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Colony Transformer Levers?

Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by A Grove, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. A Grove

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  2. WestCoastHucker

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    daydreaming about a new rhythm line.....
    sexxy? looks just like another buster ass lever to me...

    probably works just the same as the rest of them...

    edit: ok, upon further inspection, i stand corrected. this angle really shows them off...
     
  3. A Grove

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    If you get the chance to feel one in person, you'd be sayin' sexxxy as well ;) they come in diff colors as well. I really like how clean they are with no barrel adjusters also
     
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    Nice for sure, but are they $75.00 worht of nice?
     
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    i got it...

    i have nothing to say, like... its a lever... you pay for the company...

    the shape is really nice... the braking power is awesome... but the price come with it, there is no adjustements on the lever...
     
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    I started a thread about this lever when it first came out end of last season...


    Simple. CNC'ed beauty. High price. seems to be a trend with that...
    haha.
    They come in two sizes too, one-finger and two-finger. The one WCH posted is the longer blade version.

    I like them, but doesn't do anything an old odsy Mono won't. WAY better than the Dangerboy cnc'ed V-levers IMO.
     
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    I was about to buy one but a few guys were complaining about sharp edges when doing no handed tricks...whatever, Odsy mono works fine but I have my eyes on the Fly lever.


     
  8. Mr Tiles

    Mr Tiles I'm a beer snob

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    tech 77 4-lyf...if I run brakes :)
     
  9. sealclubber

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    it should at least have a pivot in the clamp...

    i cant see why youd spend such a premium for something that lacks 2 convenient brake accessories that really have no downpoints.