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Pazzio levers and rg bungs

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Pazzio levers (I really like these) and rg bungs(Supplied by Grab) but the do think they look like toilet roll holders :shock:








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They may look like toilet roll holders, but you know it makes sense to have them. & those bar ends are far too shiney!!! :(

Nice levers. Apart from looking good, what are the benefits?


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def like the pazzo levers :drool :drool :drool

but yes the bungs do look like loo roll holders, although it could come in handy for the summer party :D :D


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8) 8) 3 paddock stand eh :D


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TorqueC1 wrote:8) 8) 3 paddock stand eh :D
there is 4 but ones not in veiw :D

but one is a front stand.

I'd like to put a bench in there to but no more room :(
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twowheeltoad wrote:They may look like toilet roll holders, but you know it makes sense to have them. & those bar ends are far too shiney!!! :(

Nice levers. Apart from looking good, what are the benefits?


Yes Mr Toad Sensible to have em but still bog roll holders :lol:
Bar ends :D
Adjustable cluch lever.
And for me I went for stubbies as I tend to just 1or2 finger brake and clutch and the other levers always seamed to be in the way for me anyway.
They do have a nice feel to them also.
Oh and I think they look good :D


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Not having a rip mate but the R+G's dont look any more obtrusive than your standard indicators.

How's that for an idea, R+G indicators. Oh and that bike is way too mint Pete. :lol:


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8) somewhere to rest ya legs on long runs :D


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hey9r wrote:Adjustable cluch lever.
And for me I went for stubbies as I tend to just 1or2 finger brake and clutch and the other levers always seamed to be in the way for me anyway.
They do have a nice feel to them also.
Oh and I think they look good :D
Ok, ok, so I guess I need some - especially for the adjustable clutch.

Dare I ask how much?


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twowheeltoad wrote:
hey9r wrote:Adjustable cluch lever.
And for me I went for stubbies as I tend to just 1or2 finger brake and clutch and the other levers always seamed to be in the way for me anyway.
They do have a nice feel to them also.
Oh and I think they look good :D
Ok, ok, so I guess I need some - especially for the adjustable clutch.

Dare I ask how much?

£89.0 from the states paul and they sent as gift arrived in 4 days. And the rates are a bit better now m8.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pazzo-Ra ... 1492QQrdZ1


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TorqueC1 wrote:8) somewhere to rest ya legs on long runs :D
Harley 9r style cruising 8)


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