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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-21-2006, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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Pazzo Levers Group Buy - Round two

After having a great turn out for the previous Group buy I am re-opening another Group buy for the Holidays

Announcing Pazzo Racing Levers Group Buy (for the holidays). It will be available from now until the end of the year. Just order directly from my website. Pazzo Levers now have a List price of $184.99 but the Group Buy price is MUCH lower ($10 less than my already low price) and includes shipping anywhere in the USA including Alaska and Hawaii. Shipping for European customers is set at around $12-15 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

Pazzo levers are now availabel for Ducati 749/999 (2003-2006) and Aprilia RSV (2004-2006), SV 650 (1999-2006), DL650 V-Strom (2004-2006) and Katana 600/750 (1998-2006). I was also informed that earlier Katana (1989-1985) should work fine but please confirm it yourself. In other words if you know that levers from the later Katana fit without mods earlie ones than its Ok


If you want them, please do the following:

1. Go to my website (click on the picture)


2. Select your bike manufacturer, you bike model and year.
3. Select your length and color combination. If you want custom color combo please selct it and then enter your desired combination in the comments field provided at the last step of a checkout.
4. Levers' length can be mixed for no additional charge. Again select one of the standard length and then specify in the comments your length combination.
5. During checkout enter "PazzoBuy" into a coupon area and press "GO". Your price will drop $10 more

I would apreciate if anyone who doesn't like the price keep it to yourself. Besides its rude towards me and other members as well. 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 because we are always open to great suggestion. If you cannot say anything good than just PazzoBuy
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post #2 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 01:21 AM
 
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man those look sick and i want them for my bike bad

but whats the deal? why are they and rearsets typically so expensive? Im not trying to be rude or anything like im just wondering...they are just levers you no? whats special about these besides the fact that they look sick? Im just lookin for some info you no?

Thanks man and good luck, if i got some xmas $ left over you can count me in
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man those look sick and i want them for my bike bad

but whats the deal? why are they and rearsets typically so expensive? Im not trying to be rude or anything like im just wondering...they are just levers you no? whats special about these besides the fact that they look sick? Im just lookin for some info you no?

Thanks man and good luck, if i got some xmas $ left over you can count me in

No offense here. The cost is made up of time and effort it takes to produce these levers. The material itself is not cheap. The you have got to add price for annodizing, and assembly. Since factory has to turn profut they sell it to someone like me - supplier. If you would know the cost and what is involved of getting them made and then sold you would not think they are expensive. Look at it this way. An original lever for Ducati is $105-$110 dollars just for one lever. For any Japanese bikes its about $50 for one. So considering how much better these levers are they actually come out as a bargain.
I know how good these levers are since I have them on my track bike and adjustment range is much larger than any stock levers. Besides most stock clutch levers don't even have any adjustments

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post #4 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 04:47 AM
 
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These are just sick sick levers. I've contacted Pazzo directly and unfortunately they dont make them for my rig.



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post #5 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 06:52 AM
 
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These are just sick sick levers. I've contacted Pazzo directly and unfortunately they dont make them for my rig.
The person who makes them were born after your bike came out
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The person who makes them were born after your bike came out
I wouldn't be surprised.



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post #7 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-26-2006, 03:56 PM
 
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The alternative if they do not make levers for your bike is to swap out the perch to something that will fit onto your clipon that they make pazzos for.
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The alternative if they do not make levers for your bike is to swap out the perch to something that will fit onto your clipon that they make pazzos for.
Truth.



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Good buy... Can't find a cheaper price online...

Now I have to convince myself these "levers" are worth 150$



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Get before and after pics of them on a bike and you will have found your proof!




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Get before and after pics of them on a bike and you will have found your proof!
Seriously. Shouldn't take much convincing if you look at them.



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These are not just bling but also very useful. In the closest position these levers are much closer to handlebars and in top position farther away. So these levers allow much better comfort for people with extremely small hands and extremely large hands. Besides they feel much sturdier and look great. Also clutch levers becomes adjustable on all bikes even when your originals are non-adjustable most of the time
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These are not just bling but also very useful. In the closest position these levers are much closer to handlebars and in top position farther away. So these levers allow much better comfort for people with extremely small hands and extremely large hands. Besides they feel much sturdier and look great. Also clutch levers becomes adjustable on all bikes even when your originals are non-adjustable most of the time
I'd love to get my brake lever just a little closer. It's on the closest position too.



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I'd love to get my brake lever just a little closer. It's on the closest position too.

Your stock levers only have 4 position adjuster and Pazzo have 6 adjustment levels
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Pazzos are sweet!

I have them on both of my bikes!!!

http://streetbikereview.com/sbr_revi...o_levers.shtml
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Your stock levers only have 4 position adjuster and Pazzo have 6 adjustment levels
Right.



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Just a bump reminder. I will be extending the group buy for a while since Pazzo Racing is coming up with a few more fitments. In early January azzo levers will be finally available for Ducati 748/996/998, most Ducati SuperSport bikes 800-1000cc, Monster S4/S4R and ST4. These levers will also be availble for Aprilia Mille, Falco and Tuono. Shortly after that new FZ6 will also be added to the list. I personally gor them on my track Triumph Daytona 600 and love them. Cannot wait to get them for my Aprilia Falco. If you forgot wat to do look at the 1st post
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Just a bump reminder. I will be extending the group buy for a while since Pazzo Racing is coming up with a few more fitments. In early January azzo levers will be finally available for Ducati 748/996/998, most Ducati SuperSport bikes 800-1000cc, Monster S4/S4R and ST4. These levers will also be availble for Aprilia Mille, Falco and Tuono. Shortly after that new FZ6 will also be added to the list. I personally gor them on my track Triumph Daytona 600 and love them. Cannot wait to get them for my Aprilia Falco. If you forgot wat to do look at the 1st post
Is the 1992 GSXR 750 on that list?



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bump.



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Marco,

Thanks for the bump. Good news. Now available for all Buell XB9 and XB12 (all flavors)
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