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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-13-2010, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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Stock or S4R Handlebar Dimensions

Hi guys,

Does anyone happen to know the width/rise/sweep of our stock Brutale bars or ideally the dimensions of the stock S4R bars?

S4R bars are bloody expensive but I was hoping to that I could replicate those dimensions with a set of Renthals.

Just thought I would ask about the dimensions before I spend my evening measuring mine.

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-13-2010, 02:21 PM
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Hi Jonb, if you search the threads, you'll find someone who's done this before - cheers

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thanks i can find a lot of pics and positive feedback but very little in the way of what the width, rise, and sweep of the bars are.
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hey...
just switched out my stock bars for the S4R magura's and preliminary results are totally favorable (i.e. THEY ROCK)
more to follow...
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Would you mind measuring the width and height of the S4R bars?
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I disagree.....I actually bought a Brutie bar and put it on my S4RS. I like the ergos of the Brutie bar way over those of the Ducati bar.

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I disagree.....I actually bought a Brutie bar and put it on my S4RS. I like the ergos of the Brutie bar way over those of the Ducati bar.
That's because you are a REAL man

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I have to agree with Freddyn, I also have the S4R bars and they are way better, puts a little more weight over the front and and are wider, not mention that it looks "well ard" and more street fighter look ( not Ducati street fighter of course!)

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I disagree.....I actually bought a Brutie bar and put it on my S4RS. I like the ergos of the Brutie bar way over those of the Ducati bar.
Perhaps you should start a S4/Brute forum for people who want to swap gear :-)

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