|July 4th, 2009, 01:13 PM||#16|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Orange County, CA
I have both Pazzo short and ASV long.
I like both but prefer long levers, more comfortable to my hands.
If you have clutch slave installed, than ASV will be a problem. Pazzo use the stock pin/rod which is adjustable in length. ASV use its own pin/rod might not be long enough for 30mm clutch salve.
OK, I have STM 30 mm salve installed with Pazzo shorties, and found uncomfortable. After I switch to ASV long, it is lighter and easy for clutch action. BUT, the hard to find neutral problem came back because the pin/rod isn't long enough. Now, I have to "make" or find a pin/rod that is about 2mm longer for master clutch.
I like ASV more becasue the adjustment isn't limited and you can have anyway you wanted, but Pazzo only offers 5 or 6 pre-set adjustments.
You can find both levers at my photo album.
PS. I did not know these many people have both Pazzo and ASV levers
2008 yellow/tricolore 1098
Last edited by M1st1098; July 4th, 2009 at 01:17 PM.
|July 5th, 2009, 11:56 AM||#17|
No ducatis in the registry
Join Date: Dec 2007
Pazzo's all the way..
All my other rides I've used Pazzo shorties.. So I did the same with my 1098... Wrong. The shortie brake is perfect, but the shortie clutch is to short to be real comfortable. Next time I will go with shortie brake and standard clutch..
My personal for what it's worth, you get as much or more leverage with less effort and better feel. But I also have large hands. XXXL gloves.
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