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Just bought a warrior, and am looking for some internally wired bars with some pull back so there easy to reach.


any ideas or help. I'm 5'3" but ride sportsbikes with ease, just need to make this a bit more comfortable. Going to get a corbin seat to push me slightly further forward.


I like the look of the petite arlen ness controlson bms, so would like to use those with some new bars


thanks for any help
 

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Warrior bend bars from the yamaha accessory book may be the trick. But you would have to do the wiring.
 

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Carlini Super Sweepers are set up for internal wiring and have the most pullback of any other Warrior bar commercially available.
 

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cph-1120 is the most pullback I think you can get. I run those only a few inches taller then you with stock seat and am comfortable. Can be internally wired also.
 

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What year is your Warrior? What seat are you considering?





For handlebars, here's the Carlini website for actual dimensions:


http://www.carlinidesign.com/handlebars/dragbars/supersweep125.php





Here's a good post in internally wiring them:


http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/117544.aspx





Here's the known dimensions on available handlebars. The Carlini's have 9" rise and I think that's what brings them so close (not so much pullback):


Handlebars - Stock - 2002-2003: 11-1/2" pullback 34" wide 6" rise
Handlebars - Stock - 2004-2008: 13" pullback 34" wide 5-1/2" rise
Handlebars - Warrior Bend - 2002-2008: 11-3/8" pullback, 33-3/8" wide, 6-1/2" rise
Handlebars - Barons Radius - 2002-2008: 7-1/2" pullback 33" wide 7-1/2" rise
Handlebars - Barons Bomber - 2002-2008: 5-1/2" pullback 33" wide 4-1/2" rise
Handlebars - Yamaha TT - 2002-2008: 10-1/2" pullback 34-1/4" wide 6-1/2" rise
Handlebars - Carlini Supersweeps - 2002-2008: 11-1/2" pullback 31-1/2" wide 9" rise
 
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