Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States.
Let me know how you like those ASV's, I was tinkering with the thought.
I got my used 450F with ASV levers and they're great. I've had little wrecks like lowsiding in corners all the way to having hitting my right side bars against a tree right across the brake lever, that one resulted in a broken toe lol. So far the levers are indeed unbrakeable. I like my shorty brake lever, the clutch lever is full length and i thought that was retarded at first, but I've lowsided on th clutch side and had the clutch lever dig into the dirt and squeze against the bars keeping the engine running so thats actually been nice.
I think Sunline and Renthal also have new levers that bend like the ASV levers, but will actually rotate vertically so you don't even need to keep your perches a little loose. You can tighten down the perches and the levers will rotate in any direction to keep from braking.
2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
-Metzler M3's, Shogun cut frame sliders, Goodridge steel braided brake lines, Pazo shorty gold brake and clutch levers, clear alternatives brake and turn signals
2007 Kawasaki KX450F
-Full Pro Circuit Suspenion and Shock Linkage, ASV Pro Clutch and Brake Levers