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2.75 clip-on rise


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https://motociclo.com.au/product/tarozzi-clip-ons-high-rise-78/

I can already tell I need to sit up a bit more, especially with a passenger on-board. After some research, these seem like an alternative, mounted under the top triple tree, unlike the stock bars, atop. I realize this would diminish the 2.75" lift. I'll have to measure this distance, to see just how much is lost.

and then there is the issue with the lines…

 

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The more I examine this option, I think I could remove the stock bars, raise the forks through the triple trees about a half-inch (achieving a welcomed slightly faster steering), then mount these Tarrozzi on top on the triple tree, achieving a solid 3" lift. The added bonus, maybe no need for longer lines!

After I complete this handle bar mod, I want to fabricate rear foot peg mounts that don't put the passenger's feet tucked under their ass. I think I could easily make a new plate mounted to the same two upper mount points, same muffler mount relationship, then a more forward foot peg mounting location.

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2 minutes ago, Cabernet said:

You'll be surprised how much that'll slow the steering.

 

Raising the forks up through the triples will speed the steering. It shortens the wheelbase.

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Under the top yoke there are lugs for drilling to accept bar mounts.  I drilled mine 10mm dia and fitted Renthal CL003 mounts with  828-50 bars. Needed new throttle and choke cables along with brake and clutch hoses. Electrics stretched.

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