I'm not sure exactly which ones those are, but those look pretty low to me. I was looking at the Woodcraft 75 mm side mount risers; they should put the mount end of the bar pretty close to the stock position, but the angle down will put the bars lower than that out where your hands are. Those are the risers that Woodcraft recommended to me when I contacted them.
I think that CoolDaddyGroove used the 2 inch risers, and found that his bars just kissed the fairings so he stuck some rubber where they contacted. So it seems like those would be the lowest you could use. Of course, even small changes in the sweep of the bars will impact this, but I think you have a pretty small window of adjustment with them that low. DocBrown had posted some pics comparing the 3 inch risers to factory, and it looks like the 3 inch risers give you a lower position, out at the grips, than stock while still looking like they offer a fair amount of adjustability on the sweep.Stampeding.....if I buy the 2 in, do you think I can run them without hitting anything , or pinching my hands?
The first few days after I put them on, I was fiddling with them to get them just where I wanted them; rotating them around the forks just a tiny bit at a time, then staring at it to see if I had them both at the exact same position.If you have not changed them than I think I'm good thanks.
So did they make the bars both more narrow and more angled? I assume the degree of rise can be adjusted down.
risersI'm even more concerned about the wiring rubbing on the fairing below
Yup. Ricardo is the big dawg! Know the delivery manager too.cruise control won't work above 85mph! don't you hate that nanny crap? i had a Subaru WRX that did same at 100mph.
has anyone noticed that the ridiculous "eco" light goes out when the speedo changes from 89 to 90? WTF?!
freakin' attorneys mess up fun everywhere they can!
btw, I got my Ninja at House of Kawasaki where everyone was truly wonderful to work with! Your experience similar with them?
Hi, I am 61 and I took my 2021 SX from DC to Key West and back .... no complains about comfort .. after 1 day ride nothing hurts ... but the windshield sucks! .. I have a touring windshield but too narrow to protect my shoulders .. if you can live with that give it a try .. my other bike is 2021 1250 RT .. so, comfort is paramount to meI've been considering the 2022 SX, but it's looking bleak for getting one, or any manufacturer's bike for 2022. I just located a 2021 (new) at a dealer I know, who's not far away.
What I want to know is...as a 74-year old BMW S1000RR owner who is looking to continue sportbike riding, but wants a little more comfort, with performance...will the 2021 SX make me happy?
I am fit and fully capable of riding my RR 200-300 miles in a day in the mountain twisties, but having power, cornering capability, carrying capacity AND a bit more comfort would be nice.
If anyone here has experienced both bikes (RR and SX) and could comment, it would be a bonus, but any comment on this would be helpful and appreciated. I want to pull the trigger on this, but my 2017 S1000RR is a superb bike and I'd only want to trade it if what I wind up with is a great bike, too.