Grand Prix 125
Main Motorcycle: 2010 Thunderbird SE
Join Date: May 2011
Location: North Carolina
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I've had my Thunderbird Storm for a few weeks now and its great!
I current have the rear dresser bars fitted and am still waiting for the front ones to arrive with the dealer. I decided to get them in the hope that they would offer protection to the bike if I were to drop it accidentally. However, after a few measurements I don't believe that the rears bars would protect my short exhausts fully and I'm also not convinced the front bars would fully protect the tank.
Thus, other than allowing me to have highway pegs up front does anyone believe they are worth having? Also, I'm of the opinion the bike probably looks better without them.
I can't really make my mind up. Any comments or opinions welcome
Newbie here. Just purchased a 2012 TB (first bike - taking delivery first week of January) and will like to get the bars. Is this something that I can install at home with simple tools? Is it a simple bolt-on job? Are there threads on the engine already to bolt the bars on to? Thanks.
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