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So I was looking into Shorty levers. And I came across ASV Levers. They have around a 5 year Warranty. Plus they look pretty sick. But are a bit pricey.

So any other brands that people Like/have
 

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I got some cheap ebay knock offs, but went back to stock. I saw too many horror stories that made me scared to put the chinese ones on. Some people have used them with no problems, but its not worth the risk IMO.
 

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I have the2wheels levers, and have no issues with them. I didn't go into the purchase with too much hope as they were a fraction of the price of Pazzo or ASV, but I've seen good reviews and like I said, have been very impressed with them. The finish has been great, no fading/chipping. The fit was spot on as well. GL
 

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This is the thread where, a couple years back, like half the forum laid down some lunch money to buy the Chinese levers (thetwowheels), myself included.

However, they fit really loose on my '08 so this year I hope to trade up to some ASV's.
 

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Pazzo shorty on the clutch side, brembo shorty fold up on the brake side.
 

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i got the asv shorty's , i'll admit it took a bit to get used to them over stock but was worth it for the look of them and also the quality, just one more custom thing to do to make it stand out :hump6
 

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I bought a set of knock offs on eBay and on my 08 they were a little loose...I took the hardware apart and a little locktite and snugged them down and they are great...no problems what so ever...I would love a set of pazzos but can't bring myself to spend that much on a set of levees
 

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If you are interested, I sell levers, the same ones I have been using for the past 5 years while racing. They are made overseas and assembled here in the USA by me. They look nearly identical to Pazzo levers.
 

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The Pazzo aren't badly priced. Its either Pazzo or ASV. Ill post up pics once i buy and install them.(probs about next week)
 

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I bought Ride It adjustable and folding levers off ebay, and so far they seem well made. Not loose at all, the fitment is perfect. And I think they look great!!!

 
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