3 replies to this topic
  • Jon_from_PA

Posted May 30, 2000 - 04:24 PM


I just purchased a new 426 back in april and
am thinking about changing the handlebars to a higher profile. What is the hot set-up???
I like the pro-tapers but I don't want to change the top tiple clamps, will the bar mount adapters work okay? Please advise!

  • Derwood

Posted May 31, 2000 - 03:44 PM


I'm running Renthal Jimmy Button bend bars, I've had them on three bikes and they are still holding great.

Derwood, traped in IL

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  • PSC

Posted June 01, 2000 - 02:45 AM


I'm running Pro-taper Universal Mid on my 426, the Universal mounts fit fine (make them {the mounts} face inward so the foam cover fits properly).

The Pro Taper Mid has YZ low bars with the universal mounts making them a bit higher (look on the handlebar box, they have a listing of all the bends, widths and heights of the various Pro Taper bars)

Paul Card
00' 426

  • Jarriet

Posted June 01, 2000 - 05:58 AM


Azonic top trip.clamp 8mm forward with Azonic double wall barz.
Azonic also makes a universal kit for their double walls if you don't want to spend the cash on new triple clamps.

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