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    Billet Levers for 12px

    Hey guys, just wondering if you guys noticed any difference with the RIVA billet iBR levers compared to the stock plastic ones. Was hoping they gave a little more "response" since they have metal springs. I don't really trust 99% of RIVA's advertising so I am looking for some real world feedback.

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    They're cool. That's about it!! They say the spring is stiffer but if it is it's not much. They are just a pretty cosmetic add on part.

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    i have it on my rxpx are fantastic,are not stiffer are softy,perfect when you pull the throttle,best money spent on my ski

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan1967 View Post
    i have it on my rxpx are fantastic,are not stiffer are softy,perfect when you pull the throttle,best money spent on my ski
    You sir need to put in a Fizzle IC and retract this statement.

    Anyone else that's an enthusiast will instantly notice billet levers. They're gorgeous

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    They're cool. That's about it!! They say the spring is stiffer but if it is it's not much. They are just a pretty cosmetic add on part.
    Agreed. They match the silver on my ski, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    They're cool. That's about it!! They say the spring is stiffer but if it is it's not much. They are just a pretty cosmetic add on part.
    Agreed. They match the silver on my ski, though.
    If they came in blue this would be a much easier decision. Trying to justify spending $130 on something that might be no different than stock lol.

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    Send me your levers, and $130..... and I'll send them back blue

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    Not to thread jack but this is a very similar color I was thinking about going with my TX. Any more pics?

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