Clamp bracket increase 25mm for Ø28,6mm handlebars

Clamp bracket increase 25mm for Ø28,6mm handlebars

49,95 

Increases the steering position by 25mm. Different colors and screw lengths available.

SKU: 127RM25-55.v Category:
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Description

Clamp bump increase +25 mm for X-Bar handlebars with ABE

The CNC machined aluminum spacers increase the handlebar position. They are simply installed in the standard handlebar clamp.

You can find the right screw length for your bike via our Bikefinder or by measuring the length of the original screw used and adding 15 mm.

Material: aluminum

Material treatment: anodized

Fixing: Between riser and handlebar

Diameter: for handlebars with a Ø of 28.6mm in the clamping area

Stitch size: 38-46mm

Screw length: 55mm

Caution:

Please check if your vehicle is listed in the ABE. This article is only exempt from registration if your motorcycle is assigned to the RM15 clamp in the enclosed ABE and all conditions have been observed.

For vehicles that are not listed in the model list, an approval by acceptance acc. § 19(2) StVZO possible.

Additional information

Colour

black, black, schwarz, silber, silver, silver

Identifier

RM25

Material

Aluminium

Expert report

ABE

Offset

25 mm

Product brand

LSL

Vehicle brand

UNIVERSAL

Screw length (in mm)

55 mm

The power indicated by them is less than that of the new indicator.
This could lead to problems when connecting to your vehicle.
If you have the option to replace the turn signal relay, we recommend that you use one of our load-independent turn signal relays.
If you are stuck, then we would be happy to hear from you.

ORDER THE MATCHING RESISTOR DIRECTLY WITH IT!

Why?
It is possible that when you install your new turn signal, the flashing frequency no longer fits or an error code appears in the cockpit.

Solution:
1. Enter here the original flasher power (in watts). You will then receive a suggestion for a suitable* resistor that fixes the described problem.
2. or use one of our load-independent flasher relays.

Performance of the new turn signal Watt
Performance of their original turn signal Watt

* This is a calculated suggestion. In individual cases, there may be minor deviations.

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