Oversized bars?


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  • bleetham

Posted November 09, 2007 - 10:54 AM

#1

I've finally decided to get the Applied Racing 24mm offset triple clamps for my 06 450. My question is about the Pro Taper bars that came stock on the bike. Are these considered a standard sized bar or an oversized bar? I'm also leaning towards the rubber mount. Any suggestions on this are appreciated.

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  • Ga426owner

Posted November 09, 2007 - 11:02 AM

#2

I've finally decided to get the Applied Racing 24mm offset triple clamps for my 06 450. My question is about the Pro Taper bars that came stock on the bike. Are these considered a standard sized bar or an oversized bar? I'm also leaning towards the rubber mount. Any suggestions on this are appreciated.


I went the same route Applied 24s - rubber mt a awesome set up. You want oversized as the stock bars are oversized. I did find the 06 stock bars to be way too low however and swapped to Windham bend Renthal Twinwall

  • bleetham

Posted November 09, 2007 - 11:17 AM

#3

Thanks for the advice, I agree about the low bars. I'm only 5'6" but they are still a little low so I'll probably replace them when I put on the new clamps.





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