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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-07-2006, 09:55 AM Thread Starter
 
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Installed my Pazzo shorty levers(Pics)

Finally ordered my shorty Pazzo's and had a chance to put them on yesterday...here are some quick pics, don't mind the bike being so damn dirty....












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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-07-2006, 09:58 AM
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Looks good except a couple of your pics are crap...

Where did you get those levers and what did they set you back?
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NICE!!

I have always loved that mod!




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Looks good except a couple of your pics are crap...

Where did you get those levers and what did they set you back?
thanks but if you read my post it said "a couple quick pics"...i wasn't exactly at a photoshoot...

Got the levers at MotoMummy.com, all prices are there

Thanks for the kind words to all
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How do you like the shorty levers vs the stock ones? Any benefit? More comfy?



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to be honest with you i haven't had a chance to ride with them yet...but i'm a 2 finger clutch and brake guys so i'm sure i will love em...from just sitting on the bike they feel awesome!
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Suggestion: Rotate your clutch perch down a little on your clip-on. It feels so much better. Just make sure, when turned to the left, the lever won't hit the fairings. It just feels more natural reaching for the clutch lever that way.

BTW. I have some on my bike and I can get them for 150, shipped.
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Suggestion: Rotate your clutch perch down a little on your clip-on. It feels so much better. Just make sure, when turned to the left, the lever won't hit the fairings. It just feels more natural reaching for the clutch lever that way.

BTW. I have some on my bike and I can get them for 150, shipped.
Great suggestion. I do it like that too. Makes a big difference. I also use 2 finger jones on the levers.



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Great suggestion. I do it like that too. Makes a big difference. I also use 2 finger jones on the levers.
Four on clutch, two on brakes for me.
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Four on clutch, two on brakes for me.
2 all around. I can shift faster with two fingers. That the 2 between the lever and the bar stop it from coming in all the way. Just far enough to engage the clutch.



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2 all around. I can shift faster with two fingers. That the 2 between the lever and the bar stop it from coming in all the way. Just far enough to engage the clutch.
That's what I didn't like about the two on the clutch. My shifts are smoother with four.
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That's what I didn't like about the two on the clutch. My shifts are smoother with four.
I'm the opposite. I'd get too much throttle before the clutch lever was out far enough and I'd over rev...and often...even on my heavy ass 92...the front end would get lofty.

It took me a while to be able to start from a stop with 2 fingers. I stalled a few times.



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I was a two finger guy for a while. I'd release the clutch too early at times, while trying to shift fast. I use the four and bring it to the clip-on, and by that time the shift is done and I'm gassing it again. Real smooth.
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I was a two finger guy for a while. I'd release the clutch too early at times, while trying to shift fast. I use the four and bring it to the clip-on, and by that time the shift is done and I'm gassing it again. Real smooth.




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Yeah I'm like Dlit... plus on the BD the clutch pull is INSANE stiff! I wish it ran a hydrolic clutch!




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I contacted Pazzo directly. They don't make any that will fit my bike.



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I contacted Pazzo directly. They don't make any that will fit my bike.
You told them to get on it, right?
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You told them to get on it, right?
No...I wouldn't have bought them any way. She's gonna be shown the door in the next few months.



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No...I wouldn't have bought them any way. She's gonna be shown the door in the next few months.
Very well then.
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