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Old 06-07-2015, 04:31 AM
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i have a 02 f4i im a tall dude 6'2" i feel like im leaning forward pretty hard all the time while im riding can get uncomfortable after an hour or 2. Ive been looking specifically at the wood craft risers. They come in all sorts of sizes from no rise to 3 in and every half inch in between. has anyone got them how far can you go before you run into problems with clearance on lines and cables and possible clearing the windshield. or if you have any other recommendations on what to get let me know. I have ridden dirt bikes for more than 20 years and kinda use to that feel as far as im concerned the higher the better.
 
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Old 06-07-2015, 06:10 AM
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I don't have an f4 but I've had Woodcraft risers on my f2 for over 15tkm and can recommend them quality wise. The only problem with them is that the inside diameter of the bars, due to being thick walled aluminum, is so that no bar end weights either go in or lock on. I had mine drilled in a metal shop to 17,5mm so I could fit end weigths.
 
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