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While fixing my tachometer wiring yesterday. I was looking at the control harnesses on the bars & since I covered the tach wiring with corrugated loom. I thought why not cover the harnesses. So here is the clutch side.
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Compared to the brake side.
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What do you think?
 

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I think those are really tiny pictures...

I don't know about the looks, seems kind of fat.

So, talking tiny and fat.... 馃榾

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馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ Good one.
The factory handlebar clips just snap closed.
I kinda like the straight pipe like look of the loom. No change in diameter, angle or dips & kinks like the soft vinyl sheathing.
 

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I kinda like the straight pipe like look of the loom. No change in diameter, angle or dips & kinks like the soft vinyl sheathing.
You do porn voice-overs on the side, don't you? :ROFLMAO:

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What do you mean voice-overs? 馃槣馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ
 

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How did you get Fury bars to fit on the Sabre tree clamp?
The Sabre & Fury share the same mounting width.
The Fury
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I had to add the risers to clear the tank. It's close about 1/4" inch & there is just enough room for getting the key in the fuel cap which is under the speedo.
 
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The Sabre & Fury share the same mounting width.
The Fury
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The Sabre
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I had to add the risers to clear the tank. It's close about 1/4" inch & there is just enough room for getting the key in the fuel cap which is under the speedo.
I didn't know that. I like the look. How much is Fury and how much is Sabre? That is a very cool hybrid.
 

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Thanks man I appreciate your compliment.
The only real differences are the seat mount, length of forks, rear sub frame is narrower then Furys
I used Fury wheels rear tire is 180 55/18
Just clears by about a 3/16" of an inch.
Sabre fenders and tail light worked fine. Used a Fury rear spring seemed thicker and shorter thought it might be stiffer ground the tack weld off the preload adjusting rings and cranked it down.
Ride is pretty dam firm. Very little travel but ok cruising. Had to make brackets to mount the Fury tank. The curve of the backbone is tighter on the Fury frame so I just used aluminum and made some extensions from frame mounts to the rubber bushings on the tank. The factory seat on the Sabre still fit just on top of the tank.. I cut the seat down & made it a solo. I've since replaced it with a C&C for a Sabre. The bars from the Fury bolted right on. Thought I might have had to swap the fork clamp but no. Had to use the longest risers I could find got them from Lowbrow Customs. The trick to the speedo was the harness plugged in but ,if I remember correctly I had to re-pin the constent power and add a signal from one turn signal. The Sabre guage has a single indicator for both signals. Everything else is Sabre. The foot peg mounts are different at least the brake side. So far that's the only differences I have noticed.
All in all I think I've been doing her right. I liked the curve of the down tubes from the Sabre but that tank just looked cheap. The visible press seams at the bottom are just not a good look. Guess could cut a weld the seam wold look better but that Fury tank.
That's sexy.
 
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