Have read somewhere that Aeromach risers can touch the instrument cluster housing when the bars are turned to extremes - anyone else experienced this as a problem??
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I had 6" Aeromach risers w/ 35 degree drag bar on my Mean Streak w/o any problem. The installation was easy and does not require any wiring changes. The set up pulls back the bar about 2-3 inches and you sit upright. I had the set up for about 6 months and changed it back to the stock bar. W/O a windshield, upright sitting is difficult when you are cruising down the freeway at 90 MPH. The stock bar makes high speed cruising easier w/o a windshield. Now, I like the stock set up more than the upright position even at low speeds.
P.S- I should note that the 6" Aeromach risers were made specifically for the Mean Streak.
I have Aeromach's chopper risers. Nice piece but if your dealer doesn't have them in stock, your going to wait a while. Aeromach makes good stuff but they are not the quickest shippers. I ended up waiting 6 weeks for mine and when the showed up they had sent me the M12 version (Kawa uses M10 bolts) and they told me they had no M10 in stock when I called!!! So I said screw it and drilled the triple trees to fit the M12! Put a set of Wisky bar on 'em and looks good if you ask me! I may be biased though.......
you will not believe how much more comfortable changing risers will make you bike.if I have my round bag strapped on my passenger seat i can completely stretch for the long trips.
I used a set of harley 4 inch riser with a little set back.had to drill my tripple tree .my bars will Just graze cluster at full turn but its not enough to be a problem
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