Question about top tripple clamp with xr600s

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  • ysr50speed

Posted March 13, 2008 - 09:41 PM


Alright I ordered the gpr stabalizer (they ended up being back ordered). Anyways they said it was for a 97 and newer xr600. Mines an 94 and the tripple clamp and bar mounts or cast into one clamp. I was wondering if the 97 had removable bar mounts and thats why its for a 97 and newer? If that is correct can I just take a 97 and new tripple and place it on the 94? Also will the xr400 or any other models fit?

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  • cleonard

Posted March 14, 2008 - 07:01 AM


Honda lists the same part number for 93 through 2000. I'd say it will fit fine.

  • asf

Posted March 15, 2008 - 08:30 AM


Not only that but I have used 97 XR600r triples on my 89 XR600r and off a 98 XR650L and they all bolted up fine. When off the bike I couldn't "See" a difference. If there is a different part number, it is probably due to color and material, and perhaps for the L a tapped hole for the speedo. Other than that they look identical to me.

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