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Klemmschellen für Gabelbrücke für BMW S1000RR (2019-2022)
Klemmschellen für Gabelbrücke für BMW S1000RR (2019-2022)
Content 2 Stück (77.00€ * / 1 Stück)
154.00€ *

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Stub handlebars GPL2-500-Race
Stub handlebars GPL2-500-Race
226.73€ * 219.93€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Stub handlebars GPL2-550-Race
Stub handlebars GPL2-550-Race
226.73€ * 219.93€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Stummellenker GPL2-410 schwarz
Stummellenker GPL2-410 schwarz
197.99€ * 192.05€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Stummellenker GPL2-450 schwarz
Stummellenker GPL2-450 schwarz
197.99€ * 192.05€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Stummellenker GPL2-500 schwarz
Stummellenker GPL2-500 schwarz
197.99€ * 192.05€ *

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Stummellenker GPL2-510 schwarz
Stummellenker GPL2-510 schwarz
209.04€ * 202.77€ *

Delivery time 5 Workdays

Stummellenker GPL2-530 schwarz
Stummellenker GPL2-530 schwarz
209.04€ * 202.77€ *

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Stummellenker GPL2-550 schwarz
Stummellenker GPL2-550 schwarz
209.04€ * 202.77€ *

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TRW Stummellenker MCL50RAC-S Klemmung 50 mm
TRW Stummellenker MCL50RAC-S Klemmung 50 mm
181.95€ * 141.61€ *

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Stub handlebars / Gilles motorcycle handlebar systems

For maximum riding comfort and a good riding experience, the optimum seating position is important. What exactly it looks like is a very individual matter, depending on your height, your preferences and of course the style of your bike. When it comes to choosing the right handlebar, these things play an essential role. Shape, material and colouring influence the lines, the design and therefore the character of the bike according to your personal taste.Changing from a standard handlebar toa stub handlebar, for example from Gilles, is a job that can also be done safely and easily in a hobby workshop. In our assortment you will find high quality

  • Stub handlebars for Aprilia, Ducati, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Honda, BMW, Suzuki,
  • Handlebars for the race track,
  • Accessories for the conversion.

Exclusive accessories for your bike from Gilles Tooling

The founder of the company, Gerhard Gilles, earned his spurs over ten years of racing in various classes. In the process, he repeatedly found that his expectations could not be met by standard parts. With an adjustable footrest system, which Gerhard had manufactured himself, he quickly attracted the attention of the rest of the paddock. In order to help other riders, more and more systems of this type were manufactured. This is how the idea for his own company was born. In 2000 the time had come and a symbiosis of passion for racing and high technical knowledge as well as a lot of experience was born. Today Gilles Tooling is not only an important supplier for BMW Motorrad, also Yamaha and Suzuki belong to the satisfied customers all over the world.

How to find the handlebar that suits you best

If you want toconvert a motorcycle, one of the first questions that comes up is which handlebars you are allowed to use or want to use. Before you decide on the handlebar of your choice, you should clarify a few questions in advance:

  • Does the handlebar fit the dimensions of your bike?
  • Do you have an ABE or a TÜV certificate? You need this so that the responsible inspection authority accepts your customizing. Otherwise a visit to the test centre is necessary.
  • Are the original cables and wires long enough for the new handlebars?
  • The choice of the right bar ends is part of a successful handlebar conversion. Please note: The diameter of the clamp must fit the handlebars used. While the inner diameter of aluminium handlebars is usually 14 mm, steel handlebars have an inner diameter of 17 to 18 mm.
  • Your machine tends to fine vibrations? Here a so-called "vibration eliminator" can help. This means handlebar ends with a higher weight.
  • An additional increase gives a different grip feeling and can therefore improve the handling.

Handlebar conversion made easy

For the conversion you need a suitable place where you can work undisturbed and clean. Once you have all the tools and conversion parts ready, jack up the bike safely. Cover the tank with a cloth to protect it.

First loosen the handlebar ends ofthe current handlebar. Often the screw connections are really caked on. If you have an impact wrench at hand, it will make it easier to loosen Phillips screws. Alternatively: Place a Phillips screwdriver that exactly matches the screw in the screw and a few well-dosed blows with the hammer. This also takes concentrated force to loosen the recalcitrant screw.

Next, loosen the rubber grips. If you have compressed air at hand, you can blow it between the handlebar and the rubber. Washing-up liquid or brake cleaner are also suitable. Oil, on the other hand, is not recommended. Carefully cut off any sticking to the switch unit with a blade knife.

Now it is time to dismantle the switch units. Now it is the turn of the brake pump at the handlebar. Then disconnect the cables of the brake light switch and place the complete brake pump unit on the lamp holder. Our tip: To avoid damage, wrap it in a cloth. Remove the clamping screws of the handlebar and take it out of the handlebar clamp. Without having to unhook the throttle and clutch cables, you can easily remove the clutch armature and the throttle grip unit.

You want to use new clamping blocks or an elevation? Then mount them together with the stub handlebaron the triple clamp. Now tighten the lower screw connection. Observe the torque specifications of the manufacturer.

Loosely mount the switch units and fittings on the stub handlebar. When aligning them, make sure that the handlebars are clear of the fairing and, of course, the tank when the handlebars are fully turned. Cables and cables must be free of tension. Once you have found the optimum position for the handlebar, tighten the clamp according to the manufacturer's torque specifications.

For the final assembly, check again that all switch units move freely when the handlebars are fully turned. There must be no contact with the tank or the fairing. Now mark the holes for the locking pins of the switch units or mark them with masking tape. Make an impression in the tape with the locking pin of the respective switch unit.

Once you have found the best position for the switches, drill a hole on one side of the steering tube in the diameter of the locking pins. Now finally mount the fittings, switch units and grips. Align the clutch armature and the brake pump in such a way that you can operate them with optimal hand strength (forearm forms a line with the fingers lying on the levers and stretched out).

Before riding for the first time with the new stub handlebars, check the brake and clutch again and also check the functions of the switch units. If you have purchased a stub handlebarwith ABE, you do not need to go to the test centre. The ABE must be carried along with the vehicle documents on every journey.

Gilles stub handlebars and add-on parts

In our range in the TecBike Shop you will find everything you need for a successful motorcycle conversion. No matter if it is for the race track or if you want to convert your street bike. If you have any questions about our products, please contact our service team.

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Stub handlebars / Gilles motorcycle handlebar systems

For maximum riding comfort and a good riding experience, the optimum seating position is important. What exactly it looks like is a very individual matter, depending on your height, your preferences and of course the style of your bike. When it comes to choosing the right handlebar, these things play an essential role. Shape, material and colouring influence the lines, the design and therefore the character of the bike according to your personal taste.Changing from a standard handlebar toa stub handlebar, for example from Gilles, is a job that can also be done safely and easily in a hobby workshop. In our assortment you will find high quality

  • Stub handlebars for Aprilia, Ducati, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Honda, BMW, Suzuki,
  • Handlebars for the race track,
  • Accessories for the conversion.

Exclusive accessories for your bike from Gilles Tooling

The founder of the company, Gerhard Gilles, earned his spurs over ten years of racing in various classes. In the process, he repeatedly found that his expectations could not be met by standard parts. With an adjustable footrest system, which Gerhard had manufactured himself, he quickly attracted the attention of the rest of the paddock. In order to help other riders, more and more systems of this type were manufactured. This is how the idea for his own company was born. In 2000 the time had come and a symbiosis of passion for racing and high technical knowledge as well as a lot of experience was born. Today Gilles Tooling is not only an important supplier for BMW Motorrad, also Yamaha and Suzuki belong to the satisfied customers all over the world.

How to find the handlebar that suits you best

If you want toconvert a motorcycle, one of the first questions that comes up is which handlebars you are allowed to use or want to use. Before you decide on the handlebar of your choice, you should clarify a few questions in advance:

  • Does the handlebar fit the dimensions of your bike?
  • Do you have an ABE or a TÜV certificate? You need this so that the responsible inspection authority accepts your customizing. Otherwise a visit to the test centre is necessary.
  • Are the original cables and wires long enough for the new handlebars?
  • The choice of the right bar ends is part of a successful handlebar conversion. Please note: The diameter of the clamp must fit the handlebars used. While the inner diameter of aluminium handlebars is usually 14 mm, steel handlebars have an inner diameter of 17 to 18 mm.
  • Your machine tends to fine vibrations? Here a so-called "vibration eliminator" can help. This means handlebar ends with a higher weight.
  • An additional increase gives a different grip feeling and can therefore improve the handling.

Handlebar conversion made easy

For the conversion you need a suitable place where you can work undisturbed and clean. Once you have all the tools and conversion parts ready, jack up the bike safely. Cover the tank with a cloth to protect it.

First loosen the handlebar ends ofthe current handlebar. Often the screw connections are really caked on. If you have an impact wrench at hand, it will make it easier to loosen Phillips screws. Alternatively: Place a Phillips screwdriver that exactly matches the screw in the screw and a few well-dosed blows with the hammer. This also takes concentrated force to loosen the recalcitrant screw.

Next, loosen the rubber grips. If you have compressed air at hand, you can blow it between the handlebar and the rubber. Washing-up liquid or brake cleaner are also suitable. Oil, on the other hand, is not recommended. Carefully cut off any sticking to the switch unit with a blade knife.

Now it is time to dismantle the switch units. Now it is the turn of the brake pump at the handlebar. Then disconnect the cables of the brake light switch and place the complete brake pump unit on the lamp holder. Our tip: To avoid damage, wrap it in a cloth. Remove the clamping screws of the handlebar and take it out of the handlebar clamp. Without having to unhook the throttle and clutch cables, you can easily remove the clutch armature and the throttle grip unit.

You want to use new clamping blocks or an elevation? Then mount them together with the stub handlebaron the triple clamp. Now tighten the lower screw connection. Observe the torque specifications of the manufacturer.

Loosely mount the switch units and fittings on the stub handlebar. When aligning them, make sure that the handlebars are clear of the fairing and, of course, the tank when the handlebars are fully turned. Cables and cables must be free of tension. Once you have found the optimum position for the handlebar, tighten the clamp according to the manufacturer's torque specifications.

For the final assembly, check again that all switch units move freely when the handlebars are fully turned. There must be no contact with the tank or the fairing. Now mark the holes for the locking pins of the switch units or mark them with masking tape. Make an impression in the tape with the locking pin of the respective switch unit.

Once you have found the best position for the switches, drill a hole on one side of the steering tube in the diameter of the locking pins. Now finally mount the fittings, switch units and grips. Align the clutch armature and the brake pump in such a way that you can operate them with optimal hand strength (forearm forms a line with the fingers lying on the levers and stretched out).

Before riding for the first time with the new stub handlebars, check the brake and clutch again and also check the functions of the switch units. If you have purchased a stub handlebarwith ABE, you do not need to go to the test centre. The ABE must be carried along with the vehicle documents on every journey.

Gilles stub handlebars and add-on parts

In our range in the TecBike Shop you will find everything you need for a successful motorcycle conversion. No matter if it is for the race track or if you want to convert your street bike. If you have any questions about our products, please contact our service team.

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