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Old 11-10-2012, 06:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just got my first look at the Street since the wreck. The tank has a small dent on the right and a big flat spot on the left. Front fender and radiator shroud are broken. Left mirror is scratched , grip is ripped and lever is bent. Not too bad for 25 mph. What grips or levers are better than stock?


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Old 11-11-2012, 01:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a pair of 10 Click adjustable levers, that are a bit of an obvious rip off of Pazzo shorties. $29.99 incl postage, from ebay. They are incredibly good quality and a good fit, available for all models in a multitude of colors and hard to believe they are so cheap.

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I have a pair of 10 Click adjustable levers, that are a bit of an obvious rip off of Pazzo shorties. $29.99 incl postage, from ebay. They are incredibly good quality and a good fit, available for all models in a multitude of colors and hard to believe they are so cheap.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Brake-Clu...item41691fffc4

Thanks, I may try these for my VFR!
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Old 11-11-2012, 05:58 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I put these(I think the same ones) on my Sprint 2 years ago. The black anodizing faded to a gunmetal grey, but that's the ONLY complaint. Even that's not really a complaint, as they match my graphite grey bike perfectly!
If I has it to do again, I'd get the same ones, but in a silver finish.


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What grips or levers are better than stock?
I would think those that fit your hand best, like we all got different sized and shaped hands.
I have never really seen after market grips and levers set up so you could stand there and test them for size and ergos, be handy to be able to walk in somewhere and do it though.





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I would think those that fit your hand best, like we all got different sized and shaped hands.
I have never really seen after market grips and levers set up so you could stand there and test them for size and ergos, be handy to be able to walk in somewhere and do it though.





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For you Dog they have a ladies lingerie departments you can test your hand size out on. Just don't get caught.
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Those look good! I use two fingers on the levers. I like. The idea of adjustable.


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I have some Chinese Pazzo knock offs as well and like them. I'd buy them again.
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