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Where'd Limey go? Is he down at the Ducati dealer droolin' over the S4R again?

Only difference I see are:

• The CRGs are solid while the Pazzos have holes drilled all the way through.

• The Pazzos all have black mounting blocks.

• You can see the machining marks on the Pazzos. It's not evident on the CRGs.

All of this is just cosmetics. Both work. Go with what floats your boat. I have Pazzos on both my Triumphs. Love 'em.



 

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Yeah those holes will really make the bike faster by reducing alot of weight.

I like the fit and finish of the CRG's better!!!

It's your bike and your choice!!!
 

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One other difference worth noting - Pazzo's generally run @ $40.00 - $50.00 cheaper per pair than CRG.

Like anything, you get what you pay for, but I've never heard any complaints about the functioning of Pazzo levers. Still, some people think CRG are prettier and are therefore worth the extra cost. To each his own. :wink:

[ This message was edited by: scratch on 2007-01-17 16:07 ]
 

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I have Pazzo's, and to this day I do not see what's so great about them...
 

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On 2007-01-17 18:56, Euro wrote:
I have Pazzo's, and to this day I do not see what's so great about them...
They look way cool! :razz:
 
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