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Naked handlebar setup on Xmax


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hii brothers.. am new here. just got myself a 2nd hand xmax. currently condition is totally stock but i am thinking of doing some mods to it. the one that i am very interested in first is the naked handlebar setup that i have seen on some xmax bikes. saw on facebook a few shops providing this service.

would like to ask if this is lta legal? and how much will it cost to do a naked handlebar setup?

also are there any pros and cons to this setup other than looking very sweet? i saw this pics on fb and i like that the colour can match to the bike

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i saw another bro posted his in carbon which looks awesome but carbon is quite brittle right? might be a little dangerous for use in a handlebar due to cracks on impact. if it is safe i will probably do this as i love carbon but safety is more important of course

 

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Grey area, i've heard of people passing LTA inspection with naked handlebar setups but also people failing. Do it at your own risk.

A complete set can range anywhere from $180-$300+ depending on the material and the add-ons you want on the bar (drinks hook, etc).

Carbon ones will be more expensive for sure.

Why are you looking at a naked handlebar setup? For looks or for the practicality/usability?

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just for looks actually i think it looks very good. i heard from few members in xmax club that it is grey area.. whether pass or not depends on the tester and also if u go viacom or sta so worried la. the more i do research the more i feel like doing but... stress. i saw this titanium setup looks really good but the clamp looks too big

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