I have a set that look identical manufacturer on a TL1000R , paid about £20 for pair. From memory I changed some bolts as poor quality , and despite internet warnings to the contrary, they have not killed me, yet...
For me the profile is a bit square and uncomfortable, but no real complaints for £20.
I’ve bought pazzo’s for more than a £100 and the cheap ones , get the cheap ones, they are fine. I dropped my lc and the brake lever and renthals took the brunt of it. The renthals bent like chocolate the cheap lever was fine.
Post by markrd250lc on Jan 12, 2021 20:22:00 GMT 1
I had "cheap " levers on my R1 5pw for 3 years and used the front brake hard many times stopping from over 170mph with no issues, i did however change the bolts holding them together to stainless ones, the Evotech levers on my latest R1 5vy faded in colour within 6 months , i have done less than 2000 miles in four years and the bike is garaged, the cheap ones didnt fade. i wouldn't buy expensive ones again in fact my Xmax 300 has cheap levers as well