A couple weeks ago I got my OEM levers, rearsets, kickstand and a few other items powdercoated flat black by a forum member. Everything came out top notch except for the brake and clutch levers. They had some blemishes in them and I just did not want to bother resending them.
I started looking for aftermarket levers. I had ASVs on my 07 R1 and even though I loved them I found it hard to mess with the small adjuster dials while riding. Another problem was I wanted the levers flat black to match everything else.
A friend of mine got FP Racing levers on his bike and even though I was hesitant, I rode his bike and found them better than the ASVs I had on my R1! I contacted Corey from motomummy and being difficult as always I asked him if I could get them in flat black? He told me that currently they were not offered in flat black but he would get back to me in next couple days to see what could be done. He did get back with me the next day and told me that FP Racing was going to do a custom set for me in flat black on my request!
As always, Corey delivered! These are limited edition levers and are called "Stealth Black". The quality, fit and finish and the functionality is just simply AMAZING on these! Not to mention they come with lifetime warranty as well! I can quickly change the settings with my thumb while riding on these unlike my ASVs. With the price, quality, custom free engraving and warranty these are the best bang for the buck deal out there right now!
Those look great. And I like the custom engraving you can put on them.
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Leo Vince Full exhaust
PCV with autotune
Graves block off plates
BMC Race filter
ASV shorty levers
Evotech frame sliders
Motovation Accessories bar ends
DDM Tuning 8000K HID's
FXR Bi-xenon Projectors
Dual halo's (white and amber)
looks good. One thing that fp does that several others don't with that type of adjuster is that on position 6 it goes against the perch and the perch is raised up so it's hard to get your finger on the adjuster on the side of the perch to move the adjuster back down. to counter act this fp machined the perch down level with the lever so that even on position 6 you can easily get your thumb to the other side of the adjuster to move it back down.
glad you like them factoryracecar We are working on some more custom products in that color now. You got us going and now we can't stop with that color
don't fold the levers too much or they can loosen up over time. obviously they are designed to do that on a crash. it takes a lot of folding to loosen them up, but just wanted to warn you. won't hurt to do it a few times at all. we have a set that we folding in the store to see how long it takes before it will affect the function and it's around 40 times, but i still don't recommend doing it too much obviously.