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Handlebar conversion DIY?

I'm looking to raise the bars on top of the triple tree. Cant find the old site that had the parts for it. can anyone help?
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You're going to have clearance issues with the upper fairing. With just a set of Apex adjustable clipons set at 0 deg and against the bottom of the top triple clamp, I've had to move my switch pods to a less than ideal locations. Holding the front brake and hitting the starter now involves a strong pinky finger. But good luck with the change.
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Agree. I couldn't get the clutch mc to clear, and so fitted a Magura radial version instead. This has a separate fluid pot.
And as said, the starter is now further inboard.

It's not falling off, it's an upgrade opportunity

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I have access to a set of helibars if you're interested
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