I don't sorry, I meant I just found out you could adapt renthals for a sea doo appologies for the confusion although I have been searching for anything. Why would it not be possible if you dont mind?Hi BTMG, Do you have any more info on how to adapt them, I didnt think it was possible on the spark,
I did remove the photos due to BRP not being to impressed with this post on this forum and did attempt to remove the post with no luck.
The end result was I bought a pair of handle bars my self.
No strain was put on the bars outside of what they designed to do, the rider weighs around 80kg and was heading out over small wave when the unit nose dived and he distributed all his weight onto the bars, in saying that Im 110kg and its possible over time the bars had weakened, they do have a lot of pressure on them as when your hooking in you hold on hard, especially when changing direction.
The rider has some very bad scarring that will remain with him for the rest of his life.
I don't see the photos is ther anyway you can show me hwo the handle bars broke off. This is a huge concern especially for people that are looking in to buying the spark.Has anyone else had their handle bars break on their spark?
Mine fully snapped off leaving a sharp jagged edge that cut the riders chin open.
See attached pics
interesting, so all it would take is someone to manu a mounting bracket. I've seen a few aftermarket companies have made the similar brakets for the larger ski. I assume with the popularity of the spark with the stunt and race crowd this will be here shortlyBecause of the design of the handle bars beeing 100% plastic there is no bar clamp like you would find on a normal jet ski. So the handle bars and stem are all one peice moulded together. so the only way you could do it was if you turned up a piece of stainless steel in a lathe and then welded a plate with a set of clamps on it. Which would be a lot of work and trial and error, There is certainly a market there if a company was to put the R&D into producing a kit. Also magnets need to be attached to the shaft for the safety features of the ski.