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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-06-2007, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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ASV Levers, 5 Year warrantee

ASV released them a couple weeks ago and I waited until I put them on my bike to see how the fit was.

These are great!

Any Stunter out there that is going to put levers on thier bike should look into them. With a 5 year unconditional guarantee how can you go wrong!


THe fit on them was great. Easy install and they have a similar look to the CRG levers I had. The adjustablity is almost double of the CRG and Pazzo levers I have used in the past.


You can see just how far they will swing if you hit the ground.



THey even have it laser etched on ther back side of the lever



Any shop that has the ASV dirt bike levers can get these for you. THey have them in long and short to match any type of style.
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ASV is great on dirt bikes, but I didnt know they made them for the street.
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I need a set for shorties...but
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I need a set for shorties...but
Seems a little steep when you can get Pazzos for $160 and CRG for $180.
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Seems a little steep when you can get Pazzos for $160 and CRG for $180.
Pazzos and some MX handguards!
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Seems a little steep when you can get Pazzos for $160 and CRG for $180.

The ASV Levers have a 5 year unconditonal garrantee. If you break it, They will give a new one for free no questions asked. Try that with the CRG and Pazzo levers.
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The picture shows them bending back... the real question is whether they will bend up and down. That's where the real damage occurs.
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The picture shows them bending back... the real question is whether they will bend up and down. That's where the real damage occurs.
their site does state they are unbreakable. But for $250 they best not break nor scratch
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their site does state they are unbreakable. But for $250 they best not break nor scratch
And stop your bike from hitting the pavement...
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Nice, those look good.

I've got ASV's on my CRF450 and they are really nice except the finish tends to rub off somewhat quickly. Maybe the street finish is a little more durable. I have Pazzo's on my Daytona 675 and, for the money, would probably choose those over these...also, the Pazzo's come in more color combos.
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