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    Bar clamp riser.

    So I went to a Yamaha demo.. tried the FZ10... looks are a little bold but the bike is VERY comfy, makes my Cb ride like a train.. plus the power is insane.

    Anyways my only real Cb complaint is the ergonomics, if my bars were slightly raised I think I'd feel more comfy.

    I noticed the bar clamps on the fz are higher than my Cb, there has to be an aftermarket set I could buy until Honda re makes the CB1k



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    A set of pivot risers are what you want. Rox makes a nice set.

    2" rise with forward and aft adjustment via the pivot style mount.

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    Make sure to get the right size, 1-1/8" if memory serves.


    Or you can go with the traditional type of riser with a longer set of bolts.

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    I like that second set up... the rox are easy to get as they are used on snowmobiles to dirt bikes.

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    I've only been on the FZ09 and it was not nearly as comfy as my CB which felt like a couch after being on the Yammer. Ergonomics weren't bad, but the saddle was horrible. My ass felt like I was riding a 2x6 pine board after a while.

    Is the 10 really that much more comfortable than the 09?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DELuth View Post
    I've only been on the FZ09 and it was not nearly as comfy as my CB which felt like a couch after being on the Yammer. Ergonomics weren't bad, but the saddle was horrible. My ass felt like I was riding a 2x6 pine board after a while.

    Is the 10 really that much more comfortable than the 09?
    Yes it is.. completely different bike... it's probably less aggressive.

    The 10 is wider and you sit more upright, it's actually similar to my wife's 16 CB500.


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    Rox Risers work good. I actually just got a free set of Rox Risers and bars from Rox Speed FX to try out for the Grom since it was a new product combination for the Grom and I somehow was selected to give them a trial and then write a review on.
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    Bought +20 mm in black from sw-motech
    not a straight swap , must relocated few stuff

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    What made the job difficult /had to be moved I was thinking of ordering some +30mm risers, any chance you could post a picture?
    Cheers

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    SW-Motech 20mm risers here - standard bars and cables. http://www.hondacb1000r.com/forums/a...9&d=1457880602

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    with 30 mm
    brake /clutch lines are too short
    wiring from left side too
    also must turn 180° the throttle and cables as they became also too short

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