Who did you talk to at Heli? Last guy I talked to was Matt, and he was more than helpful in getting a custom set of bars for a Hypermotard 796. That was a while ago though. I'd call back and ask to talk to someone different than who you talked to. Regardless of the company, occassionally you get a lackey who probably shouldn't be helping a customer with a technical question, let alone answering the phone period. ;D
I've heard good things about Convertibars as well, although I've never been in direct contact with them.
Speedymoto has several brands of bars available. Talk to Christian. Just tell him what you have, what you want, and he'll help you out. ;D
Thanks for the help and reply. Got a lady at Heli on the phone and asked several questions and she just flat out told me they couldn't help me, with what I need and that the just had a standard set for the SV-S and that was it ? Told her I needed more rise and pull back, could they design or find something they had to work for the bike ? Got no where ?
Trying for the Convertibars ?
Don't forget Tarozzi's. The 70mm will work with stock cables and brake lines and are about as high as you can get without changing things. http://www.fastfromthepast.com/servlet/the-810/56-dsh-0026/Detail Whatever you get, make sure you get the bar-end weights to prevent vibration/buzzing as any tubular bar is going to excite more than the cast aluminum stockers.
Hello lorenfast. Up and back is what Convertibars are designed for....or maybe up and back and up and back,etc. Convertibars allow you to adjust the position of your bars in several dimensions. Up and back for distance riding or cruising or down and forward for the twisties or a track day. The beauty of Convertibars is you can go back and forth between positions ( or somewhere in between) over and over in about 5 minutes. Adjustable- Repeatable- Secure. Check out this 30 second video that illustrates all the dimesions of adjustability that they offer http://www.convertibars.com/HowitWorks.cfm
Convertibars have been fitted to more SV's than any other bike on the road - literally hundreds of sets in service. And if thats not enough, Convertibars are made in Minnesota!
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