BRP top tripple clamp



4 replies to this topic
  • TwinSparXR

Posted July 31, 2001 - 06:18 PM

#1

I'm considering buying a BRP top clamp for my 00 650r so I can move the bars forward.

Has anyone got this setup on there 650r?

  • gtms34

Posted August 01, 2001 - 03:12 PM

#2

I have a BRP clamp on mine. The bars are 19mm forward of stock but are at stock height. This gets the bars out of my lap. It is a great improvement. FYI, I bought the tripleclamp, protaper(CR hi bend), stabilizer, package. Yes, it's expensive but I don't regret it. Talk to Jim and Cameron at BRP. They were a great help when I set up my bike.
Good luck,

Kevin

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  • TX-SANDMAN

Posted August 01, 2001 - 07:35 PM

#3

do any of the am triple clamps come with rubber mounted bars? to tingle is a little much after 3 hours in the dual sport saddle of the 650R. especially when compered to the ultra smooth DR350.

  • Keyser_Zoze

Posted August 01, 2001 - 10:36 PM

#4

Originally posted by TwinSparXR:
I'm considering buying a BRP top clamp for my 00 650r so I can move the bars forward.

Has anyone got this setup on there 650r?


I'm 6'3" and On both my 400 and 650R I have run the Pro Taper clamp and bars in the far forward position. The result is pretty dramatic over the stocker as the pro-taper set up even in the "REAR" position is still farther forward than that of the stocker. I wish I had actual measurements to share.

  • gtms34

Posted August 02, 2001 - 07:51 AM

#5

I don't know of anyone using the rubber style bar clamps on aftermarket triple clamps. I don't notice vibration when dual sporting the XR. I came from a DR350 to the XR.





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