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post #1 of 10 Old 11-26-2016, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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LSL X02-bar

I was looking for a more natural position on the scrambler without modifying the general look of the bike.

The bar mostly used on show-bikes at Intermot came from LSL. I went for the XO2, apparently the highest one (+3,5cm when adjusted properly)

Since I was also installing my old Rizoma Spy60 bar-end mirrors and found the bar to large with them, I shortened the bar with a 1,5cm each side. Very bad idea: brake and clutch levers can no longer be positioned like they should.
I've ordered a new one and waiting for the Rizoma levers since the original levers are to long for the Rizoma bar-end mirrors.

More info when the job will be finished.

If you buy a LSL bar, you have to be very careful when installing. The paint is scratched very easily.

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Looks good, did you have to drill holes?
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Looks really good. Also like your black cylinder heads and the head light ring in black.
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Looks good, did you have to drill holes?
Not yet, but someone of the french forum gave me a very good advice: use the original bar as a guide to drill the holes in the new bar.

All I can say is that the diameter of the hole of the guide sold by LSL is to large to be used on a bmw.
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Give us a side view of the bike, please
I want a higher bar but I want one in silver. Perhaps look at the ones for Ducati Scrambler
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Give us a side view of the bike, please
I want a higher bar but I want one in silver. Perhaps look at the ones for Ducati Scrambler
I will make one as soon as the new bar will be installed.

The X02 is also available in silver.
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Give us a side view of the bike, please
I want a higher bar but I want one in silver. Perhaps look at the ones for Ducati Scrambler
That would be great. I would like to see how black head covers look?
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That would be great. I would like to see how black head covers look?
scrambler seat vs nineT seat
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aha, the same picture seen that before.
Like the handle bar and and the cover. Black is Black...

Forgot: Where do I find data on that handle bar? (the X02)
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Forgot: Where do I find data on that handle bar? (the X02)
http://www.lsl.eu/php/index.php#prod...l=LenkerFatBar
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