You can get away with 2" risers without changing anything, you just need to pop the triple tree off and route wires and hoses to the inside, takes 15 minutes. On some bikes you may not need to reroute anything.
If you want to go higher though, say 3.5", then you need new clutch and brake lines, the wiring still works if moved to other side of triple tree.
Adding new clutch and brake lines is pretty simple really.
Just wanted to ask if any body ever put highway pegs in their v stroms? If you did , do you have any pics and how did you do it . My bike is going to be a highway queen so i am not worried about catching branches with any external tubing hanging off the bike. Thanks Trike
What is the best method (not ratchet strap over rafter) to remove both the front and rear wheels on a ‘19 DL1000 that is equipped with a center stand? Ex. Head/steering stem lift, fork hybrid lift, etc.
I’m planning on using the center stand to remove the rear wheel, but I’m trying to make up...
just coming up on my 12,000 km service and I'm getting some conflicting info from the owners manual vs the service manual.
service manual says to replace every 24 months or 12,000 km vs owners manual that says every 48 months or 24,000 km.
IMO, 12,000 km seems ridiculous...
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