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Anyone going to swap out the stock handlebars for clip ons??

I am looking at it just because its a "mod" and I am running out of things to do already haha...

Not sure if I want the riding position of a SS though..


Anyone going to swap out the stock handlebars for clip ons??

I am looking at it just because its a "mod" and I am running out of things to do already haha...

Not sure if I want the riding position of a SS though..
 
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The difference in comfort is huge so I will be sticking with the stock position.

I have long arms and I already had a friend who rides an R1 tell me I look like silly when I sit completely upright on the 125. Oh well, it's more comfortable by far!


The difference in comfort is huge so I will be sticking with the stock position.

I have long arms and I already had a friend who rides an R1 tell me I look like silly when I sit completely upright on the 125. Oh well, it's more comfortable by far!
 
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gotcha, thats what I expected.. stock it is :)

gotcha, thats what I expected.. stock it is :)
 
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If you spend any amount of time on the track, you realize their worth. It helps so much when you are hanging off the bike. It allows you to be more forward, over the front wheel, for better cornering control.
I will be installing them on my track b


If you spend any amount of time on the track, you realize their worth. It helps so much when you are hanging off the bike. It allows you to be more forward, over the front wheel, for better cornering control.
I will be installing them on my track bike (R6) this winter, along with adjustable rearsets.
 
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I'll probably go the same route as Torch with my 125 a year or two on down the road when I really want to make a change.

I'll probably go the same route as Torch with my 125 a year or two on down the road when I really want to make a change.
 
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Going a little OT, but what are your thoughts on rearset adjusters? The brackets that move the factory rearsets back an inch.. I have long legs and I think I could benefit from an extra inch of leg room. I have a feeling it will not work with the st

Going a little OT, but what are your thoughts on rearset adjusters? The brackets that move the factory rearsets back an inch.. I have long legs and I think I could benefit from an extra inch of leg room. I have a feeling it will not work with the stock exhaust though..

I read some posts on the Grom 250 board than this really helps out for guys with longer legs and does not mess to much with the riding position..
 

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Since my bike will be for all purpose riding, and not so much for the track, nah.

Since my bike will be for all purpose riding, and not so much for the track, nah.
 
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