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I recently broke my brake and clutch lever off on my stock 400 (I rolled it).... I've been looking around at different aftermarket clutch and brake levers... I run the ASC on my 416 race bike, but I was wondering what you guys run and what are you opinions on different brands. Thanks in advance
 

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I run an msr ez pull clutch lever. 20% easier pull and its noticeable on those long races or rides. I can pull it with my pointer finger only if i want. And i just run a stock brake lever. If i had unlimited resources i would run asv levers.
 

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I run an msr ez pull clutch lever. 20% easier pull and its noticeable on those long races or rides. I can pull it with my pointer finger only if i want. And i just run a stock brake lever. If i had unlimited resources i would run asv levers.
Did you have to buy a whole new cable, or is it just the lever?
 

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Just the lever that comes with a new perch. It has 3 places to hook the cable. The middle is stock. The outer one is a harder pull for slipping the clutch when drag racing. And the inner one is a 20% easier pull. Its honestly a very basic idea and design. It just puts the cable in a spot where you have more mechanical advantage on it.
 
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Wow thats sweet. Thanks for letting me know. Probably order one when I get off work.

I love the ASV and I have never had a problem with them. Just looking around at something different.

Now does that same company make the ez pull brake levers?
 

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I havent ever heard of an ez pull brake lever? I dont know why or how you would ever need one lol. The brake is hydrolic so its easy as pie as it is haha.
 

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No I meant like. So they are matching lol. Like just the lever.
 

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Oh i gotcha haha. I think they do have a msr lever that matches. I never cared enough haha. I just leave the stock one alone.
 
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This makes any lever easy pull.... LMAO


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Lmao thats funny. I used one as I was driving so I could work out my wrist and fingers lol. Actually helps a lot
 
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little late here and no ATV side experience, but I always ran the AVS levers on all my MX bikes, great products, and a decent investment if you plan to keep the bike a long time, worth the added costs IMO
 

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Yeah I really like the ASV levers. Just looking around at what other people use and recommend :)
 

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I haven't had much luck with Rocky Mount ATV. Have you guys had any problems with them?
 

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I'm not a big fan of buying items off line if I'm looking for a specific part. I like to look at it before I buy it. I have a nice little ATV shop that the guy can order me anything and send it back if something is wrong.
 
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