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I finally got the time to install a set of DBC Stampede Highway Handlebars. The installation is not for the faint of heart. The right angles of the bars make running the wires through them really difficult. Total time was 3.5 hours and then a couple of test rides to tweak the handlebar and mirror positions. For me and my orangutan arms the bars are very comfortable.

If anyone is interested in tackling this themselves, see PDF instructions below.

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Very nice bars!!

Beautiful bike too!
 

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Yeah they do look great on the bike. I had the same issues with the Stampede bars on the RM and I got an extra set of wires to run with the grip heat! Needless to say there is a bunch of wires in those bars. Dean
 

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And look at all that room you now have to mount your phone on the bars! LOL D
 

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those look pretty darn cool.
 

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I finally got the time to install a set of DBC Stampede Highway Handlebars. The installation is not for the faint of heart. The right angles of the bars make running the wires through them really difficult. Total time was 3.5 hours and then a couple of test rides to tweak the handlebar and mirror positions. For me and my orangutan arms the bars are very comfortable.

If anyone is interested in tackling this themselves, see PDF instructions below.

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Might be a tough installation,but you got a great looking bike!!
 
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