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Verified Purchaser
San Diego
Sold as is

I bought this awhile back. It fits well and came in good condition. I'll note a few details to help future buyers. It does now come with holes for your clutch mount, etc. It will reduce the turning radius on a 2009 Honda Rebel, but not to a point of concern. It's a good buy though.

Verified Purchaser
Portland, OR
Fantastic build quality, if a bit small.

I've actually got two sets of these bars now, because they are reliably straight and consistently sized. The center is a bit short, so you'll want to take the dimensions into account and measure your triple to ensure a proper fit. Some older bikes with the clamps cast into the top triple can have too little rise to allow for these bars to clear the fork caps. Most bikes won't see any problem, but there are a few out there that need risers.

Verified Purchaser
Weird angles

I put this on my 2003 Z1000, It didn't fit right so I made some "adjustments" to it. Fits ok now but I expected from the picture that the shape would have been a little more flat to one plane rather than making an L shape if you look at it from the sides. Either way the quality was good and it did it's intended job.

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Rondell
Q: Ok I have a 2002 cb900f which is also considered a honda hornet. will these club man handlebars fit on this bike properly.
Over 4 years ago
As most people know it's a naked bike my only concern is the steering after this adjustment be made. This bike as is with the risen type bars will allready turn the bars right into the gas tank. So with these bars pointing at more of an angle towards the tank, isn't that going to take away some of the turn radius?
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: You are correct with your assumption of losing clearance with the gas tank. Unfortunately, with universal type bars you will run into this on some models and applications. The degree that these bars come back are more aggressive than stock and you'll sacrifice your tank clearance in your situation.
target
Q: How do you no witch handle bars can fit my bike
Over 4 years ago
RacerHooligan
Over 4 years ago
A: Measurements. It says in your profile you've got a GSX-R 600, which uses clip-on style bars, not standard/clubman bars. These bars won't work with that bike. For any other bike, you need to look at the dimensional measurements on the product details page, then measure your top triple clamp and bar clamps to ensure you're ordering the correct style of bars. If all else fails, MotoSport customer service will attempt to answer any question you might have, and steer you toward the appropriate product for your bike/needs.
MotoSportRyanT
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: Your 2009 Suzuki GSXR600 would use "Clip-On" style handlebars. ( http://www.motosport.com/motorcycle/search?textsearch=clip%20on&ride=SUZUKI;GSXR600;2009&mmy_source=topnav&page=1 )
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
BikeMaster 7/8" Clubman Bar 110540