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Old 04-02-2009, 03:38 PM   #1
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ASV vs. Pazzo vs. CRG?

fixing to order brand spankin new levers what are you guys takes on them. This is where im at the Pazzo color combos are the best and cost 180 bucks. Asv's have a 5 year warranty and apparently more adjustability. CRG Roll-A-Click Havent heard to much on these... what are you guys thoughts probably ordering some this weekend
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Old 04-02-2009, 03:46 PM   #2
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Order what you like. There's not a huge enough difference to get bent over on a street bike.
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I have ASV short levers in my 07 R6 and liked them a lot. Way better than stock but I don't have tried the other ones for comparisson.
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Ryan what are the pros to Pazzo over the other ones?
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Old 04-02-2009, 03:49 PM   #6
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If I'm not mistaken, the ASV's have a warranty against breakage while the others don't.
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haha just seeing what people's takes are.. I need some good and bad feedback over them.. The pazzo of course are the popular choice but they dont offer a 5 year warranty and cant adjust in as far as ASV. Im not bashing pazzo because I will probably get them Im just trying to see what the public thinks..
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You're not going to find a lot of people who've tried multiple brands


You're going to find even FEWER people who've crashed tested multiple brands

You're going to find fewer STILL who can give useful info as to why one is better than the other. Its a lever, buy what you think looks the coolest.
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I don't understand why you would pay $180 for levers when stock only cost $10-20.
I know they got little pivot bearings and you can get shortys/colors but is it worth that many poser points?
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I have crg, other than the fact I only paid 40 for them new and it was black to match my brembo I think the money can be spent better. I like that they are adjustable and have a smoother pull but I could live with the regular levers
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I don't understand why you would pay $180 for levers when stock only cost $10-20.
I know they got little pivot bearings and you can get shortys/colors but is it worth that many poser points?

Yes. Because you'd have to do some really weird crash to ever even touch them down, and the shorter length is quite nice on a track bike.
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I can't reach my clutch on my left hand I get arm pump really easy im not a big guy and need it moved in just a tad.. that's why I need them plus stock look gay j.j haha
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Do some research I think 2 of the companies you listed are made by the same people and then the companies just out their name on it. I will say crg has awesome customer service!
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i had the CRG shorts on my aprilia i like them but as stated not to much of a diff!
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Yes. Because you'd have to do some really weird crash to ever even touch them down, and the shorter length is quite nice on a track bike.
I agree about the length making them less likely to be damaged in a crash and I wish I had some on my track bike, but since replacements are so cheap I just have stock spares in my pitbox.
Maybe I'm just a cheap .
But on the street? I say POSER.
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If you have small a aftermarket levers make a huge difference. I have Pazzos. I did crash test mine and they held up very well.
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