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I am 5'8" and 165 lbs riding a sporty, and these bars fit perfectly. The install only took about an hour, and I had to extend my brake line about 2 inches. They have held up without any paint imperfections for a year now and still look/feel awesome. I was worried at first about going above stock, I always thought I'd lose control, but with these bars I still can throw my bike around like I did the stock bars.
September 12, 2015
too much moolah
I'm a lifelong metal worker/fabricator and I must say that these bars were priced too high by half IMO.
August 10, 2015
These aren't only a great value for the price, but they look great and provide you with a comfortable ride. Installation on my HD Iron 883 was fairly easy, throttle & clutch cables are long enough. Brake line is stretched but still has a little slack. I'll be changing it soon.
July 25, 2015
Great Fit, Easy Install
Installed on my Iron in place of the stock bars. What a difference in looks and comfort! Install took about 2 hours, and most of that time was trying to get the left-handed grip off the old bars. Did not need to lengthen any wires, but did have to tweak the front brake line a little. I also flipped the mirrors (not pictured)
I'm 6'0" and feel these will make for a much more ergonomic ride.
March 10, 2015
Style and comfort
I've been on the fence on which bars for my 2014 Harley 48. I needed something that complimented the 48 lines and styling, put me in a more relaxed stance but still allowed me to split lanes easy (CA). Im very happy I went with the Biltwell Chumps. It surpased my expectations! Styling and comfort was on point.
Stock wires & cables worked just fine but the front break line will be at its limit. playing with the routing and pulling off the front fender opens up more slack but Ill be looking into longer cables soon.
April 15, 2014
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Bob Z asked:After reading all comments and reviews I understand that my 2010 Iron 883 will need extra inches for the breaks. Did anyone buy just the break line/wire, or did you had to buy a set of all cables (Throttle and Clutch)? If just one line/wire, con I know where did you purchase it? Thanks!!Sep 24, 2015
Leonardo M:I only bought the 35" brake line and banjo fittings made by Goodrich. The throttle and clutch cables are long enough. You may even buy shorter brake line than 35", mine is a tad coiled but it looks fine. Sep 24, 2015
I have been investigating and have found several things, could you help? I seem to understand that a Goodridge Ebony Series Universal Brake Line will work, but I need to get another set of banjo fittings because the stock are not removable. I have not measured but it looks like I need a 35 and a 180 degree fitting, am I correct? I just can't find anywhere if its a 10mm or a 12mm Diameter, do you know? And with this I won't need a banjo bolt, I will use the stock ones, correct?
David M:They are 8 inches tall. So there should be no modifications needed on your lines and wires. Might have to bend a brake line but that's easy and not an issue. Go to the Biltwell website and they'll give you all the info needed. As far as dimples, all Harley's use dimpled bars from the 90's on I believe. Even if your controls aren't for dimples, having dimples won't effect the fit or look. I did the install and it went easy. 2 hours tops.May 21, 2015
Smooth = smooth solid bar. Great for throttle by wire systems.
Dimpled = small indentation at the first bend near the grips to tuck wires. Mostly used on stock bikes with external wiring. You can also drill into that for internal wiring. Best for Push/pull throttle system. May 29, 2014