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07-25-2008 8:46 AM
pwrpapa
Re: Helli-Bar Issue - CRB1000

I'm pretty sure you will have to extend the wires and cables plus the brake lines to do the job properly. There's not enough slack depending on the height of the bars you have to be able to turn the wheel with out some binding.
I've done it on a few bikes and that's what I had to do.
07-24-2008 6:04 AM
montyzoomer
Helli-Bar Issue - CRB1000

A little help if possible from someone who has fitted these to a CBR1000RR

I have fitted the parts and have started to set up the bars but it appears that the clutch pipe is a little short. When you move the bike to full lock it is starting to stretch the hose slightly which I dont like. I haver tried moving the bar positon but still not very good

Has any one else found this and if so what did you do to remedy the problem.

thanks

Monty

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