The TRS CNC GROM bars are as low and race like as you can get without having to trim the bodywork. Just unbolt your stock bars, and bolt the main plate to your existing bar mounts. This also allows you to add risers or spacers if necessary to customize the bars.
What is different from ours compared to others you ask.
- For one price, we have better quality parts, using 6160 Billet Clamps NOT cast like others.
- We have use Solid 6061 ROD to help with vibration and steering feel.
- We have drilled both ends for Bar end Mirrors. Others use Chinese tubing. Do you really want to be doing wheelies or cornering with Chinese tubing.
- We make these 100 % in our USA machine shop with USA aluminum at a more affordable price.
Comes in either Raw or Hard Black Anodized
Putting the bars together is simple enough… the biggest thing to look for though is making sure you have the bar clamps on correctly… Also you need to open clamp with screw driver or what we do is spray ends with spray wax to slide inside without scratching anodizing.
First thing you’ll want to do is drill the bars for your controls. On the throttle-side, you’ll want to drill a 3/16″ hole, about 5.75″ from the end of the aluminum bar (not the plastic cap)… It does NOT matter where you drill the hole around the outside circumference of the bar…. what is important is the distance from the end. The bar can be loosened and rotated later to make things line up.
The Clutch-side will need the hole drilled at 6.375″ from the end of the aluminum bar.
Ok, so obviously once installed you will have some extra throttle cable now that has to go somewhere…. you need to pull the headlight off, and re-route some cables and wires… NOTICE i have not re-installed the right side brake lever yet.. you’ll have to maneuver it around the throttle cables so that nothing binds under the headlight.
You’ll need to loosen the wires from the “hooks” that hold everything, and also disconnect the two plugs on the left so that you can re-arrange the wires and cables… You will also need to remove the front brake line from the hook holding the rubber grommet just under the right side of the dash