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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #70 on: Nov 30, 2022, 06.56 pm
    Nov 30, 2022, 06.56 pm
    I recently installed the Pazzo levers (long set, F-14/T-333P) and am extremely pleased with their performance and feel.  The build quality is awesome, and I've had no issues whatsoever with the stall/clutch. I made certain to verify the gap adjustment of 2-3mm on the clutch assembly as illustrated in the owner's manual.  It was worth the investment!!!

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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #71 on: Nov 30, 2022, 08.45 pm
    Nov 30, 2022, 08.45 pm
    *Originally Posted by TexasTiger [+]
    I recently installed the Pazzo levers (long set, F-14/T-333P) and am extremely pleased with their performance and feel.  The build quality is awesome, and I've had no issues whatsoever with the stall/clutch. I made certain to verify the gap adjustment of 2-3mm on the clutch assembly as illustrated in the owner's manual.  It was worth the investment!!!

    Do you have hanguards?  :084: i am wondering if they will fit

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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #72 on: Nov 30, 2022, 09.52 pm
    Nov 30, 2022, 09.52 pm
    Yes, the long set from Pazzo are essentially the same length as the OEM levers. Handguards do not seem to be a problem with them.

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    Reply #73 on: Nov 30, 2022, 10.43 pm
    Nov 30, 2022, 10.43 pm
    *Originally Posted by TexasTiger [+]
    Yes, the long set from Pazzo are essentially the same length as the OEM levers. Handguards do not seem to be a problem with them.

    Can you post some pictures on how it looks? Thanks

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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #74 on: Dec 02, 2022, 02.48 am
    Dec 02, 2022, 02.48 am
    *Originally Posted by nixoid [+]
    Have you had any slow speed stall issues since putting the Pazzo clutch lever on?

    I didn't until a software update (which knocked out my Bluetooth and heated grips).  They fixed the update and it sorted the stall as well.  I also have hand guards and they fit beautifully.  I'll snap a picture tomorrow.

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    Reply #75 on: Dec 02, 2022, 04.32 am
    Dec 02, 2022, 04.32 am
    *Originally Posted by Arnas-m [+]

    Can you post some pictures on how it looks? Thanks

    I will try to get some pics when I arrive back home this weekend.  I am currently traveling and do not have access to the motorcycle.

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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #76 on: Dec 10, 2022, 07.25 pm
    Dec 10, 2022, 07.25 pm
    *Originally Posted by Arnas-m [+]

    Can you post some pictures on how it looks? Thanks
    My apologies for the delay with pics. The long Pazzo levers easily fit within the OEM handguards.







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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #77 on: Dec 20, 2022, 09.24 pm
    Dec 20, 2022, 09.24 pm
    Horribly late - I've installed the Pazzo levers in their normal sizing (in the fastest colour, of course).  Heaps of space for the handguards and they work fantastically.

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    Re: Alloy levers
    Reply #78 on: Yesterday at 08:39 pm
    Yesterday at 08:39 pm
    So i installed oem triumph levers,clutch lever fits like a glove, but as expected had to do some modification to brake lever to engage brake switch and now it fitts perfect  :028:  A9628053