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Something I was going to try and address tomorrow was that fitment of the master cylinder fittings preventing the proper location of the levers. The height is fine for me but the levers need to be slanted down somehow.
Here you go, I posted this and it comes up in a search for of all things, "risers"http://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=71248.0Norge bars already have vibration isolators built-in, why duplicate what already exists?Making risers costs so little and can be done with common parts off the shelf. They work too.If they cost more than about $20, it isn't reasonable.They go on and off quickly and can be adjusted from 1/4" to 1" rise as you like. They also bring the bars back correspondingly.
I appreciate your input. I did see your previous post on the spacers used for risers.while you can adjust the height , still need some thing to flatten out the bar angle and get more adjustment out of the controls. taking the tab off is close but no cigar so to speak. Where are the vibrations isolators built in at on the existing risers and bars?
Yeah, MG could have (done a lot of things but...) made the lower attachment point a swivel and still retained the vib isolators and that way you could rotate the entire bar to pull in or push out the bar ends. After that just make the riser portion an internal slip joint that you raise up or down (which also brings the bars back because of the angle) and you secure it with a set bolt or such.Done.That brings so much liability with it though, you just know someone would claim the set bolts didn't and they went down the road and discovered mid way through a turn and they had only one bar attached while the other one beat them nearly to death as the wind caught it and flapped their brains out. (imagine the visual).The inability to rotate the bar ends for better level pull without cutting off tabs and so on is pretty lame though. Just looking at it you know they didn't just have their heads up their arses, they climbed all the way in and forgot the flashlight.
I, too, wish my Norge II handlebars were higher and closer to me. However, rather than risers, I am thinking of replacing the straight handle bar segments themselves with "S"-shaped bar segments, which would allow easy height and pull-back adjustment.
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