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    Replacement Bars and Mirrors

    Hello group.
    Just bought a nice 2006 Speed Triple (OMG, these things are fast). I need to replace stock bars (bent) and mirrors (has one useless tiny aftermarket clip on). What aftermarket fat alloy bars have similar shape to stock (which I more or less like)? Which "useful" aftermarket mirrors look good on these bikes? Inboard or outboard?
    I thank you in advance.
    Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slideleft View Post
    Hello group.
    Just bought a nice 2006 Speed Triple (OMG, these things are fast). I need to replace stock bars (bent) and mirrors (has one useless tiny aftermarket clip on). What aftermarket fat alloy bars have similar shape to stock (which I more or less like)? Which "useful" aftermarket mirrors look good on these bikes? Inboard or outboard?
    I thank you in advance.
    Jeff
    I like the Renthal Street Low Fatbar, about the same height as stock with less pullback...although I'm not sure if a fatbar will fit your bike.
    -you only live once and I feel like I'm running out of time...

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    Yes, I'm prepared to replace the stock 7/8" diameter risers.

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    I run two CRG Lanesplitter bar end mirrors but they are pretty much like what you've got. I find they work quite well. I had Rizoma Reverse Retro Mirrors on my first S3, they are bigger. I tend to not ride in traffic and only use mirrors to see if my riding buddies are keeping up.

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    CRG for the mirrors.

    Can't really help with the bars, as i just went full MX style flat bats with almost no pull back.

    Replacing risers can be finicky because the dirt bike fat bar risers use a larger diameter bolt than most street bikes use in their risers - so you'll need street bike specific fat bar risers (or go ghetto and drill out the top clamp/yoke)...

    Alternately, you could get Fat Bar adapters that sit in the OEM risers and will raise the bars an inch or so.
    Eg: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F172739766820


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    I went with Rizoma fat bars and risers and just recently replaced the Triumph bar end mirrors with 80mm diameter Rizomas which give a better rear view at the expense of adding a fair bit of width

 

 

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