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Old 10-04-2012, 01:58 PM
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Thanks for the side pics. But that just made decision harder yet. Between them and monkey bars.
I had the Monkey bars on my last 2 batwings and they are nice but I wanted something different this time around and really liked the looks of these drag bars.
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:35 AM
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Bars look good! Showed them to a buddy of mine, he is probably going with those when he gets his R

While we're talking about Sinister, is anybody running their Wicked Bars?
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Member wanted to see pics of these bars so I'm bumping to give him a look.
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Would you say that these bars are higher and wider than stock? Do they offer more pull back or same?
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I've also been running Sinister's "Hot Rod" bars for this past year. I went with the black. I absolutely love mine. Nice and wide for great low effort steering input. They have some bend to them, but the grips are much more perpendicular to the centerline of the bike than the stock bars. I have some significant arthritis in my wrists (among other spots) and cannot deal with any of the bars where the grips are in more of a 'wheelbarrow' position. They provide quite a lot of adjustability range, mine are in the higher, further away from me position as I have long arms. I run Avon air grips on mine. If you plan on running Heat Demons or other heaters of that style, you'll have to have the bar ends reamed out just a bit before installation. I didn't but now wish I had.
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