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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-26-2006, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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Pazzo Levers group buy

Announcing Pazzo Racing Levers Group Buy. It will be available form now for about 4 weeks. If you want one please post here. Pazzo Levers are now have a List price of $184.99 but the Group Buy price is $150 shipped anywhere in the USA including Alaska and Hawaii. Shipping for European customers is set at around $10 US but will be calculated using my website.

The standard color combinations are listed right below. Anything other than that will be considered custom and its $10 more
  • Black levers w/ Black adjuster tabs
  • Black levers w/ Gold adjuster tabs
  • Black levers w/ Red adjuster tabs
  • Black levers w/ Blue adjuster tabs
  • Black levers w/ Silver(unanodized) adjuster tabs
  • Gold levers w black adjuster tabs
  • Red levers w/ Black adjuster tabs
  • Blue levers w/ Black adjuster tabs
  • Silver(unanodized) levers w/ Black adjster tabs




If you want them, post your replies in the following format:

1. Bike Year, Bike Model, Pazzo Levers Color/Adjsuter color, length (short/long)

Or you can go to my website and order them right away. Use coupon code "PazzoBuy" during checkout to receive this forum special Groupbuy pricing.

Next person that wants to be on this list just copy the list from the previous post and yourself at the bottom

I would apreciate if anyone who doesn't like the price keep it to yourself. If you want to get on this Group Buy then you are welcomed. If you have any valid questions or comments (that will not sidetrack this thread) you are welcomed to post otherwise
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post #2 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-27-2006, 09:42 AM
 
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Nice levers.



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Too bad none of them can go on the SV, yet.... I am going to get me some GSXR forks one of these days.

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Too bad none of them can go on the SV, yet.... I am going to get me some GSXR forks one of these days.

hey Trip, I found these, they have a model for the SV and they're even compatible with the Suzuki starter safety switch.

I have tiny hands and need an adjustable clutch lever... the suzuki brake lever works for me, but I'm not comfortable with the stock clutch lever.
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I am planning on getting gsxr forks, so I am not buying anything else for the SV front end.

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If you are thinking of getting levers, I highly recommend Pazzo. I have CRGs on my R1 and Pazzos on my GIXXER. Both are high quality, but the Pazzos have a better feel to them. Personally, I like the "shorty" levers, but either are a great mod.
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If you are thinking of getting levers, I highly recommend Pazzo. I have CRGs on my R1 and Pazzos on my GIXXER. Both are high quality, but the Pazzos have a better feel to them. Personally, I like the "shorty" levers, but either are a great mod.
I have also tried both with no complaints. The click action on the CRG's are smoother IMO, but still a good price.
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Bump. What happened no one is interested?
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I love the look. Just don't have the cheddar right now.



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That's below MAP. As a Pazzo dealer, I strongly suggest you reconsider your post, or limit your price quotes to PM's.
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Manufacturer Approved Pricing. A retailer can sell for less, but can not ADVERTISE that they sell for less. Falcolion is violating his contract with Pazzo by posting that price in an open forum.
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Manufacturer Approved Pricing. A retailer can sell for less, but can not ADVERTISE that they sell for less. Falcolion is violating his contract with Pazzo by posting that price in an open forum.
so no one tell on him, we like cheaper prices

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MoJo already called him out on it, that's why Drewpy was asking about the term.
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MoJo already called him out on it, that's why Drewpy was asking about the term.
What's completely odd about this post is that it is a group buy. Who knows, who cares except the people losing money by this guy posting this.

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Mojo's a dealer also... if they all advertise the same price, maybe someone will by from mojo instead of falcolion... you gotta actually put stuff in your shopping cart to get the lower price on some of these MAP regulated things. And once people jump through that hoop, they usually buy... If falcolion gets reported and in trouble with pazzo... or the thead gets deleted here due to the violation of MAP, Mojo cuts out some competition.
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Mojo's a dealer also... if they all advertise the same price, maybe someone will by from mojo instead of falcolion... you gotta actually put stuff in your shopping cart to get the lower price on some of these MAP regulated things. And once people jump through that hoop, they usually buy... If falcolion gets reported and in trouble with pazzo... or the thead gets deleted here due to the violation of MAP, Mojo cuts out some competition.
I understand economics, but thanks professor.

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I understand economics, but thanks professor.
yeah... kinda went into unnecessary detail.. but I wasn't sure if you remembered Mojo was a dealer too...
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Still I want to know why a dealer is hosting a group buy on his website is what makes this completely odd, it is usually worked out for one large order to be shipped to one consumer and they ship it to everyone. Not the dealer doing it directly off his site and shipping individually. It's not really a group buy, it's just a sale on that product. Probably used that wording of group buy to try to throw other dealers off.

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