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    Pazzo, CRG or Titax?

    I need to upgrade my levers!!!!!!!

    CRG: Love the look and the roller bearing, but can't get blue(they have baby blue).

    http://www.constructorsrg.com/

    Pazzo: They got blue, but no roller bearing. Doesn't metal on metal wear out at some point?

    http://www.pazzoracing.com/

    Titax: I've never seen this style before. I think they look out of the ordinary and cool. They have blue and the roller bearing.

    http://www.italianmotostyles.com

    What do you think? What do you have?

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    hi mate,

    I posted a similar thread a few weeks ago. I couldn't decide between pazzo and CRG

    I'm opting for the CRG ones in the end as i too like the design and the rolle bearing click design on the adjuster.

    Don't let the lack of a bearing on the pazzo's put you off though. When you think about it, how often do you actually adjust the span of the lever. Once its set for you in theory it should never need adjusting again, unless your racing/track daying it up and the brakes start to fade a little.

    Also take a look at the ASV levers. I like the look of the levers but i don't like the roll adjusting wheel. Each to their own but worth a look.

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    Pazzo all the way, original and the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spud monkey View Post
    hi mate,

    I posted a similar thread a few weeks ago. I couldn't decide between pazzo and CRG

    I'm opting for the CRG ones in the end as i too like the design and the rolle bearing click design on the adjuster.

    Don't let the lack of a bearing on the pazzo's put you off though. When you think about it, how often do you actually adjust the span of the lever. Once its set for you in theory it should never need adjusting again, unless your racing/track daying it up and the brakes start to fade a little.

    Also take a look at the ASV levers. I like the look of the levers but i don't like the roll adjusting wheel. Each to their own but worth a look.
    I really like the roller bearing feature on the CRG's, they only think I don't like is the lack of color options, which Pazzo has.

    Titax has both roller bearing and color options in both fixed or folding levers. At this point I'm thinking Titax would give me the best of both worlds + they look pretty mean I think.

    ASV's don't do it for me at all. That wheel thing + limited color option + looks like a moto cross lever all the way.....

    Thank you for your feedback.

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    I have since this week the short Titax levers.

    Love them.

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    Are you are to load some pictures?

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    titax for me but i have used all of them and they are all excellent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed3C View Post
    I really like the roller bearing feature on the CRG's, they only think I don't like is the lack of color options, which Pazzo has.

    Titax has both roller bearing and color options in both fixed or folding levers. At this point I'm thinking Titax would give me the best of both worlds + they look pretty mean I think.

    ASV's don't do it for me at all. That wheel thing + limited color option + looks like a moto cross lever all the way.....

    Thank you for your feedback.
    Welcome to the Zone

    Have we met B4?


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    the new ones:


    Old vs new:



    And mounted:




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    I have titax short ones had no problems at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066RSV View Post
    Welcome to the Zone

    Have we met B4?

    I've never been to Sussex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed3C View Post
    I've never been to Sussex.
    Do you not have any other aliasses then.



    HMMMMMM

    or are you GENUINE

    lots of false bogusses names cropping up lately on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066RSV View Post
    Do you not have any other aliasses then.



    HMMMMMM

    or are you GENUINE

    lots of false bogusses names cropping up lately on here.
    No not me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belgian Dude View Post


    the new ones:


    Old vs new:



    And mounted:



    Those look awesome. I think I'm sold.

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    I found the North American Distributor.

    www.italianmotostyles.com

    Anyone interested in asking them for a group buy?

    http://italianmotostyles.com/CANADA/...OLD_hi-res.jpg

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    Baby Twin
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    Titax Group Buy

    I spoke to the Titax distributor. He's running a group buy with a delivery date of early Feb. $180 for the short and long model (reg. $219.99) and $240.00 for the folding levers (reg. $299.99).

    E-mail them directly if interested. www.italianmotostyles.com

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