the head size is slighty different, so the stock ones would not work on the new ones. I have had 4 back ops so these risors worked perfect. I thought they were to high at first, but then they worked great once I got used to it,
I agree, the risers are a must have. I didn't realize how much more control I feel not bending over to ride. I thought it was wierd that the Aromach risers didn't come with plugs though. The stockers don't fit. I will call scoot works tomorrow. Thank's.
where in PA are you? I'm in western ny. We always had to put handlebar warmers on our old sleds , now they all come with them stock. I'll bet you could install the warmers in the ends of each bar, just like in the sleds. Seems like it should work. Always used to be an easy fix.
We are right outside of Phildelphia. I found some heated grips, but I just put grips on this summer that I love. Didn't want to take them of. I ordered handle bar chaps, but they don't seem safe. I may have to go with new grips.
I ordered the Phat II risers from Scootworks and they came with new plugs. The stock plugs fit inside the countersink. The new ones fit inside the hex head. They don't look quite as good but they work.
I only have about 100 miles since the Phat II install, so I'm still getting used to them. But the first impression is "WOW", how did I ever do without them?
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