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SCott pro levers vs Avid Speed dial 7 ?

Old 06-03-07, 04:35 AM
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SCott pro levers vs Avid Speed dial 7 ?

Was wondering to upgrade to S7 worth it do you think ?

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Old 06-03-07, 05:11 AM
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Never used Scott levers, but I have the SD7s and they are wonderful.

They feel really nice, you can adjust modulation beautifully with the speed dials and they just solid and smooth. They are pretty light also. It definitely gave my system a lot more stopping power.
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I thought about the avid 7's but chose cane creek levers instead and must say they work great and look great.

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I thought those only worked with the Direct Curve brakes.
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