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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-24-2008, 02:18 PM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket Levers for F4 1000S

Hi guys,

This is my first post so please be gentle if this has already been beaten to death.

Who makes aftermarket brake and clutch levers for my 06 F1000S (Non radial brakes)? CRG are still not in stock yet?? I can't find anyone else that makes them?

Also what about aftermarket rear set's? I know there are many companies that make them for the F1000. Who's is the most popular? best bang for the buck?

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Hi mate and a very warm welcome to the forum!

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Welcome aboard. CRG is now making them. I think there are a pair on ebay.

I lake the Sato rear sets. Very shiney, very grippy.

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Welcome aboard. CRG is now making them. I think there are a pair on ebay.

I lake the Sato rear sets. Very shiney, very grippy.

CAG

I have the Sato for my Honda RC51, awesome rearsets. Ive tried the woodcrafts, vortex, gilles, etc. Sato is the best of them all. A very good friend has the Rizoma rearsets on his CBR1000RR and they are super nice as well, but have not tried them myself.

I also have the CRG shorty levers for my RC51, another super product.

I plan on the CRG's for the F4 very soon....
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Thanks for your advice!! I will go with the CRG and Sato, they are both on EBAY like CAG said!

Thanks for your help!!

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I'm using the Gilles Tooling rearsets. Great, unless you want race pattern gear change and then it's either modify the rearsets or modify the fairing as in race pattern you need to cut a hole in the fairing to prevent the linkages fowling the fairing (pics posted in emmevi 125s album).
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FYI:

I was getting ready to order the CRG Levers on EBAY. I asked them if they actuall had them in stock for imediate shipment and this was their reply:

Hi Richard,

I'm glad you emailed me! We shouldn't have that listing activated yet! CRG will not have those levers available until March (hopefully) We do stock the CRG levers but if we do have what a customer is requesting we add the levers to our next order and have them shipped to us.

Sorry for the mix-up and thank you again for contacting us. If you have any other questions just let me know.

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That's good to know.
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FYI:

I was getting ready to order the CRG Levers on EBAY. I asked them if they actuall had them in stock for imediate shipment and this was their reply:

Hi Richard,

I'm glad you emailed me! We shouldn't have that listing activated yet! CRG will not have those levers available until March (hopefully) We do stock the CRG levers but if we do have what a customer is requesting we add the levers to our next order and have them shipped to us.

Sorry for the mix-up and thank you again for contacting us. If you have any other questions just let me know.

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That is good to know. CRG makes some nice levers. This time or year, so many racers are out-fitting bikes for 08', I think they get backed up.

Welcome.
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FYI:

I was getting ready to order the CRG Levers on EBAY. I asked them if they actuall had them in stock for imediate shipment and this was their reply:

Hi Richard,

I'm glad you emailed me! We shouldn't have that listing activated yet! CRG will not have those levers available until March (hopefully) We do stock the CRG levers but if we do have what a customer is requesting we add the levers to our next order and have them shipped to us.

Sorry for the mix-up and thank you again for contacting us. If you have any other questions just let me know.

AJ
So does that mean we would have to order them before they will carry them??

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