HELIBAR Pilot model equipped with a power socket (on the left hand side) and with a RAM-MOUNT ball (on the right hand side)
HeliBars® Tour Performance” handlebar risers for the Kawasaki Concours14 / 1400GTR (all years from 2007 onwards)
Updated in 2009 their standard riser for the rider who wants more comfort and the ability to upgrade later with Ram Mount ball. With a 2 inch rise the adapter is 1/4 inch taller than their earlier design with a clean appearance and solid function. Updated again in 2010 to accomodate Kawasaki’s latest Concours / GTR, so compatible with all years from 2007-onwards.
The new HeliBar Tour Performance HR adapter offers:51mm (2”) increased handlebar height** 19 mm (3/4”) rear offset to reduce reach to grips** CNC machined from extruded 6061T6 aluminum Finished in a silver powder coat (now also available in black powder coat) Removes bar and hand distractions in the rearview mirrors due to the bars and controls being moved up and out of the field of view All original cables and hydraulic lines are retained Complete kit contains everything for installation Exceptional build quality backed by a 30 day money back satisfaction guarantee
**Please note that these are the true measurements taken at the wrist position, not at the fixing point or fork or triple clamp, the shape and angles of the HeliBars product give the final result required and indicated in the product description.
Note: For all NON-ABS models HeliBars® provides a billet aluminum relocation bracket to remount the front brake hydraulic line to the right side triple clamp stock mounting area. The bracket should be positioned such that the part number can be read from the front of the bike. Two button head stainless steel screws are provided.
There are 3 versions of this product :
- HR04043 : Basic model without power socket and no RAM-MOUNT ball fixing option
- HR04044 : Standard model without power socket but with the option to fix a RAM-MOUNT ball (ball available separetely)
- HR04042 : Pilot model equipped with a power socket (on the left hand side) and with a RAM-MOUNT ball (on the right hand side)