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Rox Handlebar Risers for 22mm (7/8in) Bars including Kawasaki KLR650, Honda XL650L, Suzuki DRZ400, DL650 V-Strom, DL1000 V-Strom, BMW F650GS, 1100GS, 1150GS, & Buell Ulysses

$105.00
SKU: ROX.3R-P2SSM

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Moves bars up & back diagonally approximately 2" to unload weight from wrists & forearms and relax the neck. Fits all 7/8" diameter handlebars, but is especially effective for Buells and other bikes with asymmetrical handlebar mounts. Clear anodized finish.

Installation hardware is supplied.

These risers are:
---Adjustable
Dual rotation points makes our riser selectively adjustable forward and back, allowing you to fit your handlebars to your preferred riding position. Our risers allow you to raise your stock bars or use a motocross style bar.

---Universal
With its two piece design, our risers will install on virtually any Mini/Off Road Bike that has clamps to hold the handlebars, making it incredibly universal.

---Engineered and tested for maxinum strength and durability:
CNC machined from billet 6061 T6 aluminum

Caution: First determine if you have adequate cable length before installing handlebar risers. Amount of extra cable length varies based on make and model. It is recommended that you consult your local dealer. After installation, check for any binding or pinching of the control cables (throttle cable, brake hose/cable) etc. When you are sure nothing is binding, start machine in neutral, slowly turn handlebar from left to right, if the engine idle speed increases STOP TURNING HANDLEBARS, TURN OFF ENGINE, YOUR THROTTLE CABLE IS BINDING. Check throttle routing and length. You may have to adjust position of controls, or purchase extended cables.
Customer Reviews
Review by mugwort
Rating
I was going to sell my 650 V-Strom because it was uncomfortable to ride, but with these risers it made my riding more comfortable and I kept my bike. Allowed the handle bars to move up and toward me just enough to make it work for my short arms? (Posted on 7/7/14)
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