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    Full grip on aftermarket bars

    Did alot of research on here and couldnt find a good solution to using a full grip with trim and Start stop switch all fitting on one side of the Riva Bars. I milled an extension on the lathe and milled half of the bar stock to fit into the inside of the Riva bars. I then drilled through and used a Roll pin to hold it into place. I cut the QSTS original yamaha grip of and then butted the ODI up to the QSTS so the ODI is stationary but using a full grip clamped on both sides.
    Came out quite solid!
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    Very very nice!

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    looks very good. What size risers are they?

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    Thanks guys. The 7.5, i mostly ride in chop and stand up alot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scittb View Post
    Thanks guys. The 7.5, i mostly ride in chop and stand up alot.
    Thanks. Is that the tallest ones they offer? Im undecided what to go for, i do abit of everything. i think its 3.5, 5.5 and 7.5? A long shot but anyone have some pictures of the different heights?

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    7.5 is max, 3.5 is lower than stock.
    You can always grab some stainless or aluminum and cut it to legnth if you need taller. By sitting on it the 7.5 feels like close to the highest setting on the stock telescoping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scittb View Post
    7.5 is max, 3.5 is lower than stock.
    You can always grab some stainless or aluminum and cut it to legnth if you need taller. By sitting on it the 7.5 feels like close to the highest setting on the stock telescoping.
    Thanks very much.

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    Thats awesome!

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    Looks good.

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