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Carbon Fiber Handlebar Tubes




CF Handlebar Tubes

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Carbon fiber 7/8" handlebar replacement tubes. Sold as a pair


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Mmmmmmmmmm this might have to get added to the carbonator project mmmmmmm

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After all this time Andrew, Why fight it?
Besides it will just make Randy drool even more over what he will never get his hands on.

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After all this time Andrew, Why fight it?
Besides it will just make Randy drool even more over what he will never get his hands on.
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Chief mechanic Scooter says.....

7/8 ths of an inch is the standard measurement for clipon bars.
Just know that these will not be easily compatible with all F4s.
These carbon tubes are designed to slide into brackets that attach to the top of the fork.
Like these (note that 50mm is the wrong size for an F4 fork, it's just an example): http://motowheels.com/i-6921907-moto...-ons-50mm.html

My F4 750 from 2000 has the original two piece version that these carbon clipons would be compatible with (See picture 1).

Recent versions of the F4 have a one piece clipon / tube design (See picture 2)

The carbon bar above will not work with these. You'd have to source the adapter that allows the 7/8 ths carbon tube to be installed and then consider how to mount your clutch & brake master cylinder fluid reservoirs.
Also know that the carbon tubes come in one length only and you'd need to test fit / measure / cut to length.
I'm pretty sure that these carbon bars will not work with any of the F4 1000 series without further expenditure.

I have a set of these on my 2002 R1, sourced from Motowheels in 2006 from their trade stand at the Laguna Seca MotoGP. They are a very nice component.
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7/8 ths of an inch is the standard measurement for clipon bars.
Just know that these will not be easily compatible with all F4s.
These carbon tubes are designed to slide into brackets that attach to the top of the fork.
Like these (note that 50mm is the wrong size for an F4 fork, it's just an example): http://motowheels.com/i-6921907-moto...-ons-50mm.html

My F4 750 from 2000 has the original two piece version that these carbon clipons would be compatible with (See picture 1).

Recent versions of the F4 have a one piece clipon / tube design (See picture 2)

The carbon bar above will not work with these. You'd have to source the adapter that allows the 7/8 ths carbon tube to be installed and then consider how to mount your clutch & brake master cylinder fluid reservoirs.
Also know that the carbon tubes come in one length only and you'd need to test fit / measure / cut to length.
I'm pretty sure that these carbon bars will not work with any of the F4 1000 series without further expenditure.

I have a set of these on my 2002 R1, sourced from Motowheels in 2006 from their trade stand at the Laguna Seca MotoGP. They are a very nice component.
Thanks Dave,
After seeing these being posted I went drooling towards my F4 wondering if they would fit, but found what you have explained above. Mine is the one piece clip on style.

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No time like the present!

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