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doe's anyone have those on their 3rd gen.

if so, how's the feel and is it worth the price





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I see your from Ontario, I'm from Quebec...

where did you buy them? Does Parts Canada distributing them?
 

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I see your from Ontario, I'm from Quebec...

where did you buy them? Does Parts Canada distributing them?
I got them through a friend who works at a dealership in Michigan USA. I forget the exact price, but they were in the $200 range somewhere, give or take. (I got a bunch of stuff at the same time)
 

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dammit... I hope I'll find them in Canada

if you find a dealership that sell them , tell me

thank you...
 

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Amazing levers! But if I was to buy again i would not buy shorties! The clutch is to stiff after long rides.....look at the moto gp boys....all regular length!
 

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Amazing levers! But if I was to buy again i would not buy shorties! The clutch is to stiff after long rides.....look at the moto gp boys....all regular length!
But they feel so good and have such a quick responce feel. Once you are used to it, its nice. I wouldnt go back.... the full size feels clumsy by comparison.
 

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something to consider.... how do you actuate your clutch? I use my outside fingers and ended up not liking a clutch side shorty. I run a short brake side and long clutch side.
 

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i have pazzos but those look really nice
 

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something to consider.... how do you actuate your clutch? I use my outside fingers and ended up not liking a clutch side shorty. I run a short brake side and long clutch side.
Actualy, I have a mountain bike background and only use the 2 first fingers for clutching and 90% of time only my midle finger to break.

by the way, if somebody knows where I can find them in Canada, it would be nice to tell me :badteeth:

those levers are growing on me :mrgreen:
 

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Dont you mean asv.....

doe's anyone have those on their 3rd gen.

If so, how's the feel and is it worth the price





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you know its asv right.... Just givin ya a hard time. Got them on my 06 and love them
 

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Shorties def take some getting used too, i know it did with my vortex shorties but i love them now!
 

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Actualy, I have a mountain bike background and only use the 2 first fingers for clutching and 90% of time only my midle finger to break.

by the way, if somebody knows where I can find them in Canada, it would be nice to tell me :badteeth:

those levers are growing on me :mrgreen:
something to consider about going short on the clutch side, is being in traffic(where you cant split lanes). its nice being able to hang on to your clutch with four fingers, even then your hand start to get fatigued.
 

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Some of you sally's need to get yourself some hand grippers and build up that forearm stamina, LOL. I've got pazzo shortys and love em, would never go back.
 

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I guess I'm a weird-o but I prefer the full length levers...rocking Titax here.
 
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