And I'm a pretty lazy man. ;DMonsterHooligan said:oh, no i didnt say that...just that its a pretty big job. 8)
then get clip-ons or bar risers because the 996 for tubes are longer. ask me how i know.Rick T. said:Bore out the stock top clamp, get the shims for the lower triple from MotoWheels and you're done. Everything from there is cake.
Its worth it.
those are 2.5 inch riser. they're flush with the bottom of the top triple. they a little lower than stock, just with different angle and sweep. re-routing was simple (i had to remove the cluster, headlight, and U-bracket), ok, so maybe not "simple"Vindingo said:How high up on the forks are your clipons mounted? They look only slightly lower than stock bars. How hard was it rerouting all of the lines?
yeah, you're missing makin' them yourself. ;DVindingo said:That looks pretty slick with the Suburban Machinery bars. I just waiting for the clipons and shims before I jump in and strap everything onto the bike. What is the deal with the motowheels shims though? $15 for two strips of stainless, or am I missing something?
Beer cans???derby said:yeah, you're missing makin' them yourself. ;D
Hey Vinny,Vindingo said:
I painted them... 3 coats of satin black enamel, and one coat of matte black. Didnt want to break them down to powder coat them or have them annodized black. Hopefully they will hold up to rock chips.sennaster said:looks sweet, you paint those yourself or send'em off?