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Old 12-07-07, 11:32   #1
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Removing the bar ends without damaging the smooth finish is very easy to do with the right tools and a bit of know how. The following is for the throttle side.

1) First remove the throttle to expose the two retainer clip holes and pin hole (located on the bottom side.

2) I used an old bicycle grip cut down to fit over the end piece which allows you to hold the piece while you unscrew the 3-mm Allen bolt.

3) Once the end piece is removed, you will need to use the small screw driver to push the retaining pin down. If you donít do this the bar end assembly is NOT going to come out.

4) Next screw the end piece back in part way to give you some thing to pull on.

5) Push in the retainer clips on both sides, and pull on the end piece.

6) Thatís all there is to it. No galling the end piece with channel-locks, or spaying lubricant into the handle bar.





















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Old 12-07-07, 12:22   #2
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Good job bro! Thanks :2tu 8)
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Nice post! Good pics, good explanations.
Thanks for taking the time.
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Forgive me for being retarded, but what the hell is that long bar inside the clip on supposed to do? Other than hold on to the bar end...?
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I think it is to dampen vibration?
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Forgive me for being retarded, but what the hell is that long bar inside the clip on supposed to do? Other than hold on to the bar end...?
it's for reducing vibration through the bars similar to a bar snake which does the same job hope this helps
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That's a good post. I had to change mine when I jacked one up from a track crash. Wish I woulda had this info then. I had no idea that damping bar was in there, took me forever to figure it out...I thought it was there to reinforce the bar, since the clip on didn't get bent at all.
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It may take 30 seconds to perform, but it took me 5 minutes to read. LOL!!

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Anybody got a set of the bar inserts that they want to donate/loan for the purpose of getting Throttlemeister to make an application for the Daytona?
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I have a question for you Dale...

What if you just want to replace the bar end piece with a new bar end piece, like a Rizoma or Skyking?

Do you simply undo the allen and it comes off, or do you have to push pins down too, to get it off? Or, do you have to go as far as you did in this disassembly?
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