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Old 05-11-2007, 11:07 PM   #1
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best bar ends?

Im looking for some good bar ends with good vibration control.

what are some good ones? looking mainly for black color.
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Stock.
If not stock get the Throttlemeister heavy ones. They're awesome and they work as a throttle lock.
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Stock.
If not stock get the Throttlemeister heavy ones. They're awesome and they work as a throttle lock.

Yeh I was thinking about stock... The bike came with some aftermarket cheezy ones, and one just fell off somewheres:laughing6
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I got an extra set that work perfect on my fiddy with lots of vibration and falling on that I'll give you!!! and they're black let me know Chris!!
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been looking for a set of bar ends myself and i found these
http://www.hvmp.com/default.htm

wonder if anyone has used these, they seem to be heavier than the stock ones. and a whole lot cheaper than the $147 throttlemeisters.
anyone use these before??
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I'd go with stock, over the hvmp IMO. The stock ones are typically cheaper; $10.00 - 20.00, and the weight is usually just fine.

The Throttlemeister are expensive, BUT are also a throttle lock, and can most times be moved from bike to bike just by buying the insert.
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just mix up some mud and rock in a 20/80 mixture and smash it in the clip-on.
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No No No, It's 80/20!!!:laughing6
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These bar ends are heavier than stock and help reduce vibration.

http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore...p?idproduct=43

I have these on my ZX-10R and had them on my RC-51 before I sold it.
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