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Has anyone tried any tracker style handlebars like these?

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/biltwell-tracker-high-1-handlebars

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/tc-bros-tracker-1-handlebars

I currently have the Biltwell Zeds, but I'm looking to try a different look and I like the style of those flat track type handlebars. They're definitely wider than the ones I currently have so I'm not sure if my cables will reach. Just looking to see at what point you guys have had to get new cables, if you know if ours should reach, or if you are currently using any similar looking bars. Thanks!
 

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Has anyone tried any tracker style handlebars like these?



https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/biltwell-tracker-high-1-handlebars



https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/tc-bros-tracker-1-handlebars



I currently have the Biltwell Zeds, but I'm looking to try a different look and I like the style of those flat track type handlebars. They're definitely wider than the ones I currently have so I'm not sure if my cables will reach. Just looking to see at what point you guys have had to get new cables, if you know if ours should reach, or if you are currently using any similar looking bars. Thanks!
Hey man, those look a lot like the standard bars, haven't tried trackers like but would like to see the zeds on your bike, I'm going for the keystones :)

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I found this picture that I posted, I'll have to take another one later without the visor so you can see them better. I really like the Zed bars, they're great for lane splitting since they feel so narrow. I have just been riding my dirt bike lately so the contrast between the wide handlebars and the narrow ones felt weird haha I wanted to go back to some wider ones, but taller than stock. The only downside to the Zeds was that I like to have a phone mount on my bars and they left no room for one, there's no extra room once the grips and everything is on there. I think there's more room on the Keystone bars, they look great, you definitely should!
 

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I found this picture that I posted, I'll have to take another one later without the visor so you can see them better. I really like the Zed bars, they're great for lane splitting since they feel so narrow. I have just been riding my dirt bike lately so the contrast between the wide handlebars and the narrow ones felt weird haha I wanted to go back to some wider ones, but taller than stock. The only downside to the Zeds was that I like to have a phone mount on my bars and they left no room for one, there's no extra room once the grips and everything is on there. I think there's more room on the Keystone bars, they look great, you definitely should!
Can't see well, anyways my advice would be getting risers since u dont spend that much on a new bar, cause where I live this things are expensive for the cost of living here, I'm definitely going for the keystones they have a sick look and my bike is already looking menacing I definitely think it will look better :)

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