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    Anyone convert traditional handlebars to a Sno Pro/Pro X style?

    Has anyone here converted from traditional handlebars to a snow cross style handle bar with riser and regretted it? I've always been a fan of the handlebars on Pro Xs, Sno Pros, Firecats, ZR Cross Country editions. While I don't have a ditch banger sled I do like to stand up right quite a bit and though I am only 5 foot nine and change I thought about doing a handlebar conversion for my 2000 ZL 500 carb. Some have said there's no point since the sled isn't going to jump much Because of its soft suspension and other say that it has nothing to do with jumping but making overall ergonomics, turning and stand up riding much better. I'm tweaking my sled this summer instead of selling and replacing and was wondering what others had to say from experience.


    This is what I'm going for. ZR CCE handlebars with powermadd pivot adapter and 2 inch riser block. Nothing crazy





    For this sled.



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    Do what's comfortable for you. End of story.

    A lot of people thought my setup was crazy. I loved it though...


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    See I have a ZL which isn't a ditch banger sled really but I've also heard it can handle hard riding and bumps just fine but I'd be going with the straight bar set up, all Stock stuff from a ZR CCE. Only with a 2 inch block. Little extra but nothing wild.

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