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Thanks for all the great suggestions so far. For those who have gotten Bike Bros:

1) do the 2 gnarled sections match up with the stock clamps?

2) is the riding posture brought back any, or just out? Thanks!
 

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I have got installed the https://www.bb-speedshop.de/en/triu...-oldstyle-bobber-1-chrome-cables-inside?c=140 on my Bobber, It is the same model with the wiring inside. I like it a lot. the bars are wider what is fine for me.
Hey man, two more follow up questions:
1) the brake/clutch cables are on the outside still, right?
2) are those the Mirror Montanas that they sell as well? How do they mount to the bars? I don't remember seeing a threaded hole on the controls. Thanks!
 

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Hey man, two more follow up questions:
1) the brake/clutch cables are on the outside still, right?
2) are those the Mirror Montanas that they sell as well? How do they mount to the bars? I don't remember seeing a threaded hole on the controls. Thanks!
The brake and clutch cables are on the outside. You will need the cable extender kit as the originals are a few inch too short.
I got the Montana mirrors at the same time as the bars and they come with extended bolts that replace the original bolts holding the levers in place
 

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Another option if you just want a little more pull back is Motone’s up and over risers :nerd:
https://www.motone.co.uk/motorcycle...-over-riser-kit-for-one-inch-bars-black-p2063
Those look great! I might pick up a pair, thanks!


The brake and clutch cables are on the outside. You will need the cable extender kit as the originals are a few inch too short.
I got the Montana mirrors at the same time as the bars and they come with extended bolts that replace the original bolts holding the levers in place
Great, thanks! I'm running the OEM high bars right now, which has the Triumph extended cables. I asked Bike Brothers how their kit compared and he replied, "if you've got the high handlebars you already have the extended cables" so I think i'm good to go!
 

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The Speeedy bars don't feel like they curve inwards very much when you sit on it. Doesn't feel totally different from the wide old bars on the Stelvio...
 

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Hey man, two more follow up questions:
1) the brake/clutch cables are on the outside still, right?
2) are those the Mirror Montanas that they sell as well? How do they mount to the bars? I don't remember seeing a threaded hole on the controls. Thanks!

1) Yes, they are outside
2) Also yes, these are Montanas. The dealer has made a thread to fasten the mirros and the indicators.



You can see it in the picture.
 

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