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I have a 2017 SCR950 that I'm Trying to figure out which bar style to go with. I want some handle bars that give the SCR that racing look. I was wondering if anyone knew which brand of clip ons I would need. I'm sure there is a size cause they would have to fit around the forks. Just dont know how many MM's round the Forks are.
Also if switching to clip ons will I need different cable lengths or will the controls adapt to the clip ons without drilling or anything.
Sorry for all the questions but just eager to get at it. I just bought it last weekend brand new.
Also will be posting in the exhaust section for ideas of which exhaust to get or muffler.
Vance&Hines is what I'm wanting in a slipon but they are back ordered until mid September.
But I also like the sound of the Dime City split muffler but seems a pain to mount.
Also I would be buying a power commander5. Unless anyone knows of another route to take.

Guess I have a lot to learn here. I'm an avid MX'er In The Vet Expert class 45+ class and do all my Maintenance on my YZ250 smoker and YZ450 even suspension work like Fork/Shock rebuilds and valving.
So I'm pretty mechanically inclined on Dirtbikes and this SCR is kinda Dirtbiky as far as the handle section goes.
So any info on handle bars would be appreciated.
 

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The forks are 41 mm.

I personally used woodcraft clipons on my road racing bike because they’re excellent quality and has unlimited degree of adjustatibility. There’s also Renthal clipons which are very good as well.
 

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That sounds great. I will look those bars up. I will refer back here when I decide which kind and ask if they will do.
Also which kind or Brand of seat is good.
Looking for a cafe style seat with hump.
Corbin has a nice one but $400.
Found some on Ebay for like 40 to 50 bucks but was wondering if they are junk.
 

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Everything I look up says .....will not fit your Yamaha SCR.
I looked at some 41mm woodcraft clipons.....but says....will not fit your bike.
Wished someone had a link to a store that sold clipons for SCR
 

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I’m not aware of any scr specific clipons because this bike is basically a cruiser. those company only market clipons for sportier bikes but I’m sure 41mm would suffice.
 

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The fitment may not be listed for the reasons previously mentioned, but there also might be a clearance issue to deal with where the tank's concerned.
That said, I've seen some pretty low bars on this list, so it's likely not going to be an issue, though.
One could make a pair of fake bars and clamps from some dense foam and broom handles, zip tie/tape them to the forks and see! =)
It'd be more/less free and a way of helping figuring out what would work, maybe.
 

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That sounds great. I will look those bars up. I will refer back here when I decide which kind and ask if they will do.
Also which kind or Brand of seat is good.
Looking for a cafe style seat with hump.
Corbin has a nice one but $400.
Found some on Ebay for like 40 to 50 bucks but was wondering if they are junk.
corbin, worth the $$$

ebay stuff is junk. voodoo pipe 60 bucks.

https://www.amazon.com/VooDoo-Industries-VC403B-Universal-Exhaust/dp/B01ELA7GJ2
 

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That sounds great. I will look those bars up. I will refer back here when I decide which kind and ask if they will do.
Also which kind or Brand of seat is good.
Looking for a cafe style seat with hump.
Corbin has a nice one but $400.
Found some on Ebay for like 40 to 50 bucks but was wondering if they are junk.
corbin, worth the $$$

ebay stuff is junk. voodoo pipe 60 bucks.

https://www.amazon.com/VooDoo-Industries-VC403B-Universal-Exhaust/dp/B01ELA7GJ2
That Bike is sick!!! It looks Great! Love the color scheme of the Corbin seat. I do believe I will go with Corbin.

Yeah!! For $60 you cant go wrong with the Voodoo. Did you have to change the fueling/mapping?
I believe I will get that pipe just for $60 for right now to see how I like it before putting up $430 for a Vance&Hines.

Do you have to get an adapter kit or anything or does it just bolt right up?

Man! I love this site. You guys are of great help and know your stuff on these bikes.
 

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/clicks link
/ctrl-f "calif"

We never get any of the fun toys....
So what are you saying then - it’s not legal in California?

Is that due to noise, or emissions, or both?

What would actually happen if you fit it? Do you have a yearly “roadworthy” test like we do (the “MOT”), or is the concern just if you get a pull from the cops?

The Danmoto on mine certainly isn’t legal, sound wise, nor does it have the EU kite mark (ie approved for sale/fitment in Europe), but the average traffic cop wouldn’t have a clue about that anyway. He/she might think it’s loud, but you take your chances. They’re generally more interested in the sports bike dudes doing 100mph wheelies than our type of bike anyway. :laugh: As for the noise at MOT time, I’ll just take it to a more sympathetic (ie Harley) garage - they won’t have any issue with the noise.
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That Bike is sick!!! It looks Great! Love the color scheme of the Corbin seat. I do believe I will go with Corbin.

Yeah!! For $60 you cant go wrong with the Voodoo. Did you have to change the fueling/mapping?
I believe I will get that pipe just for $60 for right now to see how I like it before putting up $430 for a Vance&Hines.

Do you have to get an adapter kit or anything or does it just bolt right up?

Man! I love this site. You guys are of great help and know your stuff on these bikes.[/QUOTEhttp://www.corbin.com/yamaha/yscr95g.shtml]

The corbin "configurator" is cool you can try all the different colors.

the voodoo pipe needs an O2 sensor bung added. but if you run Ivans' ECU you don't need it. (disconnected O2). have a K&N air intake...(should have bought vance and hines). the bike sounds and runs great !!! the reflash is worth it. no adapter kit needed for the voodoo
good luck with the new bike
 

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I bought a $32 shipped ebay POS, that came in dented, so I was merciless about fitting it up with chicken wire, which I must say works very very well for this thing.
I am impressed with its sound. Loud and light. Toss the carrier bracket cut the header and take it to a muffler shop, spread the header to fit and viola.

Yes Viola.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/38-51mm-Mo...e=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2748.l2648

Oh yea, they sent it so badly packed, I got it with a small dent on top. I got a $25 refund. Cost me $7, muffler shop spread it free, chicken wire and clamp cost me more than the muffler.

Cool.
Srinath.
 

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I might add burke.....you could take a Nut that would thread onto your o2 sensor,then drill the size hole in the voodoo muffler then weld the Nut on top of the hole. Then you can scree I. The o2 sensor.
 

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I might add burke.....you could take a Nut that would thread onto your o2 sensor,then drill the size hole in the voodoo muffler then weld the Nut on top of the hole. Then you can scree I. The o2 sensor.
He he he - this wont work. The "nut" would be 3X as long as the O2 sensor and that O2 sensor will not be in the exhaust stream to get a real reading.
However do what I did back in 98 on a GS500. Go to a autoparts junkyard and find an O2 sensor with the same thread and length of both thread and sensor. I think they all are - or atleast all jap cars are. Take that header pipe and cut the "nut" out of that.
Weld it in the exhaust and viola. O2 sensor in exhaust stream.
 
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