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Anyone seen any yet or have them? Pictures?
 

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When I contacted Pazzo racing, they informed me that shorty levers for the R3 wouldn't be produced anytime soon due to the large number of other projects they have on hand. I ended up getting a set from the ebay seller linked above.
 

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If stubby levers are the same as shorty then http://www.ebay.com/itm/Adjustable-Folding-brake-clutch-levers-for-YAMAHA-YZF-R25-2014-2015-/281460273875 should work. Another member directed me to them and mine should be here in a few days.
I ended up getting a set from the ebay seller linked above.
I bought a set of these from this seller a few months back. The first set I got were incorrect and were missing the down turned portions on the perch which activate the switches, Im still waiting for the proper perches to come in. He ships stuff surface mail so it takes FOREVER
 

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Thanks guys. Looks like it's off to Ebay for me.
 

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Expect to be installing mine tonight as long as usps or my apartment office drops it off at my door. I'll post some pics before and after
 

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I got mine last week. I can't tell, but it seems to feel sort of... cheap.

I should also mention that this is my first bike and my first set of aftermarket levers, so I really have no way to gauge the quality of it. I guess I could compare to the factory levers once they're removed.

Planning to do a bunch of installations this weekend.
 

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First bike as well. So that means first after market levers.

Titanium lever and slider. Red adjuster. Feels OK and I like the weight (I guess? Nothing to compare it to really) I like them more than stock ones.

I can see how they may feel a bit cheap. But they are definitely metal. They were inexpensive enough that if eventually a cooler set can me along I'd change em out. Hope to install tomorrow after work.
 

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Okay, I tried to install the ebay levers last night. They don't have the little forward "stop" like the factory ones do, that prevent the levers from going forward too much.

If anyone has been able to find a fix or solution for this, I'd love to get some advice or help. If not, I'll contact the seller and let him know it doesn't fit properly.
 

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Interesting. I hope someone chimes in because I was looking to put these on tonight.
 

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I also emailed Pazzo and got the same reply, they wont have any for the R3 anytime soon.

Has anyone received a set from Halfox on Ebay that were correct?

I ordered a set months ago from him... first set would mount but were missing the down turned portions that activate the switches. Im still waiting for the proper perches to come in. He sends stuff surface mail so it takes forever in transit.
 

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I also emailed Pazzo and got the same reply, they wont have any for the R3 anytime soon.

Has anyone received a set from Halfox on Ebay that were correct?

I ordered a set months ago from him... first set would mount but were missing the down turned portions that activate the switches. Im still waiting for the proper perches to come in. He sends stuff surface mail so it takes forever in transit.
I've reached out to halfox on ebay, he's asked me to provide side-by-side comparisons with the factory levers so he can see the differences. If anyone has a moment to help snap the pictures and upload to imgur, it would be greatly appreciated. I won't get to see my bike until Thursday at the earliest..

Here's their email response:

Hello friend,i am sorry to hear it ,would you Please tell what is the problem and upload the compared pictures to http://imgur.com/, send pictures link to us,so that we can check and will help you to solve the problem,thanks.
 

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I am also in the same boat. I haven't tried to see if the clutch fits but the brake definitely doesn't.

I might be able to do pictures tonight.
 

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I've reached out to halfox on ebay, he's asked me to provide side-by-side comparisons with the factory levers so he can see the differences.
I actually sent him about a dozen photos a couple weeks ago.

Back on April 25th he said he was sending replacements.... Im still waiting for them to arrive.

He has an ad up for the R25 which show perches with the down turned pieces but still seem kind off....

Halfox Gray Lever R25

Ill let everyone know when my replacements finally arrive and if they are correct or not... should be any day now.
 

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I actually sent him about a dozen photos a couple weeks ago.

Back on April 25th he said he was sending replacements.... Im still waiting for them to arrive.

He has an ad up for the R25 which show perches with the down turned pieces but still seem kind off....

Halfox Gray Lever R25

Ill let everyone know when my replacements finally arrive and if they are correct or not... should be any day now.
Awesome, keep us posted!
 

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He asked me for pictures, too. I don't really have a good way of taking them. I can manage to get some of the break lever but I don't know of what's wrong with the clutch side.

Think he'd be wise enough if I borrowed your clutch side pictures?
 

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The only solution he offered me is to refund half my money.
 

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I ordered from them too and and were wrong as well. The emails were the exact same as your guys'. Still haven't heard from the.
 
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