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    New Levers

    I bought some new shorty clutch and brake levers in titanium and they look the dogs nads. I'm not one to go cooing over bits of metal but I can't help but be impressed with them.

    I ordered them from MCMoto based in Hong Kong, but before anyone turns snob I spent quite a bit of time checking the company out and the reports from a lot of others who have dealt with them previously. Alright they are not Titax or any other make which would cost triple figures but they look very much three figures despite costing less than 40 for the pair.

    I've had them on a little while now and they perform as well if not better than I expected. If anyone wants I can always upload some images so you can see for yourselves how they look.

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    Hi m8 don't worry i'll not slag you for havin brains lol a few people on here have been saving the pennies on these levers me included check out the top post on page 4 you must of missed it .......enjoy

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    Not wrong I missed it, just a little keen I guess. They are worth an additional rave though.

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    Your bang on my pal paid over a ton for a set of titax jobbies and when he seen mine was not a happy bunny lol....

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    Can you pop up a pic please?

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    they are the doggs ive got some my mate bought one leaver and it cost him80 squid and when he saw mine propper tity on!! ha

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    I'm looking at getting some shortys for mine - some pics would be great to help me choose...

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    i just bought a pair after reading this thread (and the one a few pages further on).

    look on ebay under the following sellers names:

    mfactory (the guys i got from)
    mcmotoparts
    mlabel.parts
    bike-z
    motomarts
    partsgp-888

    they all look pretty good.

    i got the shorty style, black levers with red adjusters.

    hope this helps your choice

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    yep shorties black with red adjusters very good brake is ace clutch lever takes a bit of getting used to needed a bit of filing to get them to fit where it sits in the holder but after all is good

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    I just got some of those in the mail 3 days ago. They look awesome, and they came with free grips.

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    Hi lads if you go to partsgp 888 these ones don't need fileing and fit straight on jobs a good un ,oh and i would love to put some pics up but im a bit computer illiterate the last time i wanted to upload someone done it for me lol....

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    They only list 40-onwards Is there a difference between the 04's and the 03's?

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    Ithink there might be m8 if you try and find out if the mastercylinder is the same on both models aprilia parts would be the best place to look just compare them...

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