Living the Stereotype
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Henderson County, NC
I got the Rox and they rock; they pivot, too.
I needed to add at least two inches to the brake line on my K7 ABS.
Also, when I turn the bars to the right lock, the motor revs slightly. The throttle cables ae just a little snug. The first time it happened was in a parking lot, it was almost a religious experience.
Ergonomically, for me, they are great, especially since I added about an inch and a half of foam to the stock seat.
They also make standing on the pegs so much easier. This comes in handy on some dirt roads around here, especially after a large Mexican meal.
When installing the risers, you won't have access to a pair of the cap screws that go into the upper triple clamp. You'll have to get them pretty snug and tighten up the exposed screws to clamp eveything down. Or modify an allen wrench to get to the hidden screws, depending on the degree of pivot.
Sent from my Hewlett-Packard 75C, using the Flying Merkel motorcycle app.
Stromin'Nroman NC28729, USA
DL650A K7 (Greywolf Moto Lab's R&D test mule) June 1, 2012 - present
DL650A K7 April 23, 2007 - January 6, 2012, RIP
"Look here brother, who you jivin' with that cosmik debris?" Frank Zappa, 1975