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    umi bars question

    I'm going to replace the handle bars with umi. Just the bars, throttle, button housing, grips. I want something that is higher and more forward, but I have no idea what to look for. Anyone care to offer some advice or let me know what they have?


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    I wish i could answe your question but i have my own. I didn't see a UMI bar set up for the GTX just for the XP etc. so i was wondering if one of them fits or where i can find one for my ski. It's not high on my list but definitly on there.

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    You need a UMI complete system, once you got a taste of it you can't live without it.

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    I took off the stock bars,mounted UMI bars on exsisting stock stem and wired in old school VTS buttons (from 96 to 02) got the old school UMI vts housing and put the UMI finger throttle on. The mode button will mount on the stem and the lanyard you can mount next to the glove box lid, I have pics and it looks very clean

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    Lets see those pics JD1 that sounds pretty nice.

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    the only thing I know about "copmuters" is how to spell it I know its sad but I need someone to teach me how to download pics on this sight and I would be happy to show all the pics I have, lots of interesting RXP stuff.

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    It's easy if you already have your pics on your"copmuter". Just do you like normally do to post and go down until you see "add attachment", click it and it'll come up with a small box that says "browse". Click that and go to the file where your pics are saved and click on the one you want to send. Click submit and you're done!

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    need to get the pics on my computer first I guess

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    Yeah that would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD 1
    I took off the stock bars,mounted UMI bars on exsisting stock stem and wired in old school VTS buttons (from 96 to 02) got the old school UMI vts housing and put the UMI finger throttle on. The mode button will mount on the stem and the lanyard you can mount next to the glove box lid, I have pics and it looks very clean
    what kind of bar do you have, measurments? how do you like it?

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