Project Acid Reflex - TLR200 - Need Handlebar Recommendations

Discussion in 'Trials' started by mb300, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. mb300

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    Anyone have any tall handlebar recommendations for TRL200 reflex?

    The ATV bars at the local shop have a ton of "sweep" to them, they don't feel like normal moto bars.

    Pro-Taper 7/8" "Trials Hi" are lower than stock.

    Anyone?

    Thanks!

    -Mitch mbaghdoi@hotmail.com
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  2. Doctor Zed

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    I had the pro tapers with a one inch riser on my Reflex.
    they seemed pretty good, but still was kinda hunched over when standing.
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  3. Brewtus

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  4. mb300

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    > The whole sordid story can be seen here

    Awesome thread- I love the evolution photo of the 3 hondas.

    > old handlebar risers for mine

    That's probably the route I'll have to go - they need to go up and forward a bunch for me. Any idea who makes the ones that you've got? Most don't have as much rise to them.

    > What are your plans for your Reflex?

    Girlfriends first moto... and I made sure to put a d803 on the back so I can do some trials events too (but first I have to fix the ergonomics so I fit on it).

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  5. JeffS77

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    Cool bike . I love my tlr 200

    It looks like it is about the right size for her. It is a very good bike for new riders. My bro that has never ridden rode mine on a 50+ mile forestry road ride no problem his first time on it. A very forgiving bike for sure.
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  6. Brewtus

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    Absolutely no idea. I discovered them in my toolbox last summer. I had pulled them off of a BMW R90 I owned 17 years ago to put S bars on it.
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