Looks identical to me, at 50% higher pricing. Sweet!
Haha yep, basically identical, with the exception of the breakoff cut.
Personally I would still gladly pay the $60 again over eBay China. Shipping was 2 days. He would replace/refund them if needed, no haggling with someone overseas that speaks broken English. His source has been used/tested on a lot of bikes. He checks every lever that comes through. I see it as getting an affordable lever and paying for the convenience and peace of mind of having them pass through the hands of an experienced rider/racer who has vetted their source. For all I know those eBay ones are the throwaways from the mill lol
6061-T6 aluminum is the same material used in CRG's, also CNC milled.
arguing these are CRG/Pazzo quality, but I gave them a shot and I'm happy I did. Having inspected closely the bushing, M/C push pin assembly, and knowing there are a lot of people using these on the track and street I'm fairly confident in them.
Just sharing my experience with them and why I chose MSM. I also always try to buy from & support local/small businesses so I'm happy to be doing that. That's the only thing that turned me on to them to begin with. I like dealing with actual people.
Maybe next year I'll pony up the cash for some fancy schmansy levers, once I'm at a point where I'm familiar with the bike, what it needs, and where to start spending the big bucks. Maybe MSM will have their super prototype levers on the market then.
Shit,I'm glad after all these years
of riding and racking up miles that I prefer OEM levers.
Im sure Im the minority here,most everyone I see has aftermarket levers of some sort on their bikes.
I've ridden friends bikes that have adjustable CRG's,etc and I can't get comfy even after playing with adjustments.
Mine are staying stock
Haha, well I've never had an issue with OEM levers but these are making it a lot easier to two finger clutch! Never been able to do that comfortably.
Think everyone wants to put their own personal touch on their bike too - levers are an easy place to start. I don't like the looks of the OEM levers much on the gixx.
Usually when it comes to mechanical stuff I stick with OEM.. especially if it's inside the motor