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Can anyone tell me the dimensions of the standard bars. I'm wanting to put a wider higher bar on like the Rizoma.
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Can anyone tell me the dimensions of the standard bars. I'm wanting to put a wider higher bar on like the Rizoma.
Standard bar is 28 mm.
Many accessory bars have 28,6 mm. You can use an expanding reamer to make them fit.

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I am thinken about doing the same. How does the expandibg reamer work? I am not quite sure what it is


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Post pics if you do this. I might be interested in something like this also.
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here you go, an expanding reamer;

http://www.brownells.com/userdocs/sk...70656004_2.jpg

get the angled blade type because of the joint between the triple clamp and the bar clamp

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G'day,

Just fitted a pair of Rizoma M005 bars to my 1078. No troubles fitting them. If you nip the clamp down the bars wont rotate freely so it's a bit of a patience thing to get them in the right spot if you dont want to scratch the anodizing. Having said that the standard bars on mine are the same. I had to tap the top clamp off to release it.

They are a bit lower, maybe a bit wider although I never compared them too much. Less vibration and look a lot better plus they're red. Say no more!

If you feel you have to open the clamp up, an adjustable reamer is going to set you back a lot more than a set of bars. If you have to, the same result can be achieved with some bearing blue and bit of careful filing or scraping with a hand bearing scraper. Or use a small die grinder with a barrel sanding attachment. There's not that much in it to warrant it really in my opinion.

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Standard bar is 28 mm.
Many accessory bars have 28,6 mm.
I need to clarify that this was the case at my '12 1090 RR.
Don't know anything about other years of construction.

It was definitely not possible to close the clamp on the new bar (LSL X01 carbon) with 28,6 mm diameter on the clamp area.

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I need to clarify that this was the case at my '12 1090 RR.
Don't know anything about other years of construction.

It was definitely not possible to close the clamp on the new bar (LSL X01 carbon) with 28,6 mm diameter on the clamp area.

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Juergen,

Go to the Carpimoto.it site and look up Rizoma handlebars. They have all the specs and measurements in downloadable pdf.

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Juergen,

Standard handlebar on my 1078 is 28mm diameter in the clamp area.

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as close to the clamp as I can get the stock bar ('08) is 27.90mm

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