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    crg/pazzo levers and rearsets 2000 mille

    as it said in the title......i'm after some crg/pazzo/titan style levers and some aftermarket rearsets for my 2000 rsv.would prefer more of a more natural stainless/titanium colour though i don't mind black either.no gold thanks though....far too bling for my tastes these days!!getting old i think

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    A word of warning don't go for the short clutch levers.

    Brake lever is fine but a few people have recommended keeping the standard length for the clutch lever.

    Happy hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066RSV View Post
    A word of warning don't go for the short clutch levers.

    Brake lever is fine but a few people have recommended keeping the standard length for the clutch lever.

    Happy hunting.
    how come pal....i've always used short ones in the past....is it because of the pretty stiff clutch??

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSVkwackers View Post
    how come pal....i've always used short ones in the past....is it because of the pretty stiff clutch??
    Yes.

    The large majority on here would stick with the standard length and I think I will too as a safe bet,when I order some for mine.

    Unless you have forearms and wrists like JT or ARNIE.

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    Griffs AP rear sets are awesome for the money mate and I'd recommend CRG levers too.





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    the rearsets look sweet.....crgs are great but there's no real difference between them and pazzo's.....i had crgs on my zx6r and pazzo's on my zx10r....to be honest they're almost identical

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    I have short levers and have no problems at all mine are titax not top of the range but they will do fine and griffs rear set are top of the range

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    As AMB said the AP rear sets are sweet, also (shameless I know) but I have a set of ASV short levers in black in stock for 148.00 inc postage if interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tash View Post
    As AMB said the AP rear sets are sweet, also (shameless I know) but I have a set of ASV short levers in black in stock for 148.00 inc postage if interested.
    what are the asv ones like quality wise...ive seen them on mx bikes but not superbikes?

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    Top notch quality mate and they look so much better than Pazzo and CRG, I have got a set on my 2001 Mille.

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    Post up some piccies of your levers mate, free publicity so don't miss out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tash View Post
    Top notch quality mate and they look so much better than Pazzo and CRG, I have got a set on my 2001 Mille.

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    Will take some pics tomorrow and post up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSVkwackers View Post
    what are the asv ones like quality wise...ive seen them on mx bikes but not superbikes?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tash View Post
    Top notch quality mate and they look so much better than Pazzo and CRG, I have got a set on my 2001 Mille.

    and............. they have a 5 year garantee against breakeage

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    I have em from tash - AWESOME

    I also have Aprilia Performance rearsets - the polished ones

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    Always used Pazzo shorties, speak to Ian at Speedycom sure they're about 140.. Not broken on in 2 accidents.
    Clutch takes a little getting used though.

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    got some titax off ebay for 75 second hand long in black....look mint......just waiting for some polished rearsets to become available now.thanks for all your help fellas

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    I got the short ones they are sound had no problems with mine any way

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    Some pictures of the ASV levers not the ones on the bike I will take some of them later in the week.



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