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Old 04-02-2009, 04:16 PM   #21
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hahaha what a good thread I got going..I agree 180 is expensive but my taxes are coming back and that and a stabilyzer will be the only thing my bike is missing...
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:17 PM   #22
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hahaha what a good thread I got going..I agree 180 is expensive but my taxes are coming back and that and a stabilyzer will be the only thing my bike is missing...
Spend the money on a trackday and the bling will become insignificant.
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:18 PM   #23
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I've got CRG's, therefore, they are the best.
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:18 PM   #24
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I guess shorty levers do help when you go down, I have full size though, proven your reaction time is faster If you use all your fingers than If your brain has to signal just to use 2 fingers for a shorty lever. Not sure where I read that.
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it makes sense though good thought tony. now the debate shorties or standard haha page 63
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:22 PM   #27
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I know I just sold my broken set on there.. to bad all the colors I see out there are like blue and gold.. I need silver or black
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ive got the cheapest stock replacments and they held up strong in the crash test.
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Ryan what are the pros to Pazzo over the other ones?
dunno, i dont have the others. but i like my pazzos.
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My OEM levers have held up to highsides and lowsides without so much as a slight bend.
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I guess shorty levers do help when you go down, I have full size though, proven your reaction time is faster If you use all your fingers than If your brain has to signal just to use 2 fingers for a shorty lever. Not sure where I read that.
a handfull of brake lever = pavement
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a handfull of brake lever = pavement
With the brembo a finger full of break = pavement. Ap handfull or finger full I want my reaction time to be quicker so that I can squeeze the brakes instead of being late and mash the break.
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Ok to clarify things and i think im about 95% sure that CRG are the innovators or roll n click thats y i have crg black shorty levers with red adjusters so everything else is a copy
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I guess shorty levers do help when you go down, I have full size though, proven your reaction time is faster If you use all your fingers than If your brain has to signal just to use 2 fingers for a shorty lever. Not sure where I read that.
Cant really say that I agree with you on that one. How much faster do you think your reaction time will be by using all your fingers? I've always used two fingers for clutch and for the brake, I brought that with me from my moto-x days. I really dont see how using more fingers is faster, you will have less control of the bars that way. This contradicts what an instructor was saying on the 29th in a private lesson. I have to say that I think they were on the right track. To each their own. Didn't want to start an arguement but wanted to clarify something. Carry on.
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