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PSR GP Levers | QuickShift Review

PSR GP Lever
PSR GP Lever

Ultimate MotorCycling QuickShift Review

PSR GP Levers are pure porn for gear heads. Just looking at these clutch and gear levers is enough to fire the imagination of great rides.

Fortunately, turning fantasy into reality by putting them on your bike is easy enough, even sans instructions, thanks to precision fitment.

With a spring hinge protecting the lever  from damage in a side hit, and a tight hinge allowing movement from front-to-back, the lightweight forged aluminum PSR GP Levers should be durable in a fall.

Feel is outstanding, and the distance from the grip can be adjusted with your index finger on the fly. The length of the blade is tool-adjustable.

Presented in beautiful boxes, PSR GP Levers are packaged like the fine art pieces they are.

The PSR GP Levers sell for around $100. For additional information PSR products, click here.

This story is featured in the Mar/Apr 2013 issue of Ultimate MotorCycling magazine—available on newsstands and good bookstores everywhere. The issue is also available free to readers on Apple Newsstand (for iOS devices) and Google Play (Android). To subscribe to the print edition please visit our Subscriber Services page.

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