft for street use.)
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yeah, you need some red levers to match your tires..:laughing6 i was once a poser myself. street performance is very important, esp. with the diverse group on MH. :icon_bigg
nevermind. theres enough trash talking on here. 1 pm sent to carbon r1.

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i've looked at these before, but i am uncertain about the sizing...are shortys for people with small hands, or for people with large hands, or is it more dependent upon the particular bike that they are going on...please let me know...

but pig pen, you can count me in for the order if you talk to him, do i need to join that forum?
I imagine it would be best to join his forum, but I don't think you have to. I just shot you his contact info via PM.

As far as the lever size, I decided to go with a long clutch lever and a short brake lever (black levers/silver adjusters - should go nice with my Black Rizomas and alum bar ends ). I use four finger clutching most of the time and at stoplights, but generally go with 1 or 2 finger braking. Personally, I don't have a problem with the stock style levers - just wanted a little more bling - nothing wrong with that. Already got my header/can, jet kit w/ pods, and have been upgrading the suspension as well - also shaved a few pounds off the bike.

BTW, the long levers have a slot cut in them, so the end can break-off if the bike is dropped on the lever. If that happens you basically have a shortly lever.
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