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post #61 of 73 (permalink) Old 05-22-2011, 11:04 PM Thread Starter
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hahaha thats awesome. glad you got it all worked out though.



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thread revival anybody run renthals? I like the fact they have markers and indicators to get the angles just right but I don't think they have a riser model :(

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thread revival anybody run renthals? I like the fact they have markers and indicators to get the angles just right but I don't think they have a riser model :(
You're right, Renthal's don't have a riser. Good for a track only or 03-06 bike though.

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You're right, Renthal's don't have a riser. Good for a track only or 03-06 bike though.
hey sin, well the bike is only on the track 07 model :) i hear the problem is with the stock fairing stay is that true? any idea if lower clips on aid or help on the track ie steering input or to put the front of the upper torso more over the front?

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hey sin, well the bike is only on the track 07 model :) i hear the problem is with the stock fairing stay is that true? any idea if lower clips on aid or help on the track ie steering input or to put the front of the upper torso more over the front?
That's all personal preference as far as the angle of your bars. What works for someone else may not work for you. You could get an aftermarket stay and not have to deal with clearance issues. But as is you won't have full left to right movement, which on a track bike might not affect you.

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im tryin to have a more comfortable ride without having my wrist aching as much and i only ride street and would like to be able to lock the steering, will 48mm zero degree sick innovation side mounts be any good?

just found out zero degree were uncomfortable so im gonna go with 7 degree or convertibars

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I see that everyone has nothing but good things to say about the woodcrafts ones. I personally wal looking at the attack performacne clipons. does anybody have any experiences with the attach performance set? this is for a track only bike.

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Looks like you'll be the guinea pig.
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1 or 1.5 inch rise ?

Are these the 1" or 1.5" Riser Clip On from WoodCraft ?
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