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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 06-26-2014, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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Clip-on angle

Hi all
I'm thinking of replace my clip-ons with something slightly more comfortable iv tried the mod were you us the standed bars upside down buts a bit too much.
I wondering it anyone can tell me the degree of fall on the standed f4s bars as I think a slight reduction in the angle would plenty
I was looking at the Harris adjustable but they don't fit the mv 58mm fork tops
I'm sure someone will know
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What year bike do you have? The 05 and later clip ons were a less severe angle.
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look around a bit......
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=100529

for a while it was the post just before yours


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Fast by Ferracci makes them, or used to, and Cycle Cat did also.
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I've used these, fully adjustable - http://www.performanceparts.de/en/MV...lar-clamp.html

Also now available here - http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...isers-clip-ons

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The Ferracci bars work for me.
You need good "core" strength to support your body.
Using your legs to grip the tank.
Takes the strain off your arms/wrists.

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Thumbs up Apex bars?

Donsy;
check these and they're $229..

http://www.apexmfg.com/products/product/view/11/172

here is how it works on YouTube;

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You guys running adjustable bars, how about clearance with the front fairing and gas tank. I looked at my 2007 F4 and there doesn't appear to be much room for moving things around.
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look at the video in my last post

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