What makes Titanium Bars Better?
Looking at scooter bars from a mass perspective most bars on the market are made from chromoly steel. This type of metal is typically used in the bike industry because of its commonality chromoly was an easy choice for scooters because many manufacturers were already familiar with the metal.Titanium scooter bars are going to lighter than steel and just as strong. Titanium flexes so well while maintaining its shape that it can be used for shock absorption and is on mountain bikes.
We’re excited to bring you guys the most affordable Titanium bars on the market!All our years of experience with scooter parts has gone into crafting what we think is the best range of titanium bars ever produced.We use grade 9 titanium, which is usually used in aircraft hydraulic systems, because we knew these bars will spend a lot of time in the air.Built with slightly thicker tubing which we found reduced a lot of the flex that many riders experienced with other titanium bars.Super compatible, all Scooter Hut Titanium Bars come with a slit so you can run them on your HIC setup, get a conversion shim and run IHC, or add a bar adaptor for SCS.We really wanted to make a titanium bar to suit every rider so we just decided to make them in 3 models. T-Bar, Y-Bar and S-Bar.As much as we like the look of raw finish Ti bars, we decided to make ours in 6 finishes including raw so they are gonna look the bit on your whip.At only 750- 850 grams, these are some of the lightest, strongest, best looking and most affordable titanium bars you will ever cop!