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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-12-2010, 12:58 PM Thread Starter
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Internal Clutch and Throttle?

Thinking of new bars and would love to go about 14". Ran accross this site http://www.stylinproducts.com/Hellbent%20Bars.htm and you can go as high as you want and new controls and everything ran internally, clutch and throttle too for about $1300? Seems like a pretty good deal but a couple of bad reviews that I have seen on the other site but no good ones?

I have not seen anyone else offering these? If this is no good might just get the 10" Monkey's and use the stock clutch and throttle....

I will send the company an email with a few questions and see if and how they respond.

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Yo Beast, COOL LOOKN SH!T. I have seen these Bars in a magazine or to on different bikes. Most Impressive w/everything ran Internally.


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My brother has bars similar to those on his custom , for a really clean look even the master cylinders are internal , but the price was around $1600 and you only get 3 switches on each bar , no good if you have stereo and cruise.

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That setup is not really an internal clutch (internal clutch is a twist grip with cable inside the bar, ala Exile Cycles), it's just a hydraulic clutch plumbed through the bars. Still a neat idea, but you'd have to convert your trans to a hydraulic throwout bearing.

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He has a baker 6 speed. Not sure if its cable or hydraulic. It doesn't have a twist clutch' the left grip is the high/low beam switch. Front brake master cylinder is inside the bars. Very small gauge wires coming out of bars at bottom have to be hooked up to selonoids ( quite a few of them) to make everything work. he also had internal brakeline run inside the forkleg to a front caliper built into the forkleg.

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He has a baker 6 speed. Not sure if its cable or hydraulic. It doesn't have a twist clutch' the left grip is the high/low beam switch. Front brake master cylinder is inside the bars. Very small gauge wires coming out of bars at bottom have to be hooked up to selonoids ( quite a few of them) to make everything work. he also had internal brakeline run inside the forkleg to a front caliper built into the forkleg.
Sounds neat. My reply was about the setup in the first post, not yours.

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This is from the website I posted above....

100% Internal features:

All parts made in U.S.A.


LESS IS BETTER, All cables, wires, lines 100% Internal for a true clean custom look.


Factory wiring harness for Plug & Play assembly, no soldering no cutting wires.


Not a KIT 100% assembled and tested ready for install.


All production bars available in either 1 1/4" diameter, or Stylin's Massive 1 1/2" diameter.


Switch housings include 6 switches for factory operation, our new housings accommodate cruise control and stereo.


Our Custom made "Hellbent Series" 1 1/2" diameter bars are custom made to customers specifications, Our most comfortable bend the "Relaxed Bend" allows your wrists to be straight forward and not angled like most production bars. Production time for Custom bars is approximately 10-14 working days.


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Hawg halters has a line of bars that are all internal with new controls.. Scared to ask how much though.
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Stay far away from stylin products!!!

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