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08-11-2004 11:19 AM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

Ah crap, you guys have talked me into it too. Anyone else? Maybe we can cut a group purchase deal with CC?
08-11-2004 11:10 AM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

I know...you guys all own stock in Cycle Cat right?

08-11-2004 05:39 AM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

Don't you just love this place?! The peer pressure is unrelenting!
08-11-2004 04:24 AM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

All right, well the jury is in and it looks like I
08-10-2004 06:08 PM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

I have them as well as part of their complete RIPS system. I've never regretted the purchase. Love riding the monster even more now. I actually found them more comfortable than the stock setup.
08-10-2004 06:08 PM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

CC all the way. Glag I spent the money. I love them.
08-10-2004 04:44 PM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

I got them! love em too! adjustability is amazing. Cyclecat quality is light years above everyone else! hands down! I bought the whole system-triple,dra-1,clip-ons,rear sets. You can really fine tune your riding position to perfection

08-10-2004 01:48 PM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

Got them. Love them. Really tightens up the steering. Cleans up the look. Worth every penny.
08-10-2004 11:20 AM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

I got them. Didn't like them at first because of neck/comfort issues, bu thad to have them to use the adjusters on the SS style forks I swapped in.

After about 50-75 miles, the comfort issues were resolved as my neck got used to the new body position.

I'm fortunate enough to get in about 6-7 track days a year, and the improvement in handling the bike on the track in terms of weight distribution and ability to tuck in better is worth the price.

Also, go to Cycle Cat's web site and link through to the Cat Shop page. You can usually find (slightly) blemished sets for a significant discount. I saved $70 and could barely find the scratch on the bottom of the riser.
08-10-2004 09:45 AM
Re: Cycle Cat Clip Ons

they rock. hands down best design i've seen. if you can manage to pony up the $$$, go for it.
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