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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 03-12-2019, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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Motune or super corse risers?

Need a pair but one looks significantly cheaper, is there much difference; I need pullback rather than height.
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Need a pair but one looks significantly cheaper, is there much difference; I need pullback rather than height.
I can’t conment on the super corse, but I have the Motone ones, and they’re just fine..
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It looks like the Super Corse risers will only give a 1" height but no additional pull back. I don't have their risers but have other Super Corse parts and the quality/fitment is very good.
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Having bought a number of Motone items... I’ve found the quality and service to be of the very highest of standards so personally wouldn’t consider anything else.
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Ok, so having short arms, can further pull back be achieved through alternate Triumph bars alone? Or a combination of other bars and risers without the expense of additional cabling/hoses. Not keen on the extreme of the ape hangers though..
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Ok, so having short arms, can further pull back be achieved through alternate Triumph bars alone? Or a combination of other bars and risers without the expense of additional cabling/hoses. Not keen on the extreme of the ape hangers though..
Motone offer an option that rises up and back by 1”.
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Is there a way of coming further back without other cables using other bars or is the Motune option the maximum?
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Hey @Birdy , did you previously post on the Thunderbird1600 forum?

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Motone is ergonomic better.
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