Custom Top Triple Tree's
Here is our take on a billet top triple for the classic Honda’s, Kawasaki's and Yamaha's.
- Made from solid 6061 billet aluminum
- CNC machined
- Clean lines, rounded profile
- single pinch forks
- Vintage style
- Holes provided for gauge mounting
CB500/550 & CB750 SOHC: Providing a clean look when coupled with the right set of clip-ons to complete the Café touch. A single pinch fork clamp for looks and strength, and a set of 50mm spaced M6 tapped holes underneath
CB/CL 350/360: This is a riser style triple. Using the same Bushing kits as in the Yamaha triples, these will dampen the vibes and allow you to mount some custom risers and bars, to keep that custom bike… comfortable
Kawasaki KZ650: Café inspired Billet triple clamp for the Kawi’ KZ 650. The underside has two M6 tapped holes on 50mm spacing for use of independent mini gages, or a common gage bracket.
Note: This will drop the front of your Bike about 18mm.
Kawasaki KZ CSR: Café inspired Billet triple clamp for the Kawi’ KZ 650. The underside has two M6 tapped holes on 50mm spacing for use of independent mini gages, or a common gage bracket.
FITMENT: 1981-83 Kawi KZ CSR with 36mm forks.
Yamaha XS650 Riser: Triple clamp with holes bored to accommodate a poly riser bushing set, to run any bar you want. Bushings are a durable yet pliable polyurethane 3 piece kit. They include a top and bottom poly piece, a steel sleeve, and nice chrome cap washers to finish off the cosmetics. These will dampen the vibes from these harsh motors, and last a lot longer that the stock rubber units. Also featuring the tapped holes underneath for gauges.
Yamaha XS650 Smooth: Featuring stainless steel hardware for pinch bolts, and a satin finish. Also, underneath there are 2 tapped holes to add aftermarket gauges, or your factory bracket and clocks. Since these are flat across, when compared to the stock units, they WILL lower your front end about and inch. To some its not a big deal, But its also something to be aware of. It will sharpen up your steering, but you will also lose a little ground clearance at the frame center. Less than a half inch.
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