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bar end removal
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modmaster Offline
1st Service Completed

So. Milw. WI
Posts: 73
Joined: Jan 2016
Post: #1
bar end removal
So far from what I read on Chip Beck's handle bar thread, to remove the entire bar end weight assembly as a unit you have to depress the two spring steel tabs at the same time and the unit should all slide out. Is that correct?

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Bikes currently owned: 2015 FZ-07 fully modded, 2013 CB1100, clear Sport windshield, throttle lock, Staintune, adj. levers, modified OEM seat, Tec Usa piggyback adj. shocks, barbacks, Jet-Hot coating, gutted Cat, reflash, gaiters, OS elim, TSR air cov., red side covers.
03-10-2016 09:19 PM
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kmoney Offline
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Vancouver, BC
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Post: #2
RE: bar end removal
Correct. You will need to remove (or possibly pull back) the grips in order to expose the two holes as well.
03-10-2016 09:53 PM
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modmaster Offline
1st Service Completed

So. Milw. WI
Posts: 73
Joined: Jan 2016
Post: #3
RE: bar end removal
kmoney. Thanks for the reply.

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Bikes currently owned: 2015 FZ-07 fully modded, 2013 CB1100, clear Sport windshield, throttle lock, Staintune, adj. levers, modified OEM seat, Tec Usa piggyback adj. shocks, barbacks, Jet-Hot coating, gutted Cat, reflash, gaiters, OS elim, TSR air cov., red side covers.
03-11-2016 12:51 AM
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p32077 Offline
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phoenix Az
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Post: #4
RE: bar end removal
removing the inserts does that have any affect on the performance on the bike
02-03-2017 01:57 PM
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IndianRider Offline
1st Service Completed

SF Bay Area, California / San Ramon
Posts: 150
Joined: Jan 2014
Post: #5
bar end removal
I figured out how to remove the stock long internal bar end damper by depressing those 2 clips first AFTER I replaced handlebars with aluminum enduro style wider/ taller bars and installed extra heavy weight Hudson Valley Motorsports parts bar ends and the bike is waaaayyy too smoooth now ..

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2013 Honda CB 1100
(Mods: Yoshimura SS slip-on with modified baffle, Protaper ATV HI Handlebars, HVMP Extra heavy bar weights, 5W Front fork oil, Taller Sprocket gearing 19T front and 37T rear, Spencer's "firmer" seat mod)
(This post was last modified: 05-15-2017 01:57 PM by IndianRider.)
05-15-2017 01:53 PM
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