Two Finger Universal Trigger Series Raw Machined RSC Lever

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The Trigger series RSC levers were designed to provide confidence that no other lever can provide. It does just that! The trigger style lever tip comfortably locks your finger into the tip of the lever. Welcome to a new level of confidence!! This two finger Trigger series lever is a TRUE two finger lever. It is 3/8"(9.5mm) longer than the OG Bone shorty lever. The raw machined anodized finish provides a durable, glossy, bold look. The RSC provides a larger engagement point than a stock lever, which can eliminate stalling off the gate at your next MX race, or help manage that downshift into the next berm. Stunters have also found this larger engagement point very beneficial, when slipping the clutch during technical maneuvers. Providing true easy pull geometry, the RSC is capable of reducing your clutch pull by up to 50%. The RSC lever will prove itself to be beneficial, regardless of what you ride....street, track, or trail! Precision machined out of 6061 aluminum, and equipped with dual sealed ball bearings.....the RSC might just be the best feeling lever you have ever laid a finger on. Backed by the industry exclusive RSC Lifetime Warranty, the RSC could be the last clutch lever you ever purchase! Assembled using high grade assembly lube and stainless steel hardware.

Customer Reviews

Based on 161 reviews
Daniel Williams

Two Finger Universal Trigger Series Raw Machined RSC Lever

Thomas Stroud

Love it.! Amazing lever and perch, awesome customer service, super fast delivery. You get what you pay for.

Lucas Sousa
Best lever ever

Easy install guide amazing quality and fine machined work 11/10

The best

This clutch lever is the best one of there.

Very satisfying feel

Just installed my new two finger trigger lever. WOW that is nice. It adds a level of comfort, control and confidence to my WR250R that was severely lacking with the cheap Amazon shorty lever blade that was on the bike when I bought it.