One of the best upgrades I have done. The product fit and finish is excellent. I added these to further take the beating off my wrists. They absorb a ton of shock and the only time I can tell they are moving is when I pull up on them to wheelie over stuff. I recommend this for anyone owe rides in rough terrain.
I went out on a limb and bought these bars based on other reviews. They have been on my KDX220R for 5+ years and I love them. I am building a KDX/KX hybrid and am looking for another pair right now. I won't finish my build until I have a pair for my new bike! It is an investment, but well worth it!
My Flexx Bars is something I will not go without now that I have used them. So glad I have this top notch set of bars.
I put these flex bars on a yfz 450r. I like them but they take some time getting the right feel. Comes with 3 diff bushings from lighter to harder. These bars are kinda rough to get used to but they do absorb alot of shock making for a overall better handling on the atv.
So I've only had these for a handful of rides, they are mounted on Trail Tech Bar Raisers for a Scotts undermount set up. I had a "get off" at about 50mph in sand and was knocked out for over 30 minutes, chest protector saved my life, dislocated my ribs off my sternum....but I bent the bar raisers, and not the bars! Trail Tech said it hasn't happened before with the Steering Stabilizer mounted. I thought I bent the bar end.
I have had both hands injured on active duty numerous times. These bars are nothing more than suspension for your hands. If I am riding motocross and its pretty smooth I use the soft elastomers to prevent basically all arm pump, then when I ride trails I change to the yellow for the wash outs, rocks, and so on. By far the best investment you can make when it comes to controls. And there is an abundance of room to mount everything with out the bend of normal bars. Just google what the bend/rise/and width is on the bars you have if its comfortable and compare to the chart.
Second set for my two trx 450's, Great bars, great ride.
I Had Wrist surgery 2- years ago and recently it started bothering me a gain. Ive always see these bars but the price was keeping me from buying them. At first it feels funny that the bars are moving so much. Just ride the bike and you stop noticing it after a bit. After riding at the track 3 times the pain in the wrist was much less. But i didn't notice the "no arm pump" in fact i think it was more,but i might be holding on tighter its just getting use to the bars moving. I think it was worth the money.
BTY you don't have to get the special hand guards to mount on.