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Old 10-13-2007, 02:31 AM   #1
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Question What is the general opinion on Pazzo Levers?

I just picket up a pair of Pazzo levers (short brake - long clutch) for $160.00 off of Duncanmoto.com. What I would like to know is if these are really worth the money compared to a stock GSXR750 lever.
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Old 10-13-2007, 04:56 AM   #2
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Good levers and they crash well, comparable to CRG's and a big improvement over the stock ones. You might check with Motorcycles Unlimited before you buy though.
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Old 10-13-2007, 05:49 AM   #3
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yeah, i think Motorcycles Unlimited may be able to beat that price. can't hurt to ask.
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Old 10-13-2007, 08:58 AM   #4
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also check out motomummy.com right now, they have them in their clearance bin for $125 (black levers with gold, red, blue, or black adjusters). I have a set, let me dig up the thread:

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@ motomummy they are $160. Use coupon "pazzo" for $15 off, and always free shipping with motomummy...i ordered them friday, they showed up monday...ultra fast paced shipping program...
dunno if the coupon code is still valid.

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Old 10-13-2007, 09:08 AM   #5
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i have em on mine and i love them, way better than stock. The adjustment is so simple.
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Old 10-13-2007, 10:47 AM   #6
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awesome levers, go for the shorties, how often do you use all of your fingers, and even if you do once you get the shorties you will see all you need is two.
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Well I try and use all my fingers for the clutch but braking is another story. I checked out motomummy.com and their at $159 right now so not that big of a deal.
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http://www.motomummy.com/store/home.php?cat=313

$125

but that's only for the black levers...
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i have a set for sale. not sure if they would fit your bike tho. lemme check.
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i do not think they fit. but you might want to call a dealer to double check.
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o sorry forgot to say the levers are for an 06-07 r6. it would also fit 04-06 r6 too.
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o sorry forgot to say the levers are for an 06-07 r6. it would also fit 04-06 r6 too.
Are they shorty's? What color? I might be interested.
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I have the Pazzo shorties and i love em!! Plus they look alot better then the big bulky stock levers.
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Well I try and use all my fingers for the clutch.
When your in second and rev. to around 12.5k rpm are you still using all fingers on the clutch when the wheel lofts in the air?
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i still cant understand why people pay mega bucks for levers. some manufacturer out there is making a killing. just doesnt seem like enough hardware to justify the price.

if i can find my levers from parts unlimited or cycle gear for like $9 im a happy man. if the higher end levers were like $40 or $50 maybe i would spring for them....
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^ hehe warp you still got my quote in your sig lol...

gotta admit i laugh again when i read that too, lol.
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i still cant understand why people pay mega bucks for levers. some manufacturer out there is making a killing. just doesnt seem like enough hardware to justify the price.

if i can find my levers from parts unlimited or cycle gear for like $9 im a happy man. if the higher end levers were like $40 or $50 maybe i would spring for them....
+1........don't understand why they are so dang spendy
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I got a deal on mine.....brand new pazzo shortys for $80!!!
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I found them on ebay.....a guy bought them and then wrecked his bike b4 he could put them on so he sold em to me. They were still in the unopened box with all the papers and stickers.
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