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Anyone can purchase Vorgue's handlebar via Webike Japan as follows.

Open web page URL ‘http://japan.webike.net/non_list_item_quotation.html’

Fill in each field like below then send.
Manufacturer:VORGUE
Product name:Taper Handlebar for Diavel 1260 BK
Model number :VGD1006 BK
Type:Black
Motorcycle model:Year
Quantity:1

Webike will respond.
You can begin purchase procedure.
 

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With the help of Talkriver I managed to buy a set of the Vorgue handlebars for my XDiavel.

fitted them already and did a 160 mile trip, I’ve got to say that for me they’re a massive improvement over the stock bars…👍👍

thanks for the help Satoshi..😎
Hey Enoch please can you post some photos of the Vorgue bars when you get chance? Be interesting to see some pics from different angles if you get a mo 👍🙂📸 thanks
 

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Hi Everyone eventually got round to ordering these Vorgue bars. Any tips on fitting them please? Another thread suggested removing headlight and both odo/ instrument displays? Thanks in advance. 😉👍🏍🔨
 

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last i checked on webike, its no longer on sale? anyone can confirm this?
It's not an off-the-shelf order.
Try this route
"Anyone can purchase Vorgue's handlebar via Webike Japan as follows.

Open web page URL ‘http://japan.webike.net/non_list_item_quotation.html’

Fill in each field like below then send.
Manufacturer:VORGUE
Product name:Taper Handlebar for Diavel 1260 BK
Model number :VGD1006 BK
Type:Black
Motorcycle model:Year
Quantity:1

Webike will respond.
You can begin purchase procedure."

Good luck
 

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It's not an off-the-shelf order.
Try this route
"Anyone can purchase Vorgue's handlebar via Webike Japan as follows.

Open web page URL ‘http://japan.webike.net/non_list_item_quotation.html’

Fill in each field like below then send.
Manufacturer:VORGUE
Product name:Taper Handlebar for Diavel 1260 BK
Model number :VGD1006 BK
Type:Black
Motorcycle model:Year
Quantity:1

Webike will respond.
You can begin purchase procedure."

Good luck

Thanks Mate, I have been accessing from my Phone thus viewed it all wrong. Placed my order and awaiting arrival.
 

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I just placed my order, I will have to say that this was not straight forward.

I hit the link above, but for some reason my Mac decided to translate everything to my language, using google translate or something, lets just say I had a hard time finding the "non list item quotation", as it somehow got translated into the Norwegian version of "non stock market listed element", along with some other hysterically funny translations.

But I got around it, registered an account, sent a request, and within 12 hours I had a quote.
The purchase from the quote was easy, paid with PayPal and now it's on its way.

Oh, and when signing up, I got a 1000 Yen coupon (USD 8), which made a dent in the shipping cost, making the total including shipping USD247 / Euro 238.
Not a bad price at all.

Now to wait and look forward to replacing the bars when they arrive.
 

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The bars arrived on Friday and I swapped them today, all in all it took me about 1,5 hour, but had I done it again or had an extra pair of hands it would have been done in less than an hour.

As far as I can see, I had only one problem with the bars, and that was that the holes for the left grip was too big.
My heated grips were fastened with two M4 (4mm) allen screws, but the pre-drilled holes is 4,5mm, meaning I need to get a pair of M5 (5mm) screws, my local hardware store was out of them so they should arrive on Friday, so currently my left grip is not fixed.
The rest lined up perfectly.

I'm sure many other, like me, wonder just how much this change the bar position.

I did an attempt to get a reference point, so I put a stick across the bars from the center of the grips, and another down to the tank, the stick landed on the fuel filler cap ring, the Vorgue on the cap itself.
Approx 25mm closer to the rider.

Haven't ridden the bike obviously since the left grip is loose, but my initial impression is that this feels more comfortable and to me (174cm/5´8.5"), I think it's an improvement.
I've set it where it felt ok in the garage, but I may adjust it a litte after the first ride.

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First off I've been able to ride the bike a few trips now, to me the bars are an improvement.
First I had them rotated a little low, but I set them like in Bandito's picture and that seems to be the best position.
I'm happy with the swap.

Any of you guys have their stock 1260 handlebar for sale? pM me if so I’m looking for some
Unfortunately I do not want to sell mine.
I was not sure about the change, but I unfortunately dropped the bike at standstill last year after an emergency braking incident, the possibility of having bent bars was what made me do the change.
I have checked my stock bars, the right grip may be about 2mm bent from putting it on a flat surface.
Not a whole lot, but enough for me to not pass it on to anyone.
 
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