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Just installed these Friday night.
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Please ignore the left grip.. ran into a problem.
I got the bars, the bar weight inserts, and a separate bracket to relocate the speedo and I have to say it feels great. Clutch cable has been a bitch to work with but I'm def going to replace the clutch and throttle cables at this point, they've been pains in the ass. What do you guys think? oh btw, who decided it was a good idea to make the clutch perch a C clamp instead of a u clamp...?
 

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Barnett and Motion pro used to make custom cables

You can either give them the dimensions and send them photos or send them a sample and tell them how much longer or shorter you want them and they turn them around pretty quick

I'm sure there are other manufacturers I don't know if somebody like HEL only does brake lines same goes with Speigler, I have never bought cables from them
 

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Yeah, I made my own using Venhill. Good skill to learn as well.
Wasn’t too expensive either.
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FJ09 cable is a little longer and without the metal bend, I have a Venhill cable I bought premade that works great with my clip ons. Definitely look into rearsets, even the cheaper lextek ones are pretty nice.
 

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Yeah, I made my own using Venhill. Good skill to learn as well.
Wasn’t too expensive either.
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oh cool, I might as well replace both of them at the same time, since I think both require removing the airbox yeah?
 

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FJ09 cable is a little longer and without the metal bend, I have a Venhill cable I bought premade that works great with my clip ons. Definitely look into rearsets, even the cheaper lextek ones are pretty nice.
Which venhill did you buy? I assume it has to be about 2-3 inches shorter for the clip-ons/cafe bars?
 

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I bought whatever ones they have listed for our bikes, it worked perfectly for the woodcrafts, but I also dremeled out the area in front of the key a little more on the gen 2 and routed it up there.
 

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Yeah, I made my own using Venhill. Good skill to learn as well.
Wasn’t too expensive either.
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If I get that braided one too, do I just grab black PVC to cover it for a cleaner look?
 

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Well I installed the clutch and throttle cables, I got one and figured I might as well get the other since I have to take off the airbox.

H O L Y H E L L. The Throttle cable was a bitch to put in. It took three of us to get it in! But it's in now and according to Venhill it doesn't require lube so I hope it lasts at least 10 years lol. Clutch cable is very finnicky and on my Gen 1 it's way too short.
 
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