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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    I'll probably order everything from Alpha. I saw Reactive parts were selling them as well but they are pricey!

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    If you know someone with an ACU license they can get it at a discount.

    Another idea is these. I am considering them if I go Gen4. They aren't as raised but they a bit.

    https://diamond-race.co.uk/diamond-5...ons-1654-p.asp

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    Oh and these are raised too.
    http://www.ukroadandrace.co.uk/epage...55%20RAISED%22

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    Damn those PP looked ideal but i ordered from Alpha. Now i need to find some bar end weights that stay put. I tend hang my hand very close to the end of the bar when cornering, on my gen 3, first time out on track and the thing flew off. Not ideal, so i ran the plastic bungs but obviously the vibration is horrid on the road.

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    I was about to say on track no bar ends.
    Check out Oberon HBE's. Oli and I have used them in clipons.

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    Oberon heavy bar ends worked really well, can certainly recommend for use with race clip-ons

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    I’ve just fitted these Gilles clipons , they are 20mm higher and mount on the same as stock but have replaceable tubes .
    https://www.performanceparts-ltd.com...2-550-street-b

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    I was about to say on track no bar ends.
    Check out Oberon HBE's. Oli and I have used them in clipons.

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    I had the Oberon items after reading Oli's post. They are now somewhere at Brandshatch haha. Do you think it would be best to just remove them when i go on track? After all it is only 1 side.

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    I swapped them for lever guards at the track. As brake lever guards are now mandatory...

    Pp tuning guards need to fit in the tube.

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    Re: Gen 4 clip on options

    I always keep the brake lever guard on, even on the road. Been running one since i got into TDs and after i had a close call both on track, however it was on the road i finally thought it would be a good idea. (someone didn't think bikes should filter)

    Maybe i should just get a clutch guard as well. Yep going to look a bit racer wannabe but at least it should stay put, they are weighted to a certain degree and i do not have to faff about swapping parts.

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