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I just got these in the mail from a guy on ebay. Normally $300 new, I got em for $150. Very beefy Design and I think I'll get them on the bike tomorrow morning to try out on the way to class. Gonna go riding with tekmoe this weekend maybe and see if I like em low or if I need some risers. Might have a set of Renthals for sale in the near future... I know I'll be selling off my Streetfighter Renthals for sure.
 

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Hey, I'm waiting on a new set of shorter Goodridge Superbike lines. My current lines would look retarded and be swinging all over the place with how low these clip-ons are. I'll have lots of pics when I get the lines this week.
 
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Nice. I had a pair of those on my Aprilia. If I remember correctly, the risers were relatively cheap, so you might want to get several heights to try out and return the ones you don't like.
 

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Well, the superbike brake lines probably won't go much higher than they are now. They definitely greatly improved the brake feel and performance though. I'll get some pics tomorrow morning.
 

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Well, the superbike brake lines probably won't go much higher than they are now. They definitely greatly improved the brake feel and performance though. I'll get some pics tomorrow morning.
+1!, the dual goodridge lines make a difference. I have the dual lines hooked between a D675 radial master cylinder and stock calipers with coated pistons. I can get the rear tire up with one finger now! I forgot what it was like to still have a grip on the throttle while braking hard!
 
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