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post #1 of 16 Old 07-07-2007, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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FS: Renthal Ultra Low Bars

I'm going to order some Renthal High Road Bars today and expect them to arrive later this week. As soon as they are installed, I am going to sell my Renthal Ultra Lows (gold). They are in excellent condition, pre-drilled for the 919 controls, and ready to install. I'd like to get $50 for them plus actual USPS shipping cost.

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post #2 of 16 Old 07-07-2007, 08:41 AM
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i am interested, can you send me a pic or two of them on your 919? my email is: [email protected]

btw where in NY are you ?

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I'm on the east side of Rochester. Here's a picture taken in the Spring:


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Hey Ken, can you tell me how the Ultra Lows compare to the factory bars?
What's different - 'cause to me they look very similar (which is why I haven't made the switch yet).
I think I need something a little less swept back. My palms, thumbs, & wrists have a tendency to get a little tingly.

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Here are some different views.
You can see how much lower they are & more forward.

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Thanks for the shots, xrmikey. Pictures say 1000 words, but here's the measurements just in case that's helpful omaha:

Stock Bars
Width: 660
Height: 102
Pullback: 190

Ultra Lows
Width: 725
Height: 75
Pullback: 95

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me by PM here or by email at kb at rochester dot rr dot com

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Between the pics and the specs, I think I have enough info to take the plunge.
Thanks to both of you!
xrmikey - that's one sexy beast you got there.

Ken, I'd be interested in those bars too, but elmalo spoke up first so if you don't work something out together, would you send me a message?
Thanks!

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Please post up pics with the new bars..... I want to fix the vibes also, but want to keep the stock riding position....

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omaha - I have not heard back from elmalo919 on this thread so I have to assume he is no longer intersested. My new bars were backordered for a couple days but are now in transit and due here on 7/17. I'm anxious to get them installed and would be able to get the Ultra Lows shipped out by the end of next week. If you would like them, please PM me and we'll get it done.

67GTONUT - I'll be happy to post some pics when I'm done and some ride impressions too. I've PM'd a few folks here that have them, like razorbike, and they are very happy with them. The High Bars aren't exactly stock measurement -- 710 width (50mm wider than stock) and 120 height (18mm more than stock) -- but with my body style, I'm certain they'll work well for me.

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ahh ****.. forgot all about this. dangit.

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New bars are installed. Went for a 20 mile ride tonight. Really like them a lot. The Ultra Lows are very nice looking and I'm sure for others with different body style they are fine, but the High Road Bars are a much better fit for me.

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I guess my question will be.... do they feel like the stock bars pretty much, without the 4000rpm buzz?

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Buzz: stock > ultra lows > high roads

But I was never very sensitive to the vibes. Although the stock bars are much worse than either Renthal bars I've ridden with. I was making a change more because of ride position.

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hey ken.. whats the part number on the bars you just picked up? where'd ya get them? pita to install?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by elmalo919 View Post
hey ken.. whats the part number on the bars you just picked up? where'd ya get them? pita to install?
Manufacturer Part #: 756-01

I picked them up from Deniss Kirk here.

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