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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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I need new leavers

I am now got my new bars on the bike and notice that my leavers are too long. They hit stem on bar end mirrors. So have anyone suggestions on how to find shorter ones. Preferably black ones, please.

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It might help if you mentioned which bike it is and what part of the world you're in.
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Rizoma, simply the best. Some have tried Chinese knock offs on amazon. Easy install, very adjustable and come in a myriad of colors. Not cheap though. I got the shorter one on the clutch side and longer on the brake side as i alway cover the brake with 2 fingers.
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Some advice if you go that route. Be VERY careful on the clutch side. There is a wee spring and a micro switch in there. Its not difficult,just be ready for the spring, not to launch it.

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Sorry, I am working on a 2018 street twin and I am living in USA.

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I’ve gotten the Chinese knockoffs. They’ve worked great. Hate to pull business from companies who make their living designing these products, but I’m a baller on a budget.
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I have blacked out short Pazzo levers on my street twin.
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I have blacked out short Pazzo levers on my street twin.
I have Pazzo's on my T120. I like them but Rizoma's 3D levers fold up to reduce the chance of breakage from a tip over. A useful feature for a spendy set of levers.
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