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I was at Pro Italia two weeks ago and asked about them, they claimed that they weren't available. I've gone ahead with the convertibars, and longer throttle cable. That seems like to only viable alternative to the risers.
 

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K1200GT said:
Anyone seen them?
I appologize, guys. I havebeen busy as heck. I have been working on "projects 'till 1am everyday for the last couple of weeks, and I am leaving on my first trip on the Smart tomorrow morning. i hope to put about 1700 miles on in the next few days.

When I get back, I promise to upload some picks of the Converti-bar set-up I installed. At that time, i will also have allot to say about the overall ergonomc improvements of the machine. :D

Promise, when I return next week, I'll fill you'all in. I am going to do the Ducs on the Blue Ridge run as part of my assigned riding. I am hoping to run the Applachian's from PA to Georgia, and back.
-Capt
 

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drewogatory said:
The specs for the cycle cat risers are posted on their site now. Looks good for the PS owners,but not so hot for the Sport guys. If I've deciphered cycle cats' specs correctly I think the MH900 kit is the same but a little higher. That SHOULD be about perfect for the Sport. IF cables and wires are long enough,that is. :think:


http://www.cyclecat.com/objects/dbr7-full.jpg
http://www.cyclecat.com/objects/DBR4group2a.jpg
That's the same conclusion that I came to--DBR4 for Sport 1000--and Cycle Cat agrees. But, were not sure if the bar end mirrors will fit the Cycle Cate bars. I'm going to check it out and report back. For now, I believe the diameter of the CC tubes is .654 inch while I suspect that the factory bars have a diameter of .875 (7/8) inch to fit the Napoleon/factory mirrors. So, it might be to tight of a squeeze.
 

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Should be an easy fix either way. I'm not in love with the mirrors,although the majority of my parking lot mishap was absorbed by my rh mirror with very little damage past a bent mounting bolt. I am, however, forever aware of the width esp. when in traffic.
 

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MrBeans said:
That's the same conclusion that I came to--DBR4 for Sport 1000--and Cycle Cat agrees.
I emailed Cycle Cat yesterday about the risers for our Sport 1000's and was told within a week they will have a bike and in two weeks should have a kit for the Sport Classic 1000 ready.

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johnrg said:
I emailed Cycle Cat yesterday about the risers for our Sport 1000's and was told within a week they will have a bike and in two weeks should have a kit for the Sport Classic 1000 ready.

John
I talked to them on Monday. It sounds like the DBR 4 is going to work for the Sport 1000. Cycle Cat is the best--had 'em for my 851. So, I'll be ordering as soon as they find out for certain.
 

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P/S Cycle Cat Risers, very nice kit.

Takes a little setting them up and you have a choice of full bar arch (up and back at you) or sucking the clamps closer to the triple clamp (wish signal assembly was a little smaller so I could move both to the max). The comfort level has improved nicely.

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y144/dscotsman/PS/1861bea6.jpg
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y144/dscotsman/PS/e7d895b6.jpg
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y144/dscotsman/PS/49cc27c1.jpg
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y144/dscotsman/PS/56ab4724.jpg
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y144/dscotsman/PS/da8c5c47.jpg
 
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