Grand Prix 250
Main Motorcycle: '12 Street Triple R
Join Date: Oct 2012
Other Motorcycle: '10 Ninja 250
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My very first mod to my '10 StripleR was to replace the OEM levers with shorty Pazzo racing levers (black w/gold adjusters). Debated going short brake/long clutch, but have never looked back from my shorties. You never use your pinkies anyway, and the Pazzo's fit 3 fingers, but I usually end up using 2. Quick and easy install too. Very nicely made hardware.
I had shorty levers on my previous bike for two years. They made riding more enjoyable since they had an easier pull and were more ergonomic. Even in heavy traffic like NYC and summer time beach traffic I never had an issue.
When I ordered them I thought the same as you did, that I would miss the extra length to get my hand around. But the clutch side was very comfortable for me to get three fingers around. And the brake lever I never needed more than two or three fingers, but could get my whole hand around if I needed to.
I would stay with the longer levers. They give you better brake and clutch control.
Watch Faster and see what Rossi, Max and Nicky use and how many fingers too. Works for them - works for me
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