Here is my bar setup: Powermadd 4inchpivot block style, powermadd pivot adapter.<thats 1/4 inch rise or something like that. then I bought some fly bars this summer they add probley a 2in rise so i have like a 7 1/4 inch rise total.
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P.S If you have any questions for me just ask. I hope this helps. [^]
I have a 2" pivot and a 6" bar riser. I love it for standing up when I am riding off trail, But when I am seated it is like having ape hangers on my motorcycle. It really matters how tall you are and what your riding style is. If you trail, 3" to 4" of rise maybe good enough. Deep snow riding 6" or higher.
Sorry, that is all he has. I think of a yamaha guy riding a good sled.
He did buy a new rippper coat from hatwigs on saturday. Going to use the old suit with the bike when it's cold out. What can ya do, he's family....
It is sad to say but yamaha has a better design team for their clothes. They are warmer also.
I have a 2000 SKS 700 with a 2" riser. I would like to go more (maybe 2" or 3" more) but I am worried about the brake, throttle, and electrical lines. Will they need to be lengthened or will I have to remove the rubber cover over the center of the bar. In other words, how much rise can I get with the factory lines.
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