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Old 03-14-2010, 09:26 AM   #1
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clip-ons... which ones?

I know there are a few dudes out there that were having clearance issues with their aftermarket clip ons. I was wondering what everyone is using and how they like them or any problems they've had.
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Woodcraft has some with a riser made for the 600RR. No clearance issues at all.
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+2 I went with Woodcraft risers to avoid the contact.
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^ how do you guys like the feel and position?
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Old 03-15-2010, 01:41 AM   #5
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^ how do you guys like the feel and position?
It's the same yo.
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Old 03-15-2010, 08:07 AM   #6
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you'll need clip ons with a riser to fit

The woodcraft ones are tailor made for our bikes, but (in the UK at least) are a bit over priced [UK prices = 05/06 600RR = 120 / 07-09 600RR = 175]

I DON'T OWN THE WOODCRAFTS but from what i've read, they're in the same position as the std clip on bars (ergo unless you're doing a lot of track work & need the option to quickly replace a bar, why bother?)

I use robby moto raised clip ons

they fit slightly lower than std & are slightly closer to me

fitting involved a LOT of trail & error & re-positioning levers/cables etc

i got them for a song from ebay.

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I was wondering the same thing. You don't have to make any cuts with the woodcrafts right?
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They are pretty much the same as stock, and no cuts. They are also nice as you don't have to take the forks off to change them out. The woodcraft are dual-sided bolt so you just tighten them up and put in the new bars. I actually went with Voxtex bar replacements as I wanted matching black.
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^ how do you guys like the feel and position?
twss.


sorry i'm immature.
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Old 03-16-2010, 09:37 AM   #10
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sorry i'm immature.
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now THAT was immature ;)
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Old 03-16-2010, 09:46 AM   #11
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here are some (shjt) pictures of my clip ons,

sorry for the crap-ness - camera phone & work car park doesn't make a good picture :(

IN MY OPINION any clip ons with a raiser less than the one i'm using wont fit....

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woodcraft has the medium rise clipons that are designed to fit just this bike. So far we haven't had any complaints from anyone using them.
http://www.motomummy.com/store/produ...cat=366&page=1

the ones in the above link. They do come with bars as well.
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i love mine...woodcraft ftw!!!! great upgrade!!!!
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Thanks for all the input everyone. Im going to go with the Woodcrafts.
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Thanks for all the input everyone. Im going to go with the Woodcrafts.
good choice. you wont be disappointed.
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good choice. you wont be disappointed.
Post a pic of yours you whore! I'm still having clearance issues. And since I know you have the same clamp as me I want to know where the clips sit in comparison.
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Post a pic of yours you whore! I'm still having clearance issues. And since I know you have the same clamp as me I want to know where the clips sit in comparison.
did you get it all sorted out yet?
you still need a pic on how i arranged my gadgets?
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did you get it all sorted out yet?
you still need a pic on how i arranged my gadgets?
Got it all sorted out gurrl. I'll PIIYB later to thank ya
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Got it all sorted out gurrl. I'll PIIYB later to thank ya
bwahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!! i will be the one to piiyb homeslice!
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did you get a chance to ride it with the new setup and compare the old setup??
more or less vibration??
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Haha, we'll see, Mr Dingaling
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did you get a chance to ride it with the new setup and compare the old setup??
more or less vibration??
Yeah, the vibrations aren't bad at all. I dunno if its the grips or the triple clamp but I barely notice that much of an increase. I'm gonna take a trip to the lake later today, so I'll know better how they feel. So far, no complaints.
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Haha, we'll see, Mr Kingdingaling

Yeah, the vibrations aren't bad at all. I dunno if its the grips or the triple clamp but I barely notice that much of an increase. I'm gonna take a trip to the lake later today, so I'll know better how they feel. So far, no complaints.
yea same here. for me, it actually felt better than stock.
what grips are you running? same ones i got?

post some pics of your setup faggle!
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yea same here. for me, it actually felt better than stock.
what grips are you running? same ones i got?

post some pics of your setup faggle!
Give me a sec......
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yea same here. for me, it actually felt better than stock.
what grips are you running? same ones i got?

post some pics of your setup faggle!

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damn gurl, lookin good! i guess you like your sh!t pushed in huh? lmfao
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bwahahahhahahahahahahaha. your bars are pushed way inward. lmfao.
thats how i figured you like your sh!t pushed in. it resembles it. bwahahahaha


didnt know those d3 grips would fit. interesting!
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bwahahahhahahahahahahaha. your bars are pushed way inward. lmfao.
thats how i figured you like your sh!t pushed in. it resembles it. bwahahahaha


didnt know those d3 grips would fit. interesting!
I bought the bars used and that's how the notches for the kill switch and throttle were set up already. Yeah they fit, but just get the fake ones from China on eghey, they ain't worth that much coin.
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I bought the bars used and that's how the notches for the kill switch and throttle were set up already. Yeah they fit, but just get the fake ones from China on eghey, they ain't worth that much coin.
yea i know who/where you got them from.
you can keep it mounted like that and still be able to move the bar out or in more.

fake ones????
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yea i know who/where you got them from.
you can keep it mounted like that and still be able to move the bar out or in more.

fake ones????
http://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...ven+ebay+grips

I got the from slowrx in So Cal, Track skins and clip-ons for $300. I like where the bars sit right now, its not bad
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