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my asv c/5 shorties just came in.. in a few days i'm dropping my bike off to have my tank replaced. anyway.. is taking off/installing levers as easy as it looks? or since i'm bringing the bike in to get work done just have them swap 'um?:confused:
 

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couldn't of been any simplier? less then 10 mins to change out the levers! starting to think maybe i should of went with a long lever for the clutch? o'well it is what it is?
 

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Big fan of the shortys. I've had Pazzo and CRG. Same feel different looks. Loved them both. Running RCS shortys now.

Levers are a simple install.. If they do it for free go for it. If not.. Do it yourself. If you know how to use a door knob you can install the AVS..

Not sure how it came about but I use two fingers for the clutch and one for the front brake which is why I went RCS. I just can't get used to two finger braking so I needed more power with the RCS.

By and by. RCS master cylinders ROCK!! Def worth the cost when you are ready.
 
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