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Does it make a noticeable difference?
I bought a pair but have not installed them yet.
Looks like a relatively easy swap
You'll definitely feel a difference. I'd have to do a back to back comparison to really decide which is better for the track, but for the street I'd say they are great.
 

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The feedback is fantastic, makes it much more nimble and easier to flick. Better leverage on the Race 550 GP bars. I'm very curious to ride a k67 with riser bars. Wonder if it will make me feel disconnected from the bike ?
 

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Bumping an old thread because I can't find any information on the street version Gilles clip-ons aside from here. Anyone have the slightest clue where I can find a set of the street version?
 

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Awesome. I got the gp2 lt. They allowed me to drop them 10mm from stock and forward around 25mm. More of a racy feel better control less input needed. And with yours you don't need the extra bracket that mine required.
 

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Awesome. I got the gp2 lt. They allowed me to drop them 10mm from stock and forward around 25mm. More of a racy feel better control less input needed. And with yours you don't need the extra bracket that mine required.
Do you ride street and if so, how do they feel? I have the race version in a box but don't have the clamps for the triple. I figured the street version would be better for the street ergonomics but may toss my race version on.
 

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Do you ride street and if so, how do they feel? I have the race version in a box but don't have the clamps for the triple. I figured the street version would be better for the street ergonomics but may toss my race version on.
Hey man, I mostly ride track but I haven't in a while.. work and such. 9k miles and 7500 of it on the track approx. Might ride the mountain once a week that's only 200miles on a Sunday am.
The lower / wider bars are actually more comfy. The ergos are good for me.. clipons rearsets and tank cover.. fits my frame finally.
I'm 6ft (almost 6"1' lol) 245lbs. And I wear a sz 58 suit/jkt.. so for someone smaller or taller it might take some tweaks.
I felt the oem bars were too high from the beginning.
 
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