Are you getting the 961 Sport Fat Bars ? You said flat bars . Will you need brake hoses ? Lets ask Fast Eddie he is doing this . And this a Domi a bit different hey ?
Richard -7 also did this but I dont know if he needed longer brake/clutch lines . Oh I remember now , he went from SE to CR so he started with Sport bars I think.
Yes, I’m going from clip ons to Sport bars on my 961CR. Needs new hoses and wiring IIRC.
Being an ABS bike, I elected to ask the factory to do the work for me (bleeding can be frustrating at the best of times I find, never mind bleeding an ABS system).
A new top yoke is really surprisingly expensive, so the factory offered to machine my CR top yoke to take bar mounts.
On my ‘74 Cdo I used to swap between bars and clip ons and it could be done in minutes. There are a surprising amount of parts involved on the 961 and it’s not exactly what you’d call a quick or cheap job.
Nigel .... with a MityVac or other brand bleeder ...brake/clutch bleeding/flushing becomes no more difficult than putting air in tires , ABS adds no complications ... easier than 10 minutes in Dentist chair would love to see photo of your bike with the “apes” , thanks
I may do the complete change sometime latter this year but will be a much bigger job, new billet top yoke as I don’t want to drill the original, risers, bars, new clutch and brake lines, new Throtle cables, wiring?
Are they swan neck clip-ons for the R9T, or another brand?
If they fit the Norton Olins I may try them on my CR.
Just enough lift over the stock clip-ons to be comfortable, but not high enough to require longer wires for switches.