Fat Bars or twinwalls

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12/23/2018 6:39 PM

what do you like better?

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12/23/2018 6:48 PM

Twin walls without crossbar are better than the fat bars. With, they are a bit stiff. Regular Fatbars are no better than any other 1 1/8th bar IMO.

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vomiting equals disqualification.

12/23/2018 7:15 PM

X2 for twinwalls without crossbar.

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12/23/2018 7:20 PM

kb228 wrote:

X2 for twinwalls without crossbar.

what model would those be????

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12/23/2018 7:24 PM

kb228 wrote:

X2 for twinwalls without crossbar.

UPSman334 wrote:

what model would those be????

They remove the crossbar.

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12/23/2018 7:59 PM

kb228 wrote:

X2 for twinwalls without crossbar.

UPSman334 wrote:

what model would those be????

NeedMoto wrote:

They remove the crossbar.

Or just cut the crossbar and put the pad back on for the flex character. It really does make quite a bit of difference.

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12/23/2018 8:20 PM

kb228 wrote:

X2 for twinwalls without crossbar.

UPSman334 wrote:

what model would those be????

Buy twinwalls and the fatbar pad. Unbolt the crossbar

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12/24/2018 9:37 PM

Fatbars all day long. Twinwalls are heavy, expensive, and very rigid and also not very crash resistant. They also have limited mounting space for map switches, electric start button, handguards, etc.

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Powerband in every gear !

12/26/2018 8:52 PM

FGR01 wrote:

Fatbars all day long. Twinwalls are heavy, expensive, and very rigid and also not very crash resistant. They also have limited mounting space for map switches, electric start button, handguards, etc.

beg to differ sir, as I used fatbars for a long time (and currently have a set waiting to be put on), I have Rc bend twin walls on my YZ now and they have not bent for anything. Between the occasional toss into the ground, and might I add a recent cartwheeling of my bike, these things have not moved a millimeter in the bend paired with a ride engineering one piece mount. They are uncomfortable at times with the amount of vibration from solid triple clamps and what not, but the rigidity factor has been immensive coming from mika crossbars. (although you cannot beat how comfortable fat bars feel)

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12/27/2018 3:55 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/27/2018 3:56 AM

FGR01 wrote:

Fatbars all day long. Twinwalls are heavy, expensive, and very rigid and also not very crash resistant. They also have limited mounting space for map switches, electric start button, handguards, etc.

buzzlight52 wrote:

beg to differ sir, as I used fatbars for a long time (and currently have a set waiting to be put on), I have Rc bend twin walls on my YZ now and they have not bent for anything. Between the occasional toss into the ground, and might I add a recent cartwheeling of my bike, these things have not moved a millimeter in the bend paired with a ride engineering one piece mount. They are uncomfortable at times with the amount of vibration from solid triple clamps and what not, but the rigidity factor has been immensive coming from mika crossbars. (although you cannot beat how comfortable fat bars feel)

Before i took the crossbar off my twinwalls, they were indestructible. Tons of crashes and they never bent. Took the crossbar off, and they bent slightly after a pretty knarly crash. Theyre really good bars. Just uncomfortable as hell because of the rigidity

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