Yeah. I've been doing this for a little over 35 years. So I know I'm going to do it, before buying the bike, and (there is quite a price range on how it gets done) add the price into the price of the bike.Anyone have them one and can tell me how they feel? 04/05 bike!
:+1: Good points made!!! But screw that fairing bs and go Naked!!!Yeah. I've been doing this for a little over 35 years. So I know I'm going to do it, before buying the bike, and (there is quite a price range on how it gets done) add the price into the price of the bike.
But to the point, it transforms the bike. If you need additional rave reviews, beyond what the members here have to say (but you shouldn't) and you don't acknowlege the why of the sitting position of the SuperMoto racer, and the flat track racer and the Moto Cross racer and the Desert Racer and the Trials competitor, Then check out a feature article done by Sport Rider a year or so ago called...Ultimate Sport Bike- Build your own.
They did the street fighter conversion to their R1, and took it to a canyon to evaluate, on the real world twisties. They were flat Amazed in the increased performance and handling.
That's what this handle bar conversion is... Not just comfort...but sitting right to control your bike better, on the public street/road/highway.
The leaving the plastic on (instead of the full street fighter route) is the best thing. Having the bars, plus having the fairing split the wind before it hits you.
Just do it. :helmet:
Did you post up any pics of it on the forum?? or just scared to show it off??:badteeth:I've got the Spiegler setup on my 08 and absolutely love the transformation. That's right, transformation. The handling and control are much better for street use. If I had a track only machine I'd have clip-ons but for the street there is no comparison for my 52yr old bones. The clip-ons were not even an option for me. Just couldn't ride more than 30miles at a clip. What is amazing is how much more there is to it than just comfort. Wheelies are MUCH easier. I think it looks great myself. JMHO. Hey, it's your bike, enjoy it. :thumbsup: