ZRX Bar update

Charles Scappaticci scapco at ecentral.com
Wed Oct 17 10:13:53 PDT 2012


You do lose a little off the ends.  It will feel a little funny after those
long LSL bars, but it will feel more natural once you get used to them.

Charles S.

On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 5:03 PM, dominatr37 <dominatr37 at optonline.net>wrote:

> I finally got around to installing the ZRX1200 handlebars today. I put
> everything back together, and the bike did not start. I of course pulled
> the right control back apart, found nothing wrong, then the sky looked like
> it was about to start pouring, so I pushed it back into the shed. Once
> there I realized the left grip had a connector on it that was pulled out
> for the clutch kill switch. I reconnected it and everything started right
> up. I may have to pull it all apart again tomorrow though. The throttle
> tube is not returning on its own. I think its from the grip glue. I can say
> the heated grips work once again, but I didn’t ride it yet with the new
> bars in place. Somehow it looks like I lost some bar space with the new
> bars, as one of the ram mounts I had on the old bars really has no place to
> go. I’ll mess with that more tomorrow too. I found my old bar ends and
> installed them on the new bars. I can’t wait to try it out.
> Ralph L..Angelo, Jr.
> Author/Writer
> Redemption of the Sorcerer, The Crystalon Saga, Book One.
> Help! They're all out to get me! The Motorcyclists Guide to Surviving the
> Everyday World.

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