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    Aftermarket handlebar

    Any body instaled an aftermarket handlebar (other than UMI) on a GTX or an RX? If yes how did it look. The UMI one is out off budget and been thinking on make the change but wasn't sure if there were other options


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    This is what it looked like on my old RXP with just the stock steering stem and some Renthal bars.
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    Thanks Ken It looks great. Added to my wish list and aftermarket handle bar.

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    I dig up this thread cause I recently saw a 2000 XPL with an RXP-X handle bar and it look killer awsome..

    What is needed to fit one of these to my 2000 RX? Would be a great upgrade along with the finger throtle and grips.

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    do you have the pic of the xpl with the rxp-x set up on it

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    Is it just the x pad

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    Ultramax is the owner and told me that yeah its the pad. Wonder if will fit on my RX. Should kill with the start stop button of the RXpX and the Finger throttle convertion.

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    If wanting to go with the protaped handle bar wich size ? fat bar ?

    Cheers..

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    Protper ATV Mid. (no fat bars...they dont fit in stock clamps)
    -it's a higher bend than the motoX bends and closer to stock height.

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