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post #1 of 10 Old 11-28-2010, 09:52 PM Thread Starter
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ASV Shorty Levers

I'm looking to try out an ASV shorty lever on the clutch side but scared I wont like it and will be stuck with an expensive shorty, Anybody have a shorty on there XX and do you like it?

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Asv shortys

I would highly recommend them brake and clutch, i have them on my 700 ,450 and 250r and because they are so adjustable it really helps keep your hands its a way better feel. GOOD LUCK
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Just put a set of ASV C5 shorty levers on mine. Love em
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Love mine great feel to them
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Whats so different about them though, is it an easier pull in the clutch lever then or something?
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yes, the feel is somewhat easier, not because of any change in the tension, but because the shorty levers are 1 1/2 inch shorter = less pull to engage/disengage.

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I also have questions about these. Do you lose the parking brake when you use these? Are they for aftermarket handlebars, or do they fit stock?


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post #8 of 10 Old 03-19-2011, 12:59 PM
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if you use the clutch lever you lose parking brake, clutch switch (which im still not sure why its on the 700xx) and it will fit standard or aftermarket bars, i just picked up one today for free actually and will fit it tomorrow i think,

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Here's what mine look like.
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I want to do mine like yours! No parking brake, asv shorties and a twist throttle.
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