I got the ATV Mid bars all mounted up and here are the pics:
Edit: I uploaded the wrong pics. I'll have to pull them off my camera card tonight.
In the garage, they seemed great. However, things can feel MUCH different on a ride than they do in the garage. So, I took a 375 mile test ride, and by the end of the day I was hating these bars. I underestimated how much the reduction in sweep would effect the overall reach. The combination of less sweep, lower clamps and lower bars (ATV Mid) was just too much of a change. I just couldn't get comfortable on the bars. It felt like I went from too much sweep, with the stock bars, to too little, with the ATV Mid. After an entire day in the saddle, might right hand was killing me.
Since I decided to actually replaced the stock clamps with the Protaper clamps, rather than using the adapters that bolt onto the stock clamps the bars just didn't fit me right. The adapters act as risers, while the Protaper clamps are actually lower than the stockers. In fact, the ATV Mid bars just BARELY had enough clearance to allow the bars to turn to full lock.
So, my next try is the Raptor bend bars. The Raptor bars, when mounted the way I did it, are about the same height as stock, just wider and with less sweep. Here's a pic comparing the Raptor bars and the ATV Mid:
I think that I may have it right this time, but only a real test ride will tell. Unfortunately, I have to wait for my new throttle tube before I can take her out. Hopefully, it will be here in a day or two.