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Since i had my fairing down for amp upgrade i also did my handlebar... very happy :)
 

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the only thing which is cover bar a lit is a cup holder on the left side...anything else is above bar...
 

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yes you do...why confused ?
 

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thank you..these are my front and rear speakers..
 

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I logged in on my computer, I like the bars!
 

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more pics to see better
 

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Different strokes for different folks. I kinda like the lit speakers, although they are better served when parked on the strip of a big bike rally. The one thing *I* don't really understand is the whole 'big wheel' fad that's taken hold lately....

The bars look sharp (as in good-looking, as in OUCH!) :)
 

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+2" pull and +1" up
 

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Tarzanz Bar

+2" pull and +1" up
I like the look of your bars. Wondering if hands are above the fairing? Thinking a 1" rise wouldn't put hands that high or is it just the angle of the photo. I am going to order some but do a lot of cold weather riding and would like to keep hands out of wind.

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Dave
 

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2" pull and 1" up from stock one...but you can still play with them a lit up and down on mounting clamps...
btw Dave your signature is empty..(where are you from? what kinda of bike do you ride? )
 

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Castle Rock, CO 2012 CCT

Thought I added it will have to check.

Are your hands higher then the fairing?
 

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I have the Tarzanz bars from VB with +2 pullback. I ride in the cold too and have no problem positioning them behind the fairing. I have them in line with the speaker grills now, and LOVE the comfort and handling. I can push them up a few inches if I want to bad ass bagger look, but I'll reserve that for around town and bike nights. They are more versatile than stock for sure (and look amazing).
 
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