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post #1 of 50 Old 07-13-2010, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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good deal on some first rate levers

I found some shorty racing style levers on ebay from china that I would highly reccomend for anyone on a budget. they are most likely pazzo or crg knockoffs (no offence to the manufacturer intended), but are of high quality and the fit and finish are excellent. the best part........$56 shipped. for both. I just got them installed, and damn do they work good!

the only thing that may give some question is they are made from 7075 billet, so they are actually a bit wieghty, even possibly slightly heavier than the stockers. to some that may be an issue, but to me ($56 compared to $200.....you do the math) its a spot on bargain. I dont race, other than the occasional track day a couple times a year, so the function is more important to me at this point than the minor wieght difference. I highly reccomend these leavers to anyone wanting a little more performce at a smoking good deal.

this is the ebay store if anyone is interested:
http://myworld.ebay.com/firedragonbros2009/

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post #2 of 50 Old 07-13-2010, 04:51 PM
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Looks good, I may have to try a set of these

*EDIT* just ordered them, black on black........I can't wait

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Alright man. Nice lookin out. I just ordered a set hope they work out as well as yours did.
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You can get yourself a spare set and still come out ahead.
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These are going to sell like hot cakes
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im going to give them a shot, ive been looking for levers.


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Do you have any pics of them installed? Are there any fitment issues like fitting front fairing when in full lock?
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I was looking at these about a week ago wasn't sure if they were worth it. Thanks for the write up sir. Gonna order mine up tomorrow.
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i only see other bikes for the levers, no zx-10r?

EDIT: nevermind searched for zx10 instead of zx-10r

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got them installed and they fit absolutely perfect. adjustment is amazing. from just out on the fingertips, to almost touching the bars. no faring contact whatsoever. I am tickled green!

here are a few pics installed:

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