Achieve ultimate cutting-edge style. The Chizeled Bar features the edgy profile of the classic Z bar, and combines the hands-up feel of a mini-ape with the narrow width of a drag bar. The result? A classic chopper attitude.
- 1" bar replaces mitered and welded corners with cast seamless 90-degree bends for added strength and style
- Cast elbows eliminate sharp internal bends, and the bar features removable Bar & Shield plugs to simplify internal wiring
- Satin black finish
- See Guides tab for additional components required for installation
Installation of some handlebars and risers may require a change in clutch and/or throttle cable and brake lines for some models. Handlebar height is regulated in many locations. Check local laws to ensure your motorcycle meets applicable regulations.
Chizeled Handlebar is rated
Rated 5 out of
Worth the $300
I get it. You see that these bars are $300. Why buy these when you can buy ones that are comparable for half the price? For me, I wasn't willing to compromise. I waited a few extra months so I could have the exact bars I wanted. You won't find bars with these exact measurements anywhere else. Trust me, I tried. These bars are truly amazing. I'm only 5'6'' so these fit me perfect. Slightly lower than shoulder height and the narrowness is perfect. It actually makes me make easier U-turns. These bars transformed my entire bike. I installed them myself and took maybe 2 hours to do it. You CAN install these bars with STOCK throttle cables and clutch cable. Unless you just want to change them out, don't waste your money. Dealership will tell you that you must change them but the truth is, even with these bars, you still have plenty of slack to make hard right and left turns. However, you do have to purchase a longer brake line. I went with a 44'' inch black pearl magnum from Dennis Kirk ($66). Fits beautifully. If you want to internal wire your wiring, you MUST purchase the extension kit. Even with my wire tuck, I did not have enough wire to wire inside the bars. I paid the $70 from Harley because they have the plug and play wiring kits. If you don't care about internal wiring, your lines will be long enough to stretch. Be aware that your mirrors may or may not work after this install. I am having a tough time finding good positions for my mirrors so I can see. I would recommend purchasing Harley's $35 front turn signal relocation kit and relocate your turn signals either next or under your headlight on the frame. If you choose to leave them on your bars, you'll have to buy wire extensions for the turn signals. Install was not difficult. Overall, I am in LOVE with these bars. They are a must have!
2012 Iron 883
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of
easier install than expected, caution as they are very narrow
took me a couple hours to install myself onto my FXDB. since i have the newer connectors i didn't even have to re wire the connections i simply threaded each side through the bars and done. just be warned that these bars are much more narrow than they look, takes some getting used to for riding. Imagine your arms both straight out in front of you, so for those of you who ride long distance this may get uncomfortable. BUT for me look was perfect, little z bar style with a slight curve in the vertical tubes. killer look
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 5 out of
I installed these bars on my iron a few months ago. Love the way they look, and the feel. Brings you into a comfortable riding postion. Little tricky getting the wires through the bars, but we'll worth it! Highly recommend them!
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 5 out of
Great Looking Bars
I installed these on my 2014 Sportster Iron. They look great and feel even better when riding. Really gives the bike a more aggressive look. All the controls lined up perfect and was pretty easy to install. You will need to extend the wiring, the clutch cable and the brake line. Installation was pretty easy. Only issue I found was getting the wiring for the controls through the inside of the bars. I ended up using fishing line with a fishing weight tied to the end to feed through the bars and then pulled the wires through that way. Worked great. I would definitely recommend these bars.
Date published: 2016-04-21