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just thought i would throw this out there.

i just installed the pazzo shorties on my bike in about 15 minutes and experienced no trouble except getting the actuating pin back into the dust boot(minor).

took it for a test ride and i think i will love 'em. although my first impression is that i may have wanted a standard length for the clutch...
 

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just thought i would throw this out there.

i just installed the pazzo shorties on my bike in about 15 minutes and experienced no trouble except getting the actuating pin back into the dust boot(minor).

took it for a test ride and i think i will love 'em. although my first impression is that i may have wanted a standard length for the clutch...
I know what you mean.
I have the same one.
The end of the lever (round end) seem to be between two fingers.
However if you want to use the long one, you will have to remove the hand guard.
Next winter I'm thinking to machine the extra material away so my third finger fell better.
 

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Put on a new clutch slave cylinder and it will reduce clutch pull by 30%. What's another $150...........right?

I love my Pazzos too!

Out!
 

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FWIW I had Pazzos on quite a few of my bikes but since my used hyper came with ASVs I thought I would give them a try.
I wasn't too sure at first as they seemed atad on the fat side, but now I think I might like them better than Pazzos. YMWV...
 

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levers

Been looking at Pazzo's (and others) since a garage tip-over (don't trust the wife to move the Hyper for you!!)

Don't have the $$ right now for aftermarkets...

Does anyone want to sell their stock clutch lever??? (or both)

PM me.

Been riding with the "shorty" wifey modified clutch lever and the effort is significantly greater.. Definitely going with the standard length aftermarket levers when the time comes.

thx.
 

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after a few mile with the shorties, i am a fan of them--both sides. i had a garage tip over a snapped one of the hanguards (ziptie workred for a while) and decided to take them off. i didn't like the look at first, but i guess whenever you shed a not-so-necessary part you get used to it and now i prefer it....as well as the symmetric look of both shorties.

makes me want to upgrade the handlebars. anyone found anything interesting? rizoma bars and fluid reservoirs are a thought...
 

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I put 999/749 style resivoirs with pro taper evo bars..... looks better than any of the dressedd up film canisters that I have seen.
 
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