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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-09-2008, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Fast By Ferracci clip ons ??

Has anyone used these yet on the F4 1000 S? I just got them.They were originally for the 750. So you have to buy bars also to use them. The are in a 8 degree angle upward to help wrist while riding. From what I gather by the way that they are angled this is how they should go? (see pic) Its just that on stock clip ons swivel is toward inner of tripple tree. Has anyone else tried these yet??
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-09-2008, 05:49 PM
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I have them on my 750. Much improved angle IMHO. Here's a comparison to the angles vs. stock on a 750:
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Although I do not have any personal experience on the Ferracci bars for the MV F4... from what I have been able to read about and research, they can actually make the angles WORSE for the 1000cc bikes, as the clip-ons for the 1000 bikes are different from the 750cc bikes... I could be wrong, but that's what I have read on the forum archives.
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Thats how they go. I have them on my 750. I find them quite comfortable.

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Jimmy i have one on my bike too.
since i have't ride the stock one so i can't able to tell you the different.
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If you compare both bars together. You will see the stock bar on bottom is angle down more compared to Ferracci clip ons. So yeah they should make a difference on the F4 1000.
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Has anyone used these yet on the F4 1000 S? I just got them.They were originally for the 750. So you have to buy bars also to use them. The are in a 8 degree angle upward to help wrist while riding. From what I gather by the way that they are angled this is how they should go? (see pic) Its just that on stock clip ons swivel is toward inner of tripple tree. Has anyone else tried these yet??
hi the way you have them in the pic is not the way they are installed they go on the reverse way, i just installed them on my bike today,!

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for those of you who have installed them on F4 1000
did you have to reroute any cables or wiring or anything

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Jimmy,

Have a look at www.performanceparts.de they do a few variations of a 0 degree bar clamp/bars

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