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post #1 of 11 Old 08-29-2003, 2:06 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

Anyone know if the Throttlemeisters for stock 929 will work with helibars, or will I need to buy new adaptors?
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

AFAIK the Helis require another model TM; the 954 certainly does...
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

I thought they were the same though, only the ones for the Heli-Bars don't come with the internal bar insert like the one for the stock bars does. You could call and ask.
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

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ConqSoft : I thought they were the same though, only the ones for the Heli-Bars don't come with the internal bar insert like the one for the stock bars does. * * You could call and ask.
Ya, I actualy found one web page listing the same part numbers, but I remember when I bought them they asked if I had OEM or Heli bars so thats why I'm thinking they may be different. Oh well, I find out when they arive.
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

Yes, it's a different adapter.

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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

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Ya, I actualy found one web page listing the same part numbers, but I remember when I bought them they asked if I had OEM or Heli bars so thats why I'm thinking they may be different. Oh well, I find out when they arive.
How did you go? Did they fit ok?
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

I've used Throttlemeister on my 1KRR since it was 2-mo old ('05); it and the Sargent seat were the absolute best mods. Serious! I would not own another bike w/o putting them on. If you munch miles (I do about 12K per annum) you'll not regret one penny.

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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

Funny you should ask, I have a throttlemeister (AHR2) on my '99 vfr , and have bought 929 helibars for a project I'm working on - I asked Throttlemeister direct and they said:

"You can use the AHR2 if you are purchasing NEW heli bars. If not you will need some different hardware from us. Cost about $10."

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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

From what Throttlemeister said, the newer Helibars will fit the oem throttlemeister adapter. The older ones needed a different adapter.
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

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Funny you should ask, I have a throttlemeister (AHR2) on my '99 vfr , and have bought 929 helibars for a project I'm working on - I asked Throttlemeister direct and they said:

"You can use the AHR2 if you are purchasing NEW heli bars. If not you will need some different hardware from us. Cost about $10."

Cheers
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ER, what he said... like a month ago...
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Re: 929 Heli bars and Throttlemeister

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AFAIK the Helis require another model TM; the 954 certainly does...

Hi, I am looking for inexpensive Helibars for 95 CBR900RR Fireblade new or second hand I live in Adelaide Sth Australia.
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