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I was wondering if anyone knows what is different about the pazzo vs. crg levers. Also what do you all prefer long or shorty?
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Re: Levers?

I've got the Pazzo shorties. I've only had 1 chance to try them but they felt pretty good. The long ones have a notch where they're designed to break away in a crash. CRG are a little more money, and I think they're offered with a perpendicular hinge like a GP lever.

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Re: Levers?

hey Phobe, Did you have to readjust your clutch when you put on your pazzo levers?I just put on a set and the it seems to be alittle more grabby when I pull in the clutch to roll the bike...
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Re: Levers?

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hey Phobe, Did you have to readjust your clutch when you put on your pazzo levers?I just put on a set and the it seems to be alittle more grabby when I pull in the clutch to roll the bike...
Actually, the first time I took it out with the Pazzos I had crazy clutchslip. The master wasn't letting go all the way. You have to make sure to lube the little brass drum where the plunger sits. I just used some white lithium grease.

Didn't find it any more grabby though.

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