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post #31 of 42 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 02:52 PM
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I've got a set of black levers from Mad Scientist Moto and like it a lot.
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I have a set of Pazzo silver "long" if anyone wants them... $50 shipped, can go out USPS May 30 when I cross the border next.
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I donít have aftermarket levers on my FJR yet, but Iíve had plenty of sets on my various other bikes over the years. Hands down, the best levers our there for the ultimate In adjustability are ASV. CRG comes in 2nd place; theyíre excellent as well but donít have the adjustability the ASV levers do.

FWIW, there have been some reports of cheap levers not 100% disengaging the front brake, keeping some pressure on the pistons. As a result, guys were boiling their brakes. A few had their front brakes lock up while riding as the brakes overheated.

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Have black Pazzo's that were on my '09 for 5 years and just moved over to my new (to me) 2013... love 'em!
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Pazzo's were not an option for me due to their price. I found the "7 CLICK GP Adjustable Lever Set For Yamaha" from 2wheels.com to make the friction zone easier to control in slow speed maneuvering. I assume this is due to the lever adjustability. I used them on my old FJ-09, then bought them for my FJR and have been very pleased. Also bought a set for my wife's Honda CTX- 700 and she likes them better than stock. I think it was 2 or 3 weeks for delivery from Hong Kong. Impressive packaging.
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I put long Pazzo's on my Triumph years ago and loved them ever since. My new-to-me '15 ES came with Pazzo shorty's... I went on one long ride with them but didn't think I loved them. I decided to try some cheap Pazzo-knockoff longs from Ebay (MZS brand). They're on the bike, but I haven't had a chance to do a long ride with them yet.

Looks wise they are comparable to the Pazzo's, but quality wise they aren't as nice. The cheap ones are floppy up-and-down in the perches on the bike... I don't remember the Pazzo's doing that.

They're a lot cheaper than Pazzo's so I'll ride with them and see what I think.... If I like them but the floppiness annoys me I might upgrade to some Pazzo's.

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I like the short brake lever but realized I prefer a long clutch lever. Unfortunately they only sell matched pairs.

If anybody wants just my short clutch lever, $20 shipped.
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I like the short brake lever but realized I prefer a long clutch lever. Unfortunately they only sell matched pairs.

If anybody wants just my short clutch lever, $20 shipped.
You can buy mixed sets. I had a set of short brake and long clutch levers on my R1 and R6. They were ASV levers.

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I bought a set of the 2wheels ones. They caused clutch slippage, regardless of setting. Threw them in the trash.

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I bought a set of the 2wheels ones. They caused clutch slippage, regardless of setting. Threw them in the trash.
ASV or CRG are the only aftermarket levers I've trusted. I'll not buy anything but them if I decide to go that route on the FJR.

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