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Hey guys I was at a BCSB breakfast some time ago and I sat beside the nice chap who makes Pazzo Levers and I wanted to contact him regarding getting some levers for my Connie. Anybody know how to contact him.
 

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Scudafi I believe is his "handle" on here. If not just email him or call him through his website.
 

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i believe his shop is in Langley but look up Pazzo Racing and i'm sure it'll verify aswell as give contact info.
 

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BTW, it's not a store front type operation. It's a working shop. But if you ask nice and show up (preferably at around quiting time) you can probably get a mini tour of the shop where your new levers were made. For safety reasons don't expect it if it's a working time though. He'll probably still walk you through to the upstairs room but he can't get you up close to the machines when running I would imagine.
 

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Yes, we make them for the Connie.
The ZX7R 89-93 levers are the same as for the connie.
 

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yeah why does motomummy offer them for a better price?? You would think the person who makes them would be able to offer the best price.
 

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yeah why does motomummy offer them for a better price?? You would think the person who makes them would be able to offer the best price.
Because if a manufacturer sells direct and undercuts their distribution channel there is little to no incentive for anyone other than the manufacturer to sell the product.
 

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This is interesting, I've sent private messages and email to Markus as well as going on the website and sending in a message to contact me to no avail. I guess they really are funny about selling these levers. You'd at least think someone would contact me.
 

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Did you read my post where I mentioned that this is a working shop? Last time I saw him at one of the Westwood club meetings he mentioned that he'd been CRAZY busy. I know it sucks but be patient and he'll get an answer back to you. First and foremost he's a machine shop operator so the customer relations part may get a bit fuzzy at times. The "storefront" is the upstairs room where he does the final assembly and packages them. The levers are super nice. The wait is worth it.
 

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Did you read my post where I mentioned that this is a working shop? Last time I saw him at one of the Westwood club meetings he mentioned that he'd been CRAZY busy. I know it sucks but be patient and he'll get an answer back to you. First and foremost he's a machine shop operator so the customer relations part may get a bit fuzzy at times. The "storefront" is the upstairs room where he does the final assembly and packages them. The levers are super nice. The wait is worth it.
Thanks, I was sort of hoping to get them for xmas but if its as you say..so be it, I'll wait.
As you say they are super nice and only a bit more than new stock ones. Mine are sort of getting wiggly so I thought that it would be a neat upgrade, and even though as Hakeem say, On a Connie? Why the hell not they're a nice upgrad for any bike.
 
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