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post #1 of 7 Old 11-26-2006, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Renthal Ultra Low questions

Adding some Renthal Ultra Lows soon. Did some searches on these questions but didn't come up with any solid info. So, two questions:

1. What bar ends are needed/recommended with the Renthal Ultra Lows and whose sells them?

2. For the CRG bar end mirror - is the adapter still required or do I need something different to mount it?

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Ken - You did not do your homework... All this information is on my 919 webpage. Just busting you chops! On a serious note if you need any further info. let me know.

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CRG mirrors will mount directly to the bars; Renthal sells a bar end that fits the Ultra Lows; I currently have Rizoma's on mine. Cyclegear has a couple of brands with the proper adapters. I have also seen a one-size-fits-all bar end that will work as well.

Just a sidenote: I have found the search engine works better with one-word searches. Then I just sift through the forty or so hits that I get.

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Thanks, guys.

Mike, I read through your page and then I came across this in the search:
https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...ht=crg+bar+end

Right now I have a CRG bar end mirror attached to the stock bars with a CRG billet adapter. After reading that post and Mike's page I'm trying to figure out the difference between the CRG bar ends, Rizoma bar ends, Moose bar ends, what I already have and what I need.

Too much Bombay last night. My brain needs to clear

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Ken - You did not do your homework... All this information is on my 919 webpage. Just busting you chops! On a serious note if you need any further info. let me know.
Mike,
Are your Pazzo levers the long or short ones?

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Ken - You have a couple of options. Since you already have the CRG billet adapter you could use it withyour CRG mirror on the new handlebar and finish off the throttle side with a Moose bar end. This is the approach I did. The Moose bar end matches the finished flat look of CRG billet adapter. I went with the CRG billet internal adapter because it will give you a slightly better rear view vs. clamping the CRG mirror directly to the end of the handle bar.

If you choose to clamp the CRG mirror to the handlebar you could choose either the Rizoma bar ends or the Renthal bar ends. Either one will work. To the best of my knowledge CRG doe not make bar ends.

How is the 'ol head feeling today??? Yah gotta lay off the Bombay!

Rob - My Pazzo levers are the short ones. One finger pull for the clutch and two for the brake.

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Thanks, Mike. I also like having that mirror out a little further to improve the view so I'll just use the CRG adapter I already have and get a black Moose end for the throttle side. Looks like my Xmas list just had a new item added!

Head is better today! Too bad it has to be back at work...

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