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Old 12-11-12, 13:07   #1
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Default Trying to.. Daytona to STriple

Hi guys!
I'm just thinking about make my bike more comfortable, because I'm riding long trips and it is resulting very hard, after 400 kms I just want to cut my hands (sorry for my bad english)
So.. What about installing a ST handlebar and all the stuff into my Daytona 675, however, I don't want to make more comestic modifications, just improving the riding position.
What will I need?
- Handlebar (without needing to cut the fairing)
- Throttle and clutch cables (think are longer)
- Bottom yoke?

Well, I'll wait for your answers
Thanks!!
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Old 12-11-12, 13:18   #2
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Handlebars will interfere with fairings.

If you want to try to get comfier without a full conversion, I made several 6+ hour rides with zero issues with the following mods:
- Helibars Clip-Ons
- Saddlemen Seat
- Attack Performance Rearsets
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Old 12-11-12, 13:38   #3
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Thanks
I tried the Heli, just a bit better, I have to change them because I had a lot of vibrations
Rearsets would be a nice way to start.
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If you're tall rearsets make a HUGE difference. I'm 6'2" and it went from occasionally cramping legs to freedom.
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