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post #1 of 15 Old 02-17-2013, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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Rox Pivoting risers

whats up guys im wanting to get a few inches of height on my bars if i got the rox risers and put some fatbars on there would i have to change out any of my cables.
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depends on how high you go. the throttle will prolly need to be plus 2 inches.the clutch and front brake have a little more length than throttle, it would be a good time to upgrade to stainless steel cable intead of the oem rubber brake lines


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really about 2 or 3inches is all i want to go i plan on getting the rox risers and some renthal fatbars with the trailtech plastic that is 7 bucks i stand and ride alot so id like to have it so im not slouched over so much when riding
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depends on how high you go. the throttle will prolly need to be plus 2 inches.the clutch and front brake have a little more length than throttle, it would be a good time to upgrade to stainless steel cable intead of the oem rubber brake lines
Contemplating the Roxx myself. I am 6'7" so extra height is needed.

Is there a recommended longer throttle cable? Place to buy the stainless brake line?

Part of me wonders if 2" is enough. I'd hate to extend stuff to have to extend it again. I want to make sure the sit/stand transition is easier as I like to stand often.
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Also curious if the dummy lights just push out of the plastic dash piece. I am going to Fab something up but don't see how they are mounted
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Ok, found the manual on here. Answers my second question, figure in case someone searches I'd post the answer.
"Remove the indicator lenses from the indicator sockets by prying them with a small flat-blade screwdriver.
Remove the indicator sockets from the handlebar cover, then remove the handlebar cover from the handlebar."

I was trying to hard...
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Ok, found the manual on here. Answers my second question, figure in case someone searches I'd post the answer.
"Remove the indicator lenses from the indicator sockets by prying them with a small flat-blade screwdriver.
Remove the indicator sockets from the handlebar cover, then remove the handlebar cover from the handlebar."

I was trying to hard...
I use the rox pivoting risers with the stock cables and brake hose but it is maxed out.
I found a mod quad dash plate on ebay for about $23 and it is great. If you need pics I can get them.

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Picture would be great. If it is easier to text, my cell is in your pm.
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Thanks. That thing is sweet. I designed something similar to hide the lower mount, but for $20 that is a no brainer. Off to ebay!
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