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Pazzo vs CRG vs HP Levers??

All of these are around the $200 range. Which is better? Or is there a difference? If anyone bought any of these? Why did you pick them and are you happy with your purchase? Would you purchase them again?




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I handled both the Pazzo and CRG levers out of boxes and sat on an S1000RR with the Pazzos. These two seem a toss up for me. Both are really nice. I got black Pazzos with red adjusters...short brake, long clutch.

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I handled both the Pazzo and CRG levers out of boxes and sat on an S1000RR with the Pazzos. These two seem a toss up for me. Both are really nice. I got black Pazzos with red adjusters...short brake, long clutch.

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Are those short versions on both sides?


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Pazzo's long levers. I've had them on 3 bikes and like them a lot. I'm sure there are others as good.

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Are those short versions on both sides?


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Camera lens was a bit wide which made the clutch lever look like a shorty....but it's the long one. Brake is short.

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Have had both. . .prefer the pazzo's - more to do with looks, and a little bit of "feel" difference. Had CRG's on my RC-51 because Pazzos weren't in existence when I got her, then got a set of Pazzo's for the Duc (figured Italian for the Italian - worth a shot) switched the CRG's to Pazzos as soon as they started making them for it. . .

From a performance standpoint - can't go wrong with either, I personally love the shorty brake/ long clutch combo.
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And why did you guys change from the stock? Pure looks? Or is the feel really exist? Or more in your mind?


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80% looks and to get rid of length I never use....which is most of the brake lever and half of the clutch lever.
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I currently have Pazzo, CRG and ASV levers on my bikes. The ASVs are my favorite due to infinite adjustability. They're all good levers, though.

For me, personally, I need them due to the fact you can adjust them. I have MS and sometimes my hands feel like I have bad arthritis. I can adjust the reach for better comfort/control. Plus, they look good.

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