El Diablo Chrome 17" Rise Ape Hangers 1-1/4" Handlebars 2004-2010 Kawasaki VN2000A Vulcan
El Diablo ape hangers provides the bad-boy image and "old school biker" attitude but with a twist and cool look to fit your metric cruiser
SKU: 17" Chrome EL DIABLO Kawasaki VN2000A 7118-C
Availability: Out of stock
"EL DIABLO" CHROME APEHANGERS
17" Rise 1-1/4" Handlebars
2004 - 2010 Kawasaki VN2000A Vulcan
- El Diablo ape hangers provides the bad-boy image and "old school biker" attitude but with a twist and cool look to fit your metric cruiser
- Demon's cycle specially designed and engineered the height, bends and tubing thickness to provide a cool look while improving comfort and control
- You'll find your arms are allowed to hang and drape effortlessly, and your bike's front end become easier to control
- The massive 1-1/4" tubing and the cool bad-boy biker look of these bars truly makes you a standout in the crowd
- Bar rise is 17", a height we engineered, evaluated, tested and proved was the best choice for today's metric cruisers with riser spacing of 3-1/2" to 4" and as the best possible fit for most riders
- Each handlebar is bored and dimpled to allow for internal wiring can very easy be custom fitted on metric cruisers if riser spacing of 3-1/2" to 4"
- Requires longer control cables, but most stock 1" type controls
- Fits bikes with riser spacing of 3-1/2" to 4"
- Works with most stock and aftermarket risers
- Diameter: 1-1/4"
- Width: 37"
- Rise: 17"
How to Install New Handlebars:
Ever notice how most fine artists depict the devil? They draw this demon from hells wings as having sharp angles. This vision was not lost on Demons Cycles. Its new 1-1/4" inch El Diablo handlebars sure remind us of devil wings. No matter the imagery, we thought they have a real cool look, as did Navy Seaman Mario Guerrero.
The El Diablo handlebars owe their sinister look to their severe angles and gusset plates. They are
1. Fabricated from 1-1/4" inch tubing and powder coated black.
2. Our starting point, a 2007 Dyna Street-Bob: the dash, gas tank, and hand controls already have been removed.
3. The new handlebars have oblong holes to run the control wiring in and out through.
4. Air nozzle is used to blow the lead string through the bars,Then a length of rope is attached to the string and pulled through the bars.
5. The rope was used to pull the controls wire harnesses through the bars.
6. The factory risers were used to mount the new bars.
7. Because the bars are 1" inch in diameter at their center mounting position, a stock clamp was used
8. The control switches were mounted to the bars and their harnesses fined over the top triple tree and routed into the frame.
9. The switch wiring exits the front of the switch housing and into the bars.
10. Once the switch housing were in the place the front brake and clutch levers were attached to the bars
11. These stunning bars sure remind us of devil wings.