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post #1 of 92 (permalink) Old 07-31-2012, 10:14 AM Thread Starter
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long vs short levers, and brands?

I'm thinking of getting some pazzo short levers, I think they look better and I think they would be a bit easier for city driving.
Tell me what you guys got.
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Pazzo long levers on my bikes, left hand a bit mangled from an accident so easier for me with long levers
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I have shorty chinese levers. from Rideitmoto.com. This is my third set for three different bikes.
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I have the black shorty lever from Evotech.


I like them, I have fairly fat fingers but can still get 3 fingers on the clutch if feeling lazy.
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Shorter levers are actually more difficult to pull due to a shorter lever arm so provides less torque with the same force. That being said, I have ASV shorties on mine and don't find it difficult at all. If you sit in a lot of traffic it may get annoying and I think I prefer the long levers for ease of use, but it really wasn't that much different. I also think they look a bit better as well.
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I've been using the pazzo shorties for about a year and a half. Love them!

Keep the rubber side down!!!
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asv f3 shorties. the end.
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Pazzo 6 position LONG. Love them.
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EBay Pazzo knockoffs, $35/shipped for the pair.
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ASV standard.
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