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    Posted: 19 Jul 2022 at 07:05
Has anybody got an image of the correct top yoke and handlebars for the LM2?

I believe this bike was equipped with clip-on bars from the factory?

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Edited by Stevex - 04 Oct 2022 at 14:17
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dukedesmo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Oct 2022 at 15:06
I have fitted a Le Mans style fairing to mine but still have the LM2 yoke (different fork width/spacing etc.) though I did fit longer clip-ons as the LM2 bars are extremely narrow and steep and don't really fit inside an LM1 fairing.

Note that although LM2 has clip-ons the yoke has fittings for standard bars, presumably because it's a shared part with other models and it's hidden under the dash anyway. 

Here's a couple of pictures of the originals, this shows the bars;


And this the yoke (but with new bars);


Hope this helps.
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Quote Note that although LM2 has clip-ons the yoke has fittings for standard bars, presumably because it's a shared part with other models and it's hidden under the dash anyway.

Also because the mouning method for that style of dash (identical to Spada, except has embossed legend 'Le Mans' instead of 'SP' in the lower 'apron' portion), requires two threaded pillars that screw in where the handlebar clamp screws would go. (On the Spada the lower threaded stud of the pillar also functions as the forward one of the pair of handlebar clamp screws.)

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