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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 06-30-2006, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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Just ordered black on black Pazzo levrs

150, shipped. Don't have a pic, but this is just a reminder to post pics once I get 'em.

I can get that deal for anyone who wants some. Any color combo/length too!
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150, shipped. Don't have a pic, but this is just a reminder to post pics once I get 'em.

I can get that deal for anyone who wants some. Any color combo/length too!
Nice. Can't wait to see pics.



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I got the levers and the sliders covered now. I'm gonna canx the headlight conversion for a while I think. Next up. Some black heel guards I think.
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I got the levers and the sliders covered now. I'm gonna canx the headlight conversion for a while I think. Next up. Some black heel guards I think.
Is the headlight conversion to get both sides to light on low beam?
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Is the headlight conversion to get both sides to light on low beam?
Yup. Low and high on both sides. It's on the back burner now though.
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Sweet!

They shipped 'em today, so I should get 'em sooner than I expected.
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They shipped 'em today, so I should get 'em sooner than I expected.




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Got 'em in and I COULD NOT be happier!! Here's some pics...

The one from the front (middle pic) looks weird because of the clutch lever positioning. I highly recommend rotating your clutch lever down a little bit because it feels more natural. Just be sure that you don't lower it too much that it hits your fairing when fully turned to the left.
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Damn bro those look good.



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Love the black levers on the black bike. And like the snap off cuts!




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Has anyone else ever tried rotating their clutch lever down a little bit? It really does feel so much better.
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Has anyone else ever tried rotating their clutch lever down a little bit? It really does feel so much better.
Yeah I have...it does feel alot better. In fact I could probly rotate a little more.



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Yeah I have...it does feel alot better. In fact I could probly rotate a little more.
Do it up then.
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Do it up then.
True.



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those look sick man, nice mod. now its more stealthy
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Has anyone else ever tried rotating their clutch lever down a little bit? It really does feel so much better.
Always... everybody should setup their bike to their likes... just like a car and its mirrors!




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Always... everybody should setup their bike to their likes... just like a car and its mirrors!
Truth. You gotta be comfortable in the saddle.



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Always... everybody should setup their bike to their likes... just like a car and its mirrors!
I just loved it the first time I did it on my '04. I just wasn't sure how many people knew about doing it.
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Adjusting levers to fit you is a must. Your not going to drive a car and leave the seat un adjusted.
Turning the dial would be the first and most important adjustment for making the leaver fit the length of your fingers and I know some don't know they can do that. Adjusting the leavers for angle Is a simple loosen a couple bolts, adjust and tighten the bolts while turning a dial on most bikes for the in and out adjustments.

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