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Concours Handle Bar Adapters

Murph

Street Cruiser
Member
Industry Vendor
Hey all...if you haven't heard we are rebuilding our web site...I'm in need of some photos of our adapters, as well as some text on what bars and such y'all have used

and maybe a little text to help some one decide how best to approach this project...
You are welcome to forward the information to  Oscar@murphskits.com

thanks
Murph
 

Stasch

Member
Member
Glad to send a pic, but not sure of what I have.

I do know for sure its not Storz or Heli.

Does anybody know if this is Murphs 'brand'?

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Bud

Member
Member
I don't know the maker of that one, but it doesn't look like one that Murph sells.
 

MarkP

Member
Member
Glad to send a pic, but not sure of what I have.

I do know for sure its not Storz or Heli.

Does anybody know if this is Murphs 'brand'?

hb_adapt_1.JPG


hb_adapt_2.JPG


hb_adapt_3.JPG
Hey Stasch.

How did you figure out the length of new brake lines, throttle and clutch cables? I'm thinking just a piece of tubing to run along the existing lines to compare?

Thanks.
 

Stasch

Member
Member
Hey Stasch.

How did you figure out the length of new brake lines, throttle and clutch cables? I'm thinking just a piece of tubing to run along the existing lines to compare?

Thanks.
The only thing I replaced were the brake lines and I used the tube 'measurement' method.

OEM switch pod electrical wires, Throttle and choke cables were able to be used by rerouting them between the trip tree and tank.

The clutch hydraulic line was carefully bent 90 degrees to provide more length. Now it points up between the front edge of the tank, just left of the steering head rather than straight forward.

You can see how lines are routed in the pics.

C10_Storz.jpg


C10_Storz_PullBack.jpg


C10_Heli_PullBack.jpg
 

ONOBob

Member
Member
The only thing I replaced were the brake lines and I used the tube 'measurement' method.

OEM switch pod electrical wires, Throttle and choke cables were able to be used by rerouting them between the trip tree and tank.

The clutch hydraulic line was carefully bent 90 degrees to provide more length. Now it points up between the front edge of the tank, just left of the steering head rather than straight forward.

You can see how lines are routed in the pics.

C10_Storz.jpg


C10_Storz_PullBack.jpg


C10_Heli_PullBack.jpg




Stasch,
Are those retractable key rings attached to the ends of your handle bars?
What is the purpose? I'm probably asking a stupid question.
Bob
 
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