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Old 01-01-2020, 04:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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First Happy new year to you all
I want to change my bars from stock which I did before but the bars had too many degrees of pull back and I found them uncomfortable on a long run made my wrists ache
Now I like T bars and Z bars but Iím not sure on the look yet z's might be too much I try not to go to extreme on the custom as I feel like Iím riding round on a clown bike yea and I know itís just me
Can anyone promote there bars and why and Evan a link to them would be great
Cheers Ben.
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Old 01-01-2020, 10:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are the pics you attached of your own Warrior, and so you have already tried TT/Drag bars, and z-bars, and you are looking for other options?
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Are the pics you attached of your own Warrior, and so you have already tried TT/Drag bars, and z-bars, and you are looking for other options?
Hi Arizona no I got the stock bars on the right thatís my bike I like the z bars and the T bars but not sure on what to go for Barrons drag bars look good but Iíve nether rode with em.
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Okay I know what you mean. Plus when you change foot peg position, or handlebar grip position, or rider seat position, your body muscles will need a few rides to adapt.
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riding position is very personal. if that's what your asking about you will just have to feel it out and see what fits you best. if you are asking about style the Z-bars are awesome. I would run them over T-bars that so many guys run.
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Know what you mean Evil
Them Z bars do look good but the T bars flow with the shape of the bike and so many use them I figured they must be good So it gives me pause when when trying to choose .
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I had t bars on my 05 for a while. they were great. I have no complaints about the comfort or look. the z bars are just cooler in my opinion.
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Old 01-03-2020, 07:20 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Ordered the z bars
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I bet you will enjoy them once your body muscles adjust. Post pics when you take it out first time?
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Nice style, would my choice as well.
Which risers to be used ? Stock ?
Will you do internal wiring (if possible) ?
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