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TWM GP1 Levers and Remote Adjusters - S1000RRForum Special!

TWM Special Components GP1 Folding and Adjustable Levers at a special price for S1000RR Forum!

Company Background:

TWM SC is an Italian manufacturer who specializes in high quality CNC aluminum and carbon fiber products for motorcycles. TWM is a part of the Marchesini family and that it self can attest to the quality of products which they produce. Used by many top European Race teams.

Special price just for S1000RR Forum members as always!

Will work with your factory quick shifter and cruise control features!

Same exact levers sold under the Alpha Racing and Austin Racing brands.

How much?
- Brake and Clutch Lever Kits are ONLY! $199.95 USD Shipped to USA.
- Clutch Levers are ONLY! $114.95 USD Shipped to USA.
- Quick and affordable shipping options available on international orders.

How long till I receive my product?
- Only 1-3 Business days! (in USA)
- Only 5-8 Business days! (in Canada)
- International delivery varies by location. Usually no more than 10 days.

How do I purchase?
- Order directly from our website www.motomillion.com

Will it fit my S1000RR?
- Fits 2009 to 2017 S1000RR / S1000R
- Fits 2013 to 2013 HP4

Installation:
- Very easy to install. On average install should only take 30 minutes.
- CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE DETAILED HOW-TO INSTALL THESE LEVERS ON YOUR S1000RR in JUST 20 MINUTES


  • CNC Machined form Billet Aluminum
  • Fully Adjustable and Folding (Clutch side uses the factory adjuster)
  • Both levers feature "low drag" ends.
  • Made in Italy
  • High Quality Anodized Finish
  • Available in Standard or Shorty Lenghts (Standard is 204mm - Shorty is 182mm)
  • If you use three fingers or less to brake/clutch, shorties are the way to go. Otherwise standard length is what you want to get.



Both the brake and clutch side lever have a folding outer part with "low drag" ends. It took Brembo millions of dollars on research and development to discover and figure out this phenomena. It all started when MotoGP rider Loris Capirossi was experiencing excessive brake fade at the Misano Straight. The problem was solved by incorporating the holes at the end of the levers which are now reffered to as "low drag" ends.










I guarantee that you will be more than satisfied with the quality of these levers, they are absolutely first class and a work of art!



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TWM Special Components Remote Adjusters at a special price for S1000RRForum members!

Fits TWM Brake levers, Brembo Brembo RCS*, 16x16, 16x18, 19x16, 19x18, 19x20, and Accossato Master Cylinders .

*Aftermarket Brembo RCS units with the screw type adjusters

Available in all 4 colors. Gold - Black - Red - Silver

Only $95.95 USD shipped to anywhere in the USA!

Canadian orders please add $10 for shipping.











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Labor Day Lever Instant Rebate!

Order your levers from today till midnight Monday September 1st, 2014 and receive a $10 refund within 24 hours of your payment!

This makes these superb levers priced at an incredible price even more irresistible.

Use the BUY NOW buttons on the first page to place your orders.

*While quantities last, can not be applied to orders placed prior to today's date!
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Running Brembo master cylinder? Want a short lever for the Brembo RCS and a matching high quality clutch lever? Got those in stock as well!
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Thought I'd post a pic of two with your excellent Remote Adjuster attached to my Brembo RCS19.


BIG THANKS to SlowBoy
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. . . another angle
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