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Nikofab
11-28-2017, 10:59 PM
Hi All,

Just had my first track weekend on the new RSV4. Learned a lot...especially that I need shorty levers (brake in particular).

I'm looking at the CRG Carbon Fiber levers, and I'm wondering does anybody have experience with these?

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Cheers and thanks,
Nick

magzx12r
11-28-2017, 11:40 PM
I had them on my Duc 1299. They worked well.

Sonny112
11-29-2017, 08:08 AM
I have them on my Ducati, love them.

Great touch to the lever. It feels more natural and it’s edge more smooth than ASV levers I have on my RSV4. They also feel subjectively lighter in braking and give great feedback, I think better than the ASV. They’re less durable though in the event of an off. The ASV levers that came on my salvage seem like they’ve lived a hard life but are still in great shape; they’re very durable. I’m also not a huge fan of the large CRG logo on the lever, I wish it were more subtle, but that’s a nitpick. Functionally the CRG are great.

Racer X
11-29-2017, 10:19 AM
Hi All,

Just had my first track weekend on the new RSV4. Learned a lot...especially that I need shorty levers (brake in particular).

I'm looking at the CRG Carbon Fiber levers, and I'm wondering does anybody have experience with these?

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Cheers and thanks,
Nick

Why the need for shorties over reg length?

C/f levers are awesome for the pimp factor alone lol


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