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It's definitely way better than the stock position!! all its missing is being able to angle the bars

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Looks like it is the preferred method for lower bars


Preferred method should definitely be a decent set of aftermarket clipons (i.e. Woodcraft, vortex etc) but this is definitely the cheaper option.
Unfortunately I've been stuck using the OEM clipons like this because none of the aftermarket clipons that lower the bars complied with my local racing regulations. There is a lot more flexibility and adjustment with an aftermarket set
 

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And I suppose the CBR is a cruiser.
No, the CBR is a proper sportbike. It's more comfortable than other sportbikes, but it's still a sportbike.
The R3 is more comfortable than the CBR. The R3 "looks" like a sportbike, but in reality, it's not.
It doesn't have the power, suspension, or brakes of a true sportbike. It's also not $14,000+.
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