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post #1 of 11 Old 04-25-2015, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Got my chi-comm levers in... $25.00

Got my gold anodized levers in from eBay. $25.00 shipped.

Fit and finish is very good. Installed in less that 10 minutes.

Clutch lever pull is lighter than with the stocker.




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post #2 of 11 Old 04-25-2015, 08:09 PM
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very nice!

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That'll do!

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I've had these cheapies on for more than a minute. Guess I should clean off that gray snot... But I have bigger fish to fry right now. And parts all over the garage and house...

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I have the same ones, love 'em. The color fades pretty quick.. but they still work prefect.

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Chi-Comm

Back in the day a "Chicomm" was one of these.

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I have the same ones, love 'em. The color fades pretty quick.. but they still work prefect.

I have a set of levers on my Super Duke that cost 5 times more... the materials, fit and finish seem nearly identical.

i guess only time will tell regarding the color... its a garage kept bike so it may take a while.

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That'll do!

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I've had these cheapies on for more than a minute. Guess I should clean off that gray snot... But I have bigger fish to fry right now. And parts all over the garage and house...
did you do something special to get the lever that close to the handle grip? i have mine set all the way in and they still stick out much farther

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My bad! The clutch lever has no cable on it in this picture. The cam gives you aboot 3/4" adjustment at the end of the lever.

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Got my gold anodized levers in from eBay. $25.00 shipped.

Fit and finish is very good. Installed in less that 10 minutes.

Clutch lever pull is lighter than with the stocker.



Looks good, can you give a link to ebay item?

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Looks good, can you give a link to ebay item?
hope this link works for you...

Gold CNC Short Brake Clutch Levers for Honda CBR929RR 2000 2001 F29 H626 | eBay

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