Nice bar - have seen them up at Laconia but they are very pricey! I don't know how the wires would be run to allow all the adjustments the bars can provide without weakening the connections put perhaps they have that all worked out.
I've had mine for several years, so has the wife on her bike. Best bars I have ever had, wiring is external with 0 problems. I'm a comfort over looks guy anyway. I do get a lot of compliments on the bars
Sunday I ride over to Daytona and picked up a set for my wife's Street Glide. I wasn't too keen on all external wiring, but the black bars will hide it pretty good. I notice that 2 of the "Ride like a Pro" instructors at Destination Daytona was using Helibars.
A friend that joined us in Daytona had them installed on his 14 Ultra Classic. He told us these bars made a huge difference in slow maneuvering/control, and arm and shoulder fatigue is now gone. They are expensive, but so far he thinks they are worth every penny. I'm just waiting for my wife's verdict before I think about a set for my CVORGU (these frick'n bars are about to kill me).
A few days after getting the bars installed I took it on a 500 mile twisties/camping trip in North Georgia. I adjusted them prior to the trip but didn't mess with them once I was there as I figured that wasn't the time to be trying to fine-tune them. In short, I love these things. I'm still having a little numbness (arthritis and carpal tunnel) at this point but nothing close to what I was having. Definitely money well spent (and I love the look, even with the external wiring).
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