CRG RC2 Brake Lever

$109.95
$65.77 - $98.95
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CRG RC2 Brake Lever
CRG RC2 Brake Lever
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The RC2 is a brand new version of the on-the-fly position adjustable lever, designed for O.E.M. style master cylinders. A worthy successor to the highly successful, race-proven Roll-a-Click lever, the RC2 offers a higher level of refinement and design through details that include a replaceable black Delrin lever tip, extensive use of the newest CNC-machine surfacing techniques, custom hardware and precision laser-etched graphics. A redesigned miniature "clicker" lever controls a roller cam assembly which gives riders the ability to manipulate lever position quickly while riding. Brake fade and clutch adjustments can be tuned in with ease. Levers can be adjusted for small or large hand sizes.

The RC2 levers are available in Standard and "Shorty" (1-1/4" shorter that the Standard) lengths.

  • 6061-T6 aluminum CNC-machined billet construction.
  • 6 on-the-fly adjustable positions.
  • Standard or "shorty" lever lengths.
  • Scuff resistant, black Delrin, replaceable tip.
  • Integrated, black plated, CNC-machined, Torx hardware.
  • Laser-etched graphics.
  • Applications for most late model sportbikes.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Hawthorne, CA, USA
scooter
Love it

They feel a lot thicker then OEM lever , finger rub gone, I wish they where folding levers . if your looking for better feel with your controls rc2 way to go

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
RynoAZ
Worthwhile upgrade

Levers are so expensive!! But your hands touch them 100% of the time you ride, so it's certainly worth the money to me. I've never had brands other than ASV so I thought I'd give these a shot since so many online companies carry them, and thus so many riders have them. I like the adjusters on these (can be done on the fly), the billet feel (they do look and feel like a million bucks!), and the plastic slider tips; but compared to ASV, there is less range of adjustability for my regular/large hands and they don't flip forwards if they contact something (the ground maybe?). Overall, I don't think they're as good as ASV and I will be returning these.

+ Sweet billet construction
+ Feel awesome
+ Super easy to adjust
+ Plastic tips

- Don't adjust as far as ASV
- Not as crash-worthy as ASV

Overall 2 out of 5 stars
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Location: Hot Springs, AR
Rowdy
Not correct lever for my bike

Although I called an verified I was sent the write part number, after correct installation (plunger fits in hole in pin), the brakes drag and the button that turns the brake lights off does not depress that brake light button. You can see when you put the one installation bolt in that the master cylinder plunger is already depressing before the holes line up. Not sure if this is a bad lever or what. Nobody seems to know. I find it difficult I am the first this has happened to. Love the look, but that does not mean much with no function. I will be more than happy to rewrite if I get one that works, then I would give 5 stars all around.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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magickmantra
Easy good looks and function

easy to install, looks good and feels good...get em!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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CJR6
I have fallen in love!

I recently bought a 2007 Yamaha R6S and the clutch/brake levers were the first things I changed. I bought the shorty levers and there is no looking back. I love these. The comfort, the look, the feel, all are amazing! I can use two fingers, which I normally do, or all 4 and there is not a single complaint I would give these. If you are looking for great levers, these are your one stop shop!

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myst Over 10 months ago
Will this fit my bike?
I have a 2000 SV650 naked with clip-on handlebars. Thanks in advance Motorsport staff
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes the CRG RC2 Brake Lever will fit the 2000 Suzuki SV650 with O.E.M. style master cylinders. Just be sure to correctly select the Year/Make/Model of your bike before ordering so we can be sure to send you the correct lever for your bike. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Rowdy 1 year 4 months ago
Brakes are not disengaging?
I have lined up the hole in the pin to the master cylinder plunger. Brakes are draggin pretty good. The lever does not activate the button that clicks for the brake lights either? What's the fix?
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1 year 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Unfortunately we at Motosport.com are not able to give you repair advice. We highly suggest that you purchase an OEM service manual for your machine and refer to it to answer your repair questions. If you need more assistance, please consult a local repair shop to further assist you in your repairs.
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