I'm looking for some help and advice in my search for tall t-bars / drag bars.
I've been looking for t-bars with a rise of 10inches and up but they're pretty much non existant. There are tons out there for Harleys with 3.5inch center to centre measurements but none for Victory with 4.875inch c-t-c.
I have a MY12 Vegas 8 Ball with stock bars and have riden one with high ball apes. I like the riding position but prefer something more agressive and the thing is the 8 Ball with apes is also my brother's ride so don't want to get the same as him.
So if anyone's has seen these type of handlebars for Victory bikes or knows anything that would help, I'd be keen to hear about it.
Arlen Ness makes modular drag bars with a ten inch rise (I think it's 10). They're not typical looking like West Coast t bars, or wild one, but the riding position is similar. Also, there are the LA choppers club bars that get RAVE reviews. And I saw on their Facebook page that they were making them for Victory now. http://www.lachoppers.com/catalog/di...482/index.html
2-theres other stuff out there, just gotta do research.
Hope this helps some.
2012 Hammer 8-Ball
Skeleton hand mirrors.
Victory Bandit seat (So much better rider & passenger)
Leather lever covers.
Standard driver foot control for vegas. (2" foward)
Quick release 12" Back rest. (TOMAHAWK chopper style)
K&N Air Filter
Metzeler 260/40x18 & 130/70x18
Handmade leather side bag.
More to come...........
youre in Australia you wont get a better product than Burleigh Bars,
I got Dave to make up the 'roller bars' on my Vegas, custom made to sit in the same position as stock but a bit easier on the wrists.
He does lots of different styles in whatever thickness you like,
I prefer the chunky 1 3/4" ones myself.
Check out the website http://www.burleighbars.com.au/
No AfterDarker mines a Vegas and not on the site, well not yet, we should get some pix of it up.
Great looking bars hey....nothing comes close!
MB They are great looking bars, I am thinking seriously about them....
However for these custom bars I think I will have to ride to the Gold Coast to get a fitting.
Bit hard to tell the ergonomics and the overall fit with any precision, unless you ride to their shop, I think.
A bit like getting measured up for tailored clothing...