Rox 1 3/4" Pivoting Handlebar Risers for 1 1/8" Handlebar Black. part number: 3R-PP2PPLK. 85.45
This is a tapered handlebar. It's 1-1/8 in the center and 7/8 at the ends. The bar isn't centered. Look at the 3rd row of horizontal white lines on the bar. They are not equal length.
1 3/4" is the most you can do without lengthing handlebar control lines.
Put a towel on the tank so you don't scratch it. Remove the OEM handlebar clamps with a T40 Torx bit. For a bike with 4000 miles 2 of the screws were loose.
Lift the handlebar out of the clamps and set it aside.
Put some Locktite blue on the clamp bolts.
Put both handlebar clamps onto the risers on the bike and start the bolts. Insert the ROX risers into the clamps from the outside of the clamps. Line them up so they're even. Snug the bolts down so the new risers are hard to rotate.
Put some Locktite blue on the ROX clamp bolts.
Set the handlebar down into the new risers and center it. Place the top of the ROX clamps over the handlebar and lightly tighten with a 6mm hex wrench.
Rotate the risers to your desired position making sure to keep them even. Rotate the handlebar so the hand grips are level.
In my case I wanted more pullback than rise so I rotated the risers toward the rider. You can tighten the riser clamps with a #40 Torx or a 10mm wrench.
Tightening with a #40 Torx.
Make sure the handlebar is centered tighten up the top clamps with a 6mm hex wrench.
If the riser is positioned at a steep angle it will be difficult to tighten the lower clamping bolts. I was able to work in a 10mm open end wrench. If this doesn't work rotate the bar up and tighten the inaccessable bolts as much as you can still allowing the assembly to rotate. Rotate to your desired position and tighten the 2 other bolts.
Here's my completed install.
Too insure there are no binding cables or wires turn the front end all the way to the right and all the way to the left. This is the left. There's a little pull on the wire bundle against the top tripple tree clamp. Not enough to cause a problem since it will be seldom turned all the way to the stops.
Too insure there are no binding cables or wires turn the front end all the way to the right and all the way to the left. This is the right. There's a little pull on the wire bundle against the top tripple tree clamp. Not enough to cause a problem since it will be seldom turned all the way to the stops.
The completed project.