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Forum index -   Wanna buy: handlebars
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gorman
MTS: 04 1000 DS (Black)

   

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:14 pm Reply with quote

I have the exact same setup on my bike (Rox risers and a Renthal CR fatbar). Cables and brake lines are fine - the brake lines are close to the limit but not tight, even with the forks extended to their max (like when you wheelie Smile)


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wangiles
MTS: 03 1000 DS (Red)

   

Joined: 30 Aug 2015
Posts: 9
Location: SG

PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2015 9:58 am Reply with quote

Hi! I know this is a bit too late to ask but will the rox bar risers affect the DP steering damper? Is a fat bar better than normal bar for the MTS?

Having fitted a rental 7/8 normal bar I find that I'm sitting in a sporty position, with no bar risers. Other bike is a Dr350SET fitted with fat bar and bar riser/adapter so I'm kinda comfortable with that setup.
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Mattel
MTS: 12 1200S PP (Corse)

   

Joined: 31 Jul 2010
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2015 1:20 pm Reply with quote

wangiles wrote:
Hi! I know this is a bit too late to ask but will the rox bar risers affect the DP steering damper? Is a fat bar better than normal bar for the MTS?

Having fitted a rental 7/8 normal bar I find that I'm sitting in a sporty position, with no bar risers. Other bike is a Dr350SET fitted with fat bar and bar riser/adapter so I'm kinda comfortable with that setup.


No. but that depends. I have a rox and a dp damper, but I took a 1k damper and flipped it upside-down on my 1100s.

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wangiles
MTS: 03 1000 DS (Red)

   

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2015 2:19 pm Reply with quote

Thanks for the reply! How does that look like?
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wangiles
MTS: 03 1000 DS (Red)

   

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2015 12:46 am Reply with quote

[img] https://www.dropbox.com/s/zx4wh90al4sk1dr/2015-11-05%2010.27.52.jpg [/img]
[img] https://www.dropbox.com/s/o30zqg30oaiiqen/2015-11-05%2010.33.17.jpg [/img]
[img] https://www.dropbox.com/s/x120njcue6c0pa6/2015-11-05%2010.33.35.jpg [/img]

Here's the current setup. I'm about to get a rox riser but I'm afraid that it will hinder the damper.
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kuyohtay
MTS: 09 1100S (White)

   

Joined: 25 Mar 2008
Posts: 415
Location: Virginia, south east

PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2016 10:24 pm Reply with quote

gorman wrote:
I have the exact same setup on my bike (Rox risers and a Renthal CR fatbar). Cables and brake lines are fine - the brake lines are close to the limit but not tight, even with the forks extended to their max (like when you wheelie Smile)




I have these, they are the best. They Rox!


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MaverickMotoMedia
MTS: 04 1000 DS (Red)

   

Joined: 14 Apr 2018
Posts: 14
Location: Philadelphia

PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 8:23 am Reply with quote

has anyone tried moving the handlebars further forward and lower? I have the opposite problem than most, I'm 6'8" and actually prefer a lower more stretched out bar position... there doesn't seem to be much room, though...
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