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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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flipped stock clip ons? woodcrafts or sick innovatinions?

ive basically been looking for a better option than stock as far as handlebars go but each one has a snag. i dont want dirt bars, not only are they too expensive but my bike is going to be set up for street/stunt. i have an impaktech full cage and sub-cage, yoshi full exhaust chopped, SI round bar, vortex sprockets, -1 +8, PC5. i dont want aftermarket clip ons that are gonna vibrate on me and or prevent me from going lock to lock. also i want to be able to use stock throttle cables and clutch cables. whats me best option here? flipping stockers? is it even that much of a difference with them flipped? any pictures/input helps as ive been tossing this idea around in my head for months now
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I was actually thinkin bout flippin mine, i had it flipped when i had an f4i and it makes wheelies and stoppies alot easier.
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http://www.gsxr.com/forumdisplay.php?f=17 This is the best information that anyone on a Honda Forum can provide on stunting, sorry

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http://www.gsxr.com/forumdisplay.php?f=17 This is the best information that anyone on a Honda Forum can provide on stunting, sorry
You send me to a gixxer forum for a 600rr specific question?
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most clipons for our bikes have fitment issues with the main stay. so unless you're ok with trimming up your stay stock is the best option. If you want to trim I put the woodcraft clipons with i believe a 1" lift for clearance and it still rubs at full lock
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I like woodcraft clip-ons the best. I would recommend going woodcraft.


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