Kawasaki Concours 14

Heli Bars Handlebar Relocator Adapter Kit

Posted by Brad

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Kawasaki Concours 14 Heel of your hand feeling like it needs a shoe? Back aching from leaning just a little bit too far forward? Doctor prescribing a scooter-ectomy to ease your pain? Might be time to install some Heli Bars Handlebar Relocator Adapters, and possibly put the full joy back into your ride.

New for 2009 is this very specific kit for relocating the stock handlebars on your 2008-2009 Kawasaki Concours 14. Heli Bars says this will raise the bars by 2" (51mm) and give them a 3/4"(19mm) offset toward the back. The kit comes with all the necessary hardware for installation, and uses the stock
cables and hydraulic lines. By raising the bars, this takes some of the pressure/weight off of your hands, and you won't have to lean as far forward, so taking some of the strain off your back. Keep in mind that because you're sitting more upright, you may be more in the wind, too. The company also says that elevating your bars will provide a noticeable improvement in handling at both low and high speeds. As well, you should no longer experience any distraction from seeing your own hands on the handlebar, as these adapters move the bar out of the mirrors' field of view.

One cautionary note from Heli Bars: these adapters are not to be used as a tie-down point for your motorcycle. Doing so could bend your bars, or rotate the adapters on their mounts, thus causing further damage.

The parts are CNC machined from 6061T6 aluminum, and finished in a silver powder coat. Also, Heli Bars offers a 100% guarantee if you're not completely satisfied, and you can return the kit for a full refund.

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