July 13, 2012(Winston, NC)
Bought them they came right on time. Had to drill a hole for the controls to fit but a little electrical tape so the drill didn't wander and ready to install. Installed them in my apt parking lot. Easy and the powder coat looks great.
CB 750 Cafe with Drag Bars
April 10, 2012(Pullman, WA)
I am not getting paid to say, these bars look great and the motorcycle superstore service was excellent as well. Thanks!
Larry H -
September 02, 2011(Westminster, CO)
The bars are great, feel better than I thought, also look good on my bike.
August 31, 2011(Rochester, NY)
Finish is excellent. Hard to say anything bad they are good bars for a good price. I would buy these again.
August 30, 2011(Plumerville, AR)
Pretty straight forward install and look great on my Suzi!
David G -
August 19, 2011(Surrey, BC)
easy to install a little cable rerouting and that's it. These bars make handling easier than bars with rises.
July 08, 2011(NM, NM)
Currently rebuilding a '75 RD 350 and wanted bars more sporty than stock. I started with clubman bars but like the drag bars also. Unfortunately almost all dark/black bars/mirrors etc are painted black (maybe power coated) but I'd prefer black chrome but that's almost impossible to find these days so these bars will work.
Cheap, but it'll do (1996 Suzuki Bandit 600)
July 07, 2011(Fairview Park, OH)
The part fit nicely but requires drilling for the throttle assembly. It's no big deal, just make sure to mark off of your old bars so you don't wind up with things in the wrong position. Made in China. For the price I'm not surprised, but I would have gladly paid more for something American made.
July 06, 2011(Long Valley, NJ)
Overall nice bars, I really like being wider and lower on the SV. It's no fault of the manufacturer, but the sv650 tank doesn't allow you to have any pullback without hitting controls. What was a problem during installation was the thick powdercoat on these things! I bought the black bar and had to sand off the paint as my throttle tube wouldn't slide on (or spin). Will try these again after installing some small handlebar clamp risers to see if I can get a better bend.
Installed on an '85 CB650SC
June 02, 2011(Lancaster, PA)
These (black) bars look killer on an '85 CB650. Cake to install. Makes tucking behind the gauges at high speeds much more stable and gives the whole bike a more solid feel; however wobbles develop at lower speeds when riding one handed with the new bars. A word of warning if you're looking into this for your Honda CB: The kill switch and hi-lo beam controls touch the tank and do not allow the front forks to go far enough left to lock them-but give you enough play to ride normally without worry. Could be fixed by mellowing the factory bend by a few degrees or extending the bars. Also- I didn't have an inch to spare with mounting the controls (30" bars would have been ideal)