Fatbars on '06 wr450f

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  • ShiggzLTRWR

Posted January 23, 2015 - 07:59 PM


I did a search, but the posts I saw were pretty old. I saw adaptors, yzf clamps and a couple companies I don't recognize. What do You guys recommend? I am 6'1" so was thinkn pro taper evo cr-high (have those on my LTR450) or maybe contour cr-high. I would appreciate Your opinions. I don't want to replace cables to. Thank You!

  • Krannie McKranface

Posted January 23, 2015 - 08:04 PM


Not sure I understand what you are asking


CR High bars require a new set of 1 1/8" bar clamps, and that it.


Many use the BRP submount to get them even higher, and it also provides a dampe mount.

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  • ShiggzLTRWR

Posted January 23, 2015 - 09:52 PM


You answered, thank You. Was wondering if can just buy clamps or if should swap to yzf trees. Also am thinking cr-hi bend bars (are there any that are taller) but wanted to make sure I wouldn't have to get longer cables. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks again!

  • DunmireD001

Posted January 23, 2015 - 11:55 PM


I run pro-taper Evo's, Henry/reed bend. With the pro taper clamps. Absolutely love Em.
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  • Slow and Jerky

Posted January 25, 2015 - 04:20 AM


If you want something simple and inexpensive, Rocky Mountain ATV  sells risers that also act as as adapters so you can go from a standard to a fat bar (I think they are Tusk brand). You don't change any mounts. I did that on my old 98 WR400 and went with the KTM/Suzuki Bend. I was a little leary of the risers at first, but it worked out fine. If you want to spend some money look into a sub mount stabilizer, pretty much does the same thing but with a dampner.


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