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We did the rearsets review and have been asked to give the facts about the different levers we sell.

First off pazzo's, crg, and cnr are all very similar. Pazzo's don't use a bearing in them for adjustment which doesn't make the adjuster as smooth to adjust them. So why did pazzo do this? They realized that doing that adds to cost and isn't needed. Sure the pazzo's are a bit more notchy when adjusting, but most people don't adjust their adjusters everyday so why must it be smooth? Pazzo and ourselves have personally adjusted a lever well over 1000 times and the adjuster shows no sign of wear at all. You won't find any threads about the adjuster wearing out on forums because they don't.

CRG has silver perches where CNR and Pazzo both use black perches. This is a personal opinion on what you want. The CRG's also have indents on the levers where Pazzo's have entire holes through the lever. Pazzo did this because they don't want dirt, grime, or water collecting in those indents.

The other difference is in the anodizing. CRG and CNR have solid colors where pazzo machines in an effect that when hit by sunlight in the right direction you will see a "zebra" effect appear. This is also a personal opinion as some like it and some do not.

All of these levers have 8 adjustments that adjust in the range where most people want them. Now ASV levers are the most adjustable we have ever seen as they adjust in mm increments and have over 100 adjustments. The ASV levers you can actually adjust to where they nearly touch the bar which make them non functional to having the lever out so far you can barley grab it. ASV levers also come with a full 5 year warranty even if you crash it. If they break you get a new lever if it's within 5 years of buying them. This warranty though is marked into the price as they are a good bit more money then the other levers out there.

CRG come in 3 colors along with ASV levers, CNR comes in a few more colors, and Pazzo's come in dozens and dozens of different color combinations.

Pazzo also will do work on a lever if you buy it through an authorized dealer. You send your lever in to the distributor and they will replace damaged parts on it for you. You just pay shipping both ways and for the parts you need replaced. Other levers require you to buy a new lever (except ASV).

If you have any other questions post up. I don't think this write up needs pics as they are all over the place.
 

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most levers don't fade that bad in the sun, but anything anodized does have the possibility of fading. We have only had one customer in the last few years complain about that with pazzo's, but in all honesty it's rare for crg and other brands as well.
 

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so i guess it's asv, 5 year bumber to bumber warranty, that should pay for itself ( if you race )
nice write
thanks for the info
 

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Well stock levers flex a little bit, where aftermarket levers are a lot more sturdy. The main differnence though is the fact that you can adjust these to move them closer to the bar or further away. All aftermarket levers allow this. This allows you to put the levers where they are the most comfortable for you. They also look great if you want your bike to look good on the street.
 

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I picked up my pazzo's from you also corey and the still lock and perform great. Ill soon be looking to pick up another set from you for the wifes bike.
 

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motomummy said:
Well stock levers flex a little bit, where aftermarket levers are a lot more sturdy. The main differnence though is the fact that you can adjust these to move them closer to the bar or further away. All aftermarket levers allow this. This allows you to put the levers where they are the most comfortable for you. They also look great if you want your bike to look good on the street.
ahhh, cheers corey
 

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Why would you want a non adjustable set? just put them where you want them and don't adjust them then
 

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Why would you want a non adjustable set? just put them where you want them and don't adjust them then
Because I leave them set on 6 and they would be less expensive and more solid if they were non adjustable. Plus most guys fail to realize how important it is to have the clutch lever set on 6 and not any lower.
 

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i dont know...my crgs are pretty solid...

corey do you happen to sell just a perch for the clutch lever on my 04 r1...I heard that you can replace them to swap to another bike...
 

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With pazzo's you can send them to the distributor and they can swap them out for you. I don't know about crg's though.
 
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