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  • Which handle-bar

    I have a honda unicorn.i am thinking of changing its handle-bar. when i talked with my friend,he suggested fixing the handle-bar of pulsar 200. i am confused about whether it will fix correctly and will it touch the petrol tank.
    please suggest an option. which handle-bar best matches honda unicorn.?
    http://special-one.co.cc

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    Query Approved.
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      I also want to fit clip-on handle bar for Karizma. Saw some clip-ons in the shop but not satisfied with quality. Shop keeper says they have both for Karizma as well as Unicorn. But as mentioned, am not satisfied with quality. Will appreciate if someone could provide address where I can get good ones in Mumbai.

      BTW, my Karizma's not yet delivered .

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      • #4
        Please note when you are changing handle bars your clutch cable will be stressed and your clutch life will be reduced, one has to change the clutch cable too when you are changing the handle, which most of the guyz won't follow and end up in a roasted clutch ..
        "Engine tuning is not an exact science, but with some practice and patience you'll get comfortable with your skill and be able tune for any conditions mother nature throws at you"


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          Originally posted by psycho 98 View Post
          Please note when you are changing handle bars your clutch cable will be stressed and your clutch life will be reduced, one has to change the clutch cable too when you are changing the handle, which most of the guyz won't follow and end up in a roasted clutch ..
          Will appreciate if you could shed some light on your comment. How exactly do they effect the cable. Please bear my ignorance, I am new to two wheelers. When I do get my bike delivered, this will be my first bike.

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          • #6
            @roshanvallappillil
            see do not put P200 handle bar coz u can't lock & the throttle cable, choke cable will foul with tank.........

            but the ergonomics will be superb

            with this do not go for any pulsy handle bar & which is the one every body will suggest....

            go for xtreme/hunk bar will fit really well.........

            which is shorter & good compared to pulsy handle bar.........

            i will post my uni fitted with p200 & p150 (dtsi, analog meter)

            as for as zma u can go with any short handle bar available in any bike (p200, xtreme/hunk).

            to put oem two piece u need to modify the the top triple/ tee clamp which uses to clamps ones handle bar..........

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