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Pazzo levers for a 1090r/1090rr????

Has anyone installed PAZZO Levers on a 1090R or 1090RR? The information out there is confusing when I google it.
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The problem is that there isn't any good information for 1090RR levers on the customizing section. The Forum sponsers have a few oddball levers, but I don't want to pay $500 for levers. I am hoping someone has replaced the levers and can give me some valuable information.
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If it has to be Pazzo, and I just googled Pazzo Lever, than I'm 99,9% sure that any F4 lever will fit a 1090 Brutale.
The brake / clutch master cylinders and such are all the same at 2010+ MV Agusta's.
And their price tag is not so much cheaper than the competition I guess.
Further if You are leaning towards being cheap why does the OEM lever doesn't do the trick?
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I called the guys at pazzo and they were awesome to deal with. Give'm a shout!
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The problem is that there isn't any good information for 1090RR levers on the customizing section. The Forum sponsers have a few oddball levers, but I don't want to pay $500 for levers. I am hoping someone has replaced the levers and can give me some valuable information.

Hi I normally fit Pazzos to my bikes but I wasn't sure about whether they would fit so I went for CRG on my 1090rr. They look good but they don't work too well especially the clutch.

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I have the same levers on mine as Jasperoodie.
Both look and work great!
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post #8 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-23-2016, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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I ordered Evotech levers through DesignCorse. I will update everyone with the fit.
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-24-2016, 12:49 AM
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My evotech levers showed up today, nice fit and they look great. Easy install, and I like that they are folding. Not as short as the CRG's above, but I like them this way. I've got Pazzo's on other bikes, but these look great on the Brutale.

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Some pics of the Evotech fitted please?


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