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Need to check out these new products for connies!

preeng

Big Wheel
We've recently released a new line of products for the Concours and want to give a discount to cog members.

To save 10% on your order use coupon code: cog712

Here are two photos of our new handlebars since the ones on our site a too small.


Phil Boyce
Precision Engineering
Kalispell, MT 59901

406-752-8675


 

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fsr402

Training Wheels
Those look sweet. A bit out of my price range but if I had it I would buy them. :great:
 

speedygo1369

Big Wheel
wow i absolutly want everything you offer.  as windy as it is here i could see doin the 2" kickstand and the 1" links to acutally give a lil extra lean angle i worry that the connie in stock form could use a lil extra lean angle. thoughts?  and man those handlebars are super slick. and the wont look horrid like the other adjustable ones.  someone had a good question is there a angle adjustment. or just forward back up down.
 

Gypsy JR

Member
Member
I put Muzzy 2" lowering links on, and the stock kickstand (sidestand, whatever) had way too little lean. Fortunately I got an adjustable kickstand and with it just an inch or so shorter than stock the bike's lean is perfect, maybe a few degrees more than stock.

These PE products are the cats meow IMNSHO and if I had the $ I would buy the handlebar kit in a heartbeat.
 

kern16

Street Cruiser
JR
I did a search for PE products looking for the adj kickstand would U happen to have the web site address?

Thx N Advance
 

Gypsy JR

Member
Member
Phil said:
JR
I did a search for PE products looking for the adj kickstand would U happen to have the web site address?

Thx N Advance

Sorry for delayed response. After surgery I could not even use my left hand/arm until today.

I purchased mine in the Emporium, so no idea where the sidestand came from. :(
 

ChrisD

Scooter
Would really like to order the Cylinder covers they look Sa-Weet!  But, you do not ship to Army post offices (APO AE) what's up with supporting the folks stationed overseas????
 

Flat-spot

Sport Tourer
Very nice stuff, Phil.  I've had your bars for a few years now and they are worth every penny for my arthritis.  From the above photos it appears the only
(or most obvious) change is the shape of the bases....was that to eliminate the required riser blocks for '08-'09 to clear the glove box?  My '08 had to have the blocks.

Folks, here's the 1st gen.  And as you can see here, the grip bars do swivel.
 
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