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Im thinking about doing some track days on my 05 SM. I still have the stock bars on and Im sooking for some ideas on handlebar and handgaurd setup. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.:confused:

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zeta's are great both handle bar and hand gaurds and you can get them from wheeling cycle supply ask for forrest or amy.

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Im thinking about doing some track days on my 05 SM. I still have the stock bars on and Im sooking for some ideas on handlebar and handgaurd setup. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.:confused:

go look at a drz400sm 2007-2008 they come stock on that bike then you can see what it looks like first

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There are a lot of good quality bars out there. I like Renthal.

Keep in mind if you go to the bigger fat bars you will have to change clamps. Not a big deal, but could be pottential for a headache of you didn't take it into account.

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