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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-18-2014, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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I found this Brocks triple clamp online. I think this one is for a GSXR. I wanted to post on here and see if you all know if they made one for the 2011 ninja 250. I like how the bars are and I can adjust my forks. Plus it looks sick!
Maybe you guys know of a brand that makes something like this. Clip ons would be nice but I have heard they don't always fit right. I would not waste my time with them if I don't have too.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-19-2014, 09:20 AM
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Most of the aftermarket triple tree clamps are not designed like the Brocks.
They are made so that you can use clip on handlebars to compensate for fitment issues and better suspension adjustments.

http://japan.webike.net/KAWASAKI/NIN.../5921/1037/mc/

http://motorsport.sportisi.com/ninja...tc-body-parts/

http://motorsport.sportisi.com/bikers/
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This is not exactly what I want but it is a start. I will look some more. I just want I better riding position. Any suggestions? More of a GSXR feel. Maybe I can't get that feel.


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So the Brock's won't work is that what you are telling me?


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So the Brock's won't work is that what you are telling me?
No it won't.
First you have to match the mounting bolt pattern to that of the Ninja 250, then the centers for the forks have to match. The Ninjas forks are really close and small (37 mm in dia. compared to 41 mm+ on bigger bikes). As far as performance parts for the Ninja 250, Brock's only makes an exhaust.

One of the main problems Ninja 250 racers encounter with their clip-ons and lowering the front end is handlebar clearance with the stock fairing. Often the have to alter the fairing to get the angle they want.
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Well thank you.
I have seen that soto racing makes a handlebar mount that you can get pro load adjusters on. Might give me a more forward riding position. I have not seen a video review yet to see them on. Woodcraft makes some and seems they are the only ones that have the less Clarence problems.


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