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1" handle bar risers - Black Path

Just dropped on 1 inch handle bar risers by "black path" they are from the USA, you can pick them up off ebay , search on "ninja 300 bar riser"

took the bike for a 20 minute ride after fitting them and wow... big difference, im really impressed. it most definitely with out any shadow of a doubt feels like a sports tourer now...yippie!

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edit- Spent a few hours this evening riding round town & wow, what difference these make, awesome stuff, its so much more comfortable to ride now

page 2-8 service manual - handle bar mounting bolts - 25Nm - 18 ft-lb


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Lol you went the opposite way from most of us, looks useful though!


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I like these, I'm going to order a set as well!
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Roaring Toyz 1 inch risers

I am 6ft & installed the Roaring Toyz 1 inch risers. (took 10 minutes) and I could not be happier! It also extends the reach 1/2 inch wider.
I love them & my riding angle is perfect!
I recommend anyone to try these & if you do not like them then not much $ wasted
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I may try these. I'm not all about the super sport feel. If I wanted a super sport feel, I would've bought the 600.

Other than torque specs, was there any unique tools used for install like lube or locking paste?
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I may try these. I'm not all about the super sport feel. If I wanted a super sport feel, I would've bought the 600.

Other than torque specs, was there any unique tools used for install like lube or locking paste?
I used Locktite med. (blue)
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Other than torque specs, was there any unique tools used for install like lube or locking paste?
tools used was a torque wrench to get the bolts done up correctly

to undo to them i used a ratchet

i also used some hex socket bits that fit the bolt as well as the ratchet/torque wrench

as i said in the videos dont use blue loctite, medium strength, its over kill. use the low strength 222 stuff thatís all you need

and thatís is it for tools needed





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I have had them on for 800 miles now and really like them also.
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Good videos.

Thanks forr taking the time to do it up right.


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Very nice. I just ordered one as well.
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