I have been using ASV shorty levers for years on several bikes. They are more/faster adjustable, but it is mostly personal preference and feel. Not everyone likes a shorty lever, but it works for me. Also looks 100 times better which doesn’t hurt. .
I have the regular Pazzos. I tried the shorty once, and didn't like them, even though I always brake with 2 fingers... and have long fingers. I also like everything to look and function OEM, so cheap levers weren't in the cards for me . Highly recommended, especially if you needed adjustment (not found) on the clutch lever. Hey, I highly recommend getting radiator guards (at least the non-existent engine radiator). Good luck.
I also use shorty ASV lever & am especially happy with the adjustability of the clutch lever. Nerve damaged left arm makes the stock lever very difficult for me. It's really a personal choice but I'd be very wary of the cheap Chinese copies of Pazzo's etc.
Personal taste, but I dislike the feel of the MZS/shorty style levers. They look much better than stock but not worth it because of the ergonomics. ASV would be my choice for quality without getting too ridiculous in cost for a couple pieces of metal.
Nice!!!! I got the Brembo RCS on my track bike and wow, what an upgrade. I went with the R1 Master Cylinder and some ASV levers.
I STRONGLY advise against Ebay levers. Had a previous experience where I probably almost died due to a Chinese lever. It just is not worth your life. Pay the extra for the legit materials and more importantly the quality control that the legit companies do.