Handlebar Raisers?

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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by Zdude » Fri Aug 17, 2018 2:25 pm


I started this thread in May, do we still not have at least a prototype for testing?
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by 57x » Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:11 pm


I haven't heard back from him. I guess I will harass.
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by FJR919 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 7:34 pm


Please harass. I don't want to address the seat issue until I can get the bars up and back. Stretching my arms and sitting further back in the pocket of the seat ifeels better than sitting on that "bump" on the forward portion.
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by HaraldB » Thu Sep 06, 2018 5:52 pm


I sent a mail to Helibars and they replied that they currently have no plans to do something for the H2 SX (SE).
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by Tony Nitrous » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:13 am


Possibly not as much as I’d like, but Webike Japan do spacers that lift the stock set up a little.


https://japan.webike.net/ps/#!p.m=13954&p.c=1034&p.sk=1
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by Zdude » Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:41 pm


Tony Nitrous wrote:
Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:13 am
Possibly not as much as I’d like, but Webike Japan do spacers that lift the stock set up a little.


https://japan.webike.net/ps/#!p.m=13954&p.c=1034&p.sk=1
Tony, several of us on here purchased these spacers, I got 2 sets for maximum effect. There is a noticeable difference but you will not mistake it for Heli-bar kits or similar efforts. The problem is that if you exceed what these kits offer you have to change some things. I know the brake lines are about at their limit with the 2 spacers on each side like I did, not sure about throttle and other cables or wires. If a well engineered kit becomes available, I'll jump on it, till then I believe this is as good as your gonna get.
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by HouTexH2SX » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:50 pm


Zdude wrote:
Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:41 pm
Tony Nitrous wrote:
Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:13 am
Possibly not as much as I’d like, but Webike Japan do spacers that lift the stock set up a little.


https://japan.webike.net/ps/#!p.m=13954&p.c=1034&p.sk=1
Tony, several of us on here purchased these spacers, I got 2 sets for maximum effect. There is a noticeable difference but you will not mistake it for Heli-bar kits or similar efforts. The problem is that if you exceed what these kits offer you have to change some things. I know the brake lines are about at their limit with the 2 spacers on each side like I did, not sure about throttle and other cables or wires. If a well engineered kit becomes available, I'll jump on it, till then I believe this is as good as your gonna get.
I have 2 sets of these on mine as well for a 10mm rise. I don't think you can put on a 3rd set due to the clamping space on the forks as well as possible problems with cables.

Like you said, an improvement but minimal.
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by motoman » Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:53 pm


57x wrote:
Thu May 24, 2018 6:12 pm
This kit for the Ninja 1000 / Z1000SX looks like it would fit.
What about just installing the bar mounts from the Ninja 1000?
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by 57x » Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:28 pm


motoman wrote:
Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:53 pm
57x wrote:
Thu May 24, 2018 6:12 pm
This kit for the Ninja 1000 / Z1000SX looks like it would fit.
What about just installing the bar mounts from the Ninja 1000?
I have these bikes sitting side by side. My girlfriend rides a 2015 Ninja1000. There would be a hole in the upper triple clamp that locates the bars on the H2 SX that would not be covered. The bars on the H2 SX are forward of the forks and lower, they also tip downward. The Ninja 1000 bars are back, higher and tip upwards. Maybe they would clear the H2 SX tank, but someone else would have to try that as I am not interested in tearing two bikes down to figure it out. It looks like it would be ugly and too tall/back. I would think the windscreen shape on the H2 SX would no cover you, so you would have lots of wind on you.
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Re: Handlebar Raisers?

Post by HaraldB » Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:27 pm


Here comes the solution (I haven‘t got my bike back now, so I cannot tell you anything about it yet).



https://ab-m.de/en/umbau-detail/17/neue ... nja-h2-sx-


https://ab-m.de/en/motorcycle-customizi ... s-webshop/
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