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Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Custom Chrome

Handlebar options at Custom Chrome

Custom Chrome has a wide selection of handlebars and accessories available, including its Santee brand Diablo handlebars seen here. 

They are available in 12in, 14in and 17in heights. Finish options are gloss black or chrome and versions of the ‘bars are offered for use on FLHT models, or for all models with 3.5in center spacing; they are drilled for internal wiring and are throttle-by-wire application compatible.

Street Fighter style bars from Physco Chubby are offered in a choice of black or chrome finishes, are pre-drilled for internal wiring, notched to work with throttle-by-wire applications and said to provide a neutral wrist angle for comfort and rideability.
They are 35 inches wide and available in 3 heights - 10in high bars with 6 inch riser and 4in bar rise; 12in high with 8 inch riser, 4in bar rise; 14in high with 10 inch riser and 4in bar rise.

Also seen here are 1-1/4in diameter 10, 12, 14 and 16 inch high Fat Bobber style Ape Hangers by Khrome Werks. These ‘bars feature a more forward grip angle than most Khrome Werks designs and are offered in either a chrome or gloss black powder coated finish. They are diamond knurled, drilled and notched for ETC (Electronic Throttle Control - 9/16 inch shorter right-side grip with drilled dimples and elliptical center slots).

Avon Performance’s ergonomic Air Gel grips feature the softest rubber that Avon has used in a street bike grip with a unique dimple texture and tacky feel, which is said to help reduce unwanted road/engine vibrations and hand tingle. This new style grip is detailed with billet aluminum chrome plated or black anodized end caps and collars; available for standard cable and TBW applications.

Wild 1 is offering a T6 heat-treated billet aluminum handlebar adapter that is a direct replacement for the restrictive stock clamping system on 2015 Road Glides.
The factory design only allows for installation of the OEM handlebars due to the
1-1/4 inch clamping area, an unsightly electrical exit hole that is pointed towards the front and a locator pin in the riser body that limits forwards and backwards adjustability. Almost all aftermarket handlebars have the wire hole pointed towards the bottom!
Ever the ultimate attendees to handlebar details, those user-friendly fellows at Wild 1 fixed the problems by creating a clamping system kit out of T6061 billet aluminum with a 1in diameter clamping area, a wire exit hole at the bottom and replacement risers and top clamp.