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CRG RC2 Levers

CRG was ahead of the game when they engineered the original Roll-A-Click adjustable levers, and they continue to improve upon their formula with the release of the new RC2 levers. The CRG RC2 levers are not a huge departure from the originals, but this is not a bad thing. CRG found ways to improve upon an already great set of levers by refining ergonomics, increasing durability, and improving the finish.

If you were familiar with the original design you will notice that the familiar Roll-A-Click mechanism is still in place, but with a more refined shape. The new clicker shape makes it even easier and comfortable to adjust lever position on the fly. Those familiar with the original will also probably notice another new detail on the tips of the levers – replaceable Delrin tips. These Delrin tips aren’t going to make much of a difference in a major crash, but they do help absorb small amounts of damage that might normally result in the need to replace an entire lever.

The CRG RC2's are still CNC-machined from strong, lightweight 6061 T-6 billet aluminum like the old model, but they are now gone over extensively with the newest CNC techniques for an even higher quality surface than before. The final step is a high-quality anodized finish in black, gold or red.

These levers are not yet available on our website, so give TJ a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 817 to order. You can also send us a PM through this forum, or send an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with CRG RC2 as the subject and we'll get back to you right away!

The CRG RC2 levers come are available in three colors - black, red, and gold.


The Roll-A-Click mechanism has been refined and is now easier to use.


They can also be had in both standard and shorty lengths.
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Just put a set on my '09 Daytona. Very easy to install. Have yet to try them out though, first track day next year!

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We put the same levers on our GSXR600 this summer. Seem to work really well.
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The replaceable Delrin tip is an excellent feature that helps set the CRG RC2 apart from the competition.

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This is the first thing I put on my 675. Absolutely top notch, and the gold matches the Olins perfectly.

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Can I get a price for short black for an '12 D675R with brembo mc. To Melbourne VIC AUS

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What aussie said, I got a 12' 675r. Price for shorty black ones.

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