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Main Motorcycle: 2012 Sprint GT
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Glasgow/London, UK
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The position is more upright w/ the GT. Forgot that. In addition you can add risers.
Those GT higher handlebar were an option in the ST triumph catalog but I think they aren't any more. Might find used one. Or GT handlebars to fit the ST and get rid of the black painting. Exactly same parts.
I am in the process of building even higher handlebars. I just bought used tiger throttle and clutch cables for that purpose. I'll post pictures once finished. But it's a lot of work.
I think this being close to the asphalt, that doesn't count too much in the feeling.
Perhaps that's true with respect to handling but a 2% drop in mass will lead to a corresponding gain in acceleration (and that's without considering the potential hp gain from the trident exhaust).
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Thanks for all the tips and links guys. I only found out through this forum that the GT will no longer be available in the US. So much for the "Lighter" side of Sport Touring in this country, your choices are now big and heavy or bigger and heavier!
Guess I better find a mint late model ST while I can...
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