I purchased the SP400 lever set from your website recently and waiting for delivery.
I believe all their products are manufactured in the US. I'm not sure how active the owner is on the forum so you may want to email or give them a call if you have any questions.Please post back your thoughts when you get them.
Very aggressively priced compared to the likes of CRG. Had a bad experience with "eBay" Chinese levers and I'm hoping these are a worthwhile middle ground before I put the cash in a pair of CRG's. Really like that the length is adjustable.
Spears Enterprises, if you're active in here, can you let us know where these are manufactured?
They look very well made and I agree, the price is not crazy - middle ground.I purchased the Spears Racing SP400 lever set and I recently received them. They were shipped in an USPS envelope with some bubble lining. I wish they were packaged/shipped in a box but there was no damage so can't complain. The quality of the levers seem really good and I agree with @Rider2112 that the pricing is really good compared to the more pricey competitors. I have not had a set of any Chinese Levers so can't compare if the build quality is just as good or better. US shipping for the levers was $12 so that comes out to be about $40 per lever ($79.99 USD). Spears may offer free shipping based on a minimum purchase.
I plan on installing the levers tomorrow or next week.
BTW this is the first time I have ordered any parts and received a couple of pieces of candy. See attached pics of candy and levers.
Nice one, they look good. Yeah you can put washers in there to take out the slack but not regular hardware store ones as they are too thick. You need thin shim type washers. Not sure where you buy them from, I've got them from work before.I installed the Spears Racing levers today and attached some pics. The only issue is that there appears to be more vertical slop with the brake and clutch levers compared to the OEM levers. Maybe not a big issue but is there anyway to reduce the slop? Would adding some washers help?
Thanks. I did not get a chance to ride after I installed the levers. As long as they work, I'll try to ignore the slop.Nice one, they look good. Yeah you can put washers in there to take out the slack but not regular hardware store ones as they are too thick. You need thin shim type washers. Not sure where you buy them from, I've got them from work before.
Mine slop a bit too but it doesn't seem to affect their performance and you forget about it after a while.
Thanks for the recommendation. I only want to buy a couple and it seems pricey with shipping to buy online or it seems like you're forced to buy a lot more than you need. I'm going to hold off and if the slop really bothers me, then look into buying some.
Have you experienced any clutch slip yet?I just did an order from Spear racing, I got the aluminum front stay and the clutch kit. Lets see how long it takes to get to me. I am sure after race season is over
Edit 08/10/2018 date ordered
No I havent but I dont want my clutch to ruin a race weekend. We already had 1 guy burn his clutch up. I am just getting it for just in case. I am slowly trying to double up on things, brake pads, levers, bars etc. Better safe than sorry.Have you experienced any clutch slip yet?
I experienced it at my track day. When I'd hit the rough bumps in the infield, clutch would slip. Revs would jump for about a second and then the clutch would grab again at wide open throttle.Have you experienced any clutch slip yet?