Sabre Tech & Modifications

Street-Rod Cool Twin-Plug Three-Valve Cylinder Heads Five-Speed Constant-Mesh Transmission Offset-Dual-Pin-Crankshaft Shaft Final Drive

Short Sabre Sissybar


Some have said that the "Sabre" backrest sits too high on the bike so what I did was to re-drill the mounting holes in the backrest bar and lower the backrest about 2". You will need a #9 drill and a M6X1.0 tap. The existing upper mounting hole on the bar are now the lower mounting holes. I drilled + taped two new upper mounting holes (you can also change the angel of the backrest if you want). I cut off the excess bar about a 1" below the lower holes. This set up works great with the mustang wide vintage seat. I have attached before and after pics including one with the mustang seat.


After (stock)

After (Mustang)

Disclaimer: Any person who decides to perform any of the above listed modifications, does so at their own risk.
The Sabre Group does not claim any responsibility for damage to your motorcycle or individual.