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[Help]: Clip on handle for fz-16 or fazer

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  • [Help]: Clip on handle for fz-16 or fazer

    hey guys i there a modd to change the handle bar for fz-16 to r-15 clip ons.......................plz give suggestions

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    Query Moved and Approved.

    I am not sure whether the FZ's handle-bar can be replaced with a R15 clip-on. However, you should enquire more about it's possibility in the YAMAHA service centers. Meanwhile, on a personal note, I feel that the FZ's seating position is one of THE most comfortable ones out there. Fitting a clip-on, etc. would only make it more uncomfortable than anything else!
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    • #3
      Aryan is right, changing the stock FZ's handlebar to clip ons would make ur seating uncomfortable. i had fit an aftermarket clipons in my bike, as i have a flexible spine i dont have any problem. but my friends complain that it hurts their back a LOT. so think twice before changing.
      Every BIKE has a lot of speed in it. The trick is getting the speed out of it.

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      • #4
        Moreover, I feel the seating posture would look awkward...!


        However, if anybody would have done it on their bikes, they would be better people to answer this question...!
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        • #5
          My personal opinion is not to change the handle bars... its the most suitable handle bars for FZ...
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          • #6
            thanks guys

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