I'm with Premier on the clip ons. Rizoma makes a low bar for not too much (50-60 $)
Devious said:Like you, I think a flat bar would be perfect.
After searching all over for the past year, I finally found a truly flat bar.
I just ordered a LSL drag bar in aluminum. There is no rise, and the rake is about the same as stock. They also make it in Stainless.
I'm leaning to the Street bars, accordingto Speigler, they'd be a bit taller than the stock, but would have an inchless pull back giving me another inch on my lines. I may try having the risers cut also. I think the street bar will be lower than the stock though, 1.5 inches may be from the riser tot he initial bend, but they have an awkward upward bend that increases the rise at the MC perch. Does that make sense to anyone else?Devious said:The stock bar rise is about 1.5 inches. IIRC, the rake is 4.5 inches. I have been looking for something lower or even flat for over a year. Many companies offer bars that are nearly the same as the stock bend.
I cut a 1/4 inch from the bottom of my risers. And I hope the flat bar helps with the front end weight.
Bob at Chain Reaction is doing a deal to get 15% off anything from Speigler/LSL. So the bar price is even cheaper. .