1/2” bar spacer kit.

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1/2” bar spacer kit.

Post by Bryan468 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 11:36 pm


1/2” bar spacer kits include 2 spacers, 2 locating bolts, 2 locating spacers, brake line relocation bracket, and a bolt for the brake line bracket.

Price is $125 plus tax and shipping.

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Electronic suspension version of spacers.
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Installation instructions:
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Re: 1/2” bar spacer kit.

Post by Champ87 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 1:13 am


Nice work Bryan.

In the photos above it looks like you had to drop the front end ½" to have enough fork tube to re-clamp the bars. True/False?
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Re: 1/2” bar spacer kit.

Post by Bryan468 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:24 am


Champ87 wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 1:13 am
Nice work Bryan.

In the photos above it looks like you had to drop the front end ½" to have enough fork tube to re-clamp the bars. True/False?
No, that’s the stock height of the bike. No drop is necessary to run the spacers.
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Re: 1/2” bar spacer kit.

Post by Champ87 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:04 am


Bryan468 wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:24 am
No, that’s the stock height of the bike. No drop is necessary to run the spacers.
OK, now I've looked at the install instructions I see the top of the fork is down inside the bar clamp a little whereas with the stock setup, the top of the fork sits flush.

The finish looks very nice - matches the factory original.
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Re: 1/2” bar spacer kit.

Post by SidneyCarton » Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:05 am


Do you think it is possible to stack two of the 1/2 inch spacers to elevate the bars 1 inch? The brake line would definitely need to be altered using the relocation bracket and a longer bolt sourced. Thanks.
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Re: 1/2” bar spacer kit.

Post by Bryan468 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:26 am


SidneyCarton wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:05 am
Do you think it is possible to stack two of the 1/2 inch spacers to elevate the bars 1 inch? The brake line would definitely need to be altered using the relocation bracket and a longer bolt sourced. Thanks.
No I don’t think you could pull it off. You would run out of fork tube to clamp to if you didn’t lower the front of the bike and the controls on the clutch side would hit the fairing when you turn the bars all the way to the right.

I think the max height that would work is going to be around 3/4” and I would definitely recommend lowering the front end a little to maintain sufficient fork tube to clamp to and you would have to run the bars in the farthest back position you could or the controls would hit.
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