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Old 03-05-2015, 09:26 PM
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Old 03-05-2015, 09:55 PM
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What bend and what flex Ken? Are you saying 175 for bars and guards?
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I think he's talking about this:

http://twistedengineering.com/tshop/..._utmc=43363488
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What bend and what flex Ken? Are you saying 175 for bars and guards?
My bars broke. I am selling TE Bark Guard Package - A
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Tell us more about the broken bars
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I'm curious as well. How did they break?
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Me too, seems like the company should offer a replacement no matter how they got broken.
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I really screwed up crossing a log. I whiskey throttled and the bike launched straight up and flipped backwards while about 5 feet off the ground. Bike landed completely upside down with all its weight on the right side of the handlebar - snapped it clean off right next to the mount. Was interesting riding it out of the woods that way.
Twisted Engineering would only offer a small discount even though the bars were only 6-8 months old and purchased new from an authorized dealer. They would have still made money on the replacement so I won't be buying any more of their products.
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I really screwed up crossing a log. I whiskey throttled and the bike launched straight up and flipped backwards while about 5 feet off the ground. Bike landed completely upside down with all its weight on the right side of the handlebar - snapped it clean off right next to the mount. Was interesting riding it out of the woods that way.
Twisted Engineering would only offer a small discount even though the bars were only 6-8 months old and purchased new from an authorized dealer. They would have still made money on the replacement so I won't be buying any more of their products.
That's good to know.

At the price they charge for the initial purchase, I would expect a good crash replacement program.
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Consider that replacement aluminum bars from major vendors go for between $60 and $120 dollars.

http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...-24-1-6_1-1_32


Here is the price on the Flexx Bars ($359) but with different replacement options.

http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...exx-handlebars
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