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Old 02-09-2013, 06:30 PM   #26
rmhrc628
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Joined: Feb 2006
Location: The high country VIC
Oddometer: 2,328
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Originally Posted by theantipaul View Post
We start here, this is the style KTM triple clamp for this setup, versions to follow would be for Hondas, Yamahas and aftermarket triples, BRP etc.



On go the Scott’s submt/side plate mt and the lower handlebar clamps, these are 2 1’2” with the submt the overall height to the centerline of the bars is 3 1/8”,



Adjustable Scott’s mounting plate,



Top clamp,



Next comes the lower bracket,



Then the first side plate,



Then the lower side plate and spacer to tie it all together, the side plate is tapped for the M6 bolt and the only drilling required if needed is to drill through the lower side plate at the hole above the bolt and add a second bolt, we have found this to be pretty much unnecessary, but have kept it for unknown abuse.



Here are 2 optional Squadrons and hardware ready for mounting,



The squadrons mounted up,


And with the fairing.





The whole package weighs in at 7.5lbs, but that includes submt, lowers and top clamp, your bike will already have these,



So the assembly as it sits that can be removed to return to stock light, weighs in at 4.5lbs,

Paul

May I ask the exact model of renthal evo handlebars you run?

What do you think of them for adv riding?

I'm considering swapping out my pro taper cr highs for some 'straighter' bars.
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