Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: New Hampshire
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The only way you are going to lower the bars with that method would be to take off the fairings and mount the clip ons under the top triple like true sport bikes do. Other than there are aftermarket clip ons that just go a bit lower. I got a set of vortex clipons. They are lower but the fairing gets in the way so much that you have to have your brake lever angle way to far up and you will get rubbing from the throttle cables when at full lock to both the left and right.
I ended up getting a Venhill Duel throttle cable kit, CBR1000RR throttle tube housing and switch gear. This allowed me to face the throttle cables up and go over the brake master. I now don't have any fitment issues but the bars really aren't much lower from stock. This was a lot DIY but if you're up to it you can do something similar.
2012 CBR250R Black
Racetech springs and emulators, Yamaha R6 shock, Yoshi Rearset Risers, Babyface GP Shift adapter, EBC HH Sintered Front and Rear Brake Pads, CBR600RR pegs, Mirror delete with CBR600RR block offs, Ebay Bar-end mirror, Red LED dash, The2Wheels levers, Homemade Fender Eliminator, LED Blinkers, Tank pads and grips, CBR300R seat, Spider Peak red Grips, Vortex Clip ons, DFC, Delkevic 14' Slip on, Spiegler Braided Front Brake Line,Black Rims
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