Got any photos of this, Mr. iXXion? :eyebrows:Remove the thin wire clips on top of the fork tubes. Loosen the handlebars, slide them up the fork tubes, and tighten them securely. Check all wires, cables, and hoses for clearance, rubbing, and proper function from lock to lock before you take to the road.
The pictures and the posting were made by a friend of mine. I supplied the handlebars. I do know about the convertibars, but I don't like them. In my opinion they are very ugly..... (sorry).Helvet, That's a great link!
I think that you would have a greater range of motion with Convertibars, though! IMHO
You may need to get longer cables/hoses to get the maximum benefit from the system and possible a minor trim to the bottom of the windscreen for maximum usable rise/pullback.
Watch the video!
This nobody can answer. It depends on your size, your riding style, and on what you like. In Italy you can go fast for a long time. On highways (Autostrada) the original bars can be more comfortable at higher speeds (less wind). In the mountains (Dolomites) a higher bar can be more comfortable, especcially coming down the mountain (less weight on your wrists).How much actually difference does the height make in comfort in the long haul? If I drop $200+ on a set of bars, they dang well better be worth it. If you've using any of these for a while, how do they compare to the stock? I bought my BB used and I'm pretty sure the bars are stock, but mine are even with the triple tree bolt, not raised at all like in the cool animate gif pics.