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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 04-08-2007, 04:33 AM Thread Starter
 
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Pazzo Levers Group Buy - Round 3

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

Announcing Pazzo Racing Levers Group Buy (for the season). It will be available from now until the end of May. 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 available for almost all 2007 models of Japanese bikes as well as Ducati 748/996/998/749/999/1098, Monsters, ST3/4, Super Sport 750/800/900/1000, Multistrada and new Ducati Classics and Aprilia RSV (2004-2007), Mille (2001-2003), Tuono (2003-2007), Falco and Caponord, SV 650 (1999-2006), DL650 V-Strom (2004-2007) and Katana 600/750 (1998-2006), Kawasaki Z750 and Z100, Yamaha FZ6 and FZ1 and many more. Please visit my website for more detailed list of applications. 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. (Make sure to select "Full Sets"
3. Select your length and color combination. If you want custom color combo please select it and then enter your desired combination in the comments field provided.
4. Levers' length can be mixed for no additional charge. Select one of the standard length and then specify in the comments (last step of the checkout)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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Just want to pop in and say THESE LEVERS ARE AMAZING!!!!!! YOU HAVE TO GET SOME, i mean look at how cool they look not to mention functional!!


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I gots the same ones.



Love 'em.
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I gots the same ones.



Love 'em.
DL did you go with the Shorties or the normal ones? I can't decide which ones I want...
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None for my bike!
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None for my bike!
get a new bike!
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get a new bike!
Not everyone can afford a new bike! But I would love to get my hands on some!
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Not everyone can afford a new bike! But I would love to get my hands on some!
I was just giving OSP some ****...
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my levers are fine, why are these so much better?
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my levers are fine, why are these so much better?
look better... lighter... easier to adjust... notched so they'll break off in a fall and you'll still have enough to ride home with...


but mostly looks...
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I was just giving OSP some ****...
Which is funny because usually YOU are the one about not having the part available for your bike...
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Which is funny because usually YOU are the one about not having the part available for your bike...
Yeah... maybe I need a new bike


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Sickest levers out there. Don't worry OSP...I can't get them either.



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Sickest levers out there. Don't worry OSP...I can't get them either.
I wonder if ones for another bike might fit?
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I wonder if ones for another bike might fit?
I wonder if you swapped the levers from an old ZX6 would the fit on your bike? though that's a lot of work for just some Pazzo Levers
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I wonder if you swapped the levers from an old ZX6 would the fit on your bike? though that's a lot of work for just some Pazzo Levers
Yeah really...
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So they have levers for the Z750 but not the Z750s? Is there a difference?
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Shouldn't be. All the levers are the same only the perch is different which I bet wouldnt be that hard to ghetto rig it and not be noticible.


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Yeah... maybe I need a new bike


Don't worry, there's nothing for my bike either
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Don't worry, there's nothing for my bike either
actually they do offer them for my bike... in it's sister form... the 02ZX6r...


but usually they don't... seems like 04+... damn it
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