Why Pazzo Racing?
Pazzo offers the most model fitments, as well as the largest number of colour choices available to help you customize your ride! Pazzo racing is made up of a team of extremely dedicated motorcycle enthusiasts with attention to detail, from the R&D process thru to the customer support and after sales service. Almost all materials used in the manufacture of Pazzo levers are domestic (North America, USA or Canada). Starting from the 6061-T6 aluminium, the custom made components, the anodizing, the cartons all are Made in USA or Made in Canada. Excluded are the Metric fasteners, they are from Germany. The CNC machines Pazzo uses to manufacture the levers are all Made in USA. They strongly believe in supporting their domestic markets and proudly declare the levers are Canadian/USA made.
How Pazzo started
Combine 25 years of machining experience with two avid motorcyclists and you get a product that is designed to enhance the riding experience while looking good. In business for only 3 years, Pazzo Racing has become one of the world leaders for aftermarket levers. Offering the most models and the largest variety of colours, Pazzo Racing has become the product of choice among racers and street riders alike!
Where is Pazzo Racing located?
Pazzo Racing is located in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. About 30 mins from Vancouver, they are lucky enough to have some of the most scenic riding you could ask for. On the coast of the Pacific ocean and surrounded by mountains the guys at Pazzo Racing couldn't ask for a better place to live and work.
FAQs about Pazzo Levers
I don't know if I should get Long levers or Shorty levers, which is better?
Tough question to answer, as the main factor is personal preference. The long levers are generally 1/2" shorter then your OEM levers, and the shortys are 1 1/4" shorter then the longs. Ask yourself a couple of questions, how do you brake and clutch? Do you use your whole hand or just a couple fingers? Shortys are perfect for two finger braking! Is you clutch lever stiff, or a nice light pull? If it is stiff you might want to consider long levers. Hand size isn't really a factor, as both the short and long levers will have the same better then OEM adjustability.
Where are the levers made?
Pazzo Racing is a Canadian owned and operated company, they manufacture everything in house.
My bike isn't listed, do you make levers for my bike?
That normally means one of two things, Pazzo does not offer levers for your bike, or have not been able to confirm fitment with levers they already produce. Please feel free to e-mail us with any model questions or requests to confirm fitment.
Are spare parts offered instead of having to buy a whole new Pazzo lever?
Yes you can, spare parts are available from your local Distributor. Please contact Motovation Accessories at email@example.com for pricing and availability.
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