Tusk handle bar risers. Xr650 stock cables.

I have these and the stock cables work fine. Says 3/4 inch rise.

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&webTypeId=241&navTitle=Handlebars-Control&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=3154

But I'm interested in these because they claim to raise bar 1.2 inches.

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&webTypeId=241&navTitle=Handlebars-Control&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=25849

Anyone tried these? Work with high bars and stock cables?

thanks

I use the Pro-taper adapters for my RC High-bend Renthal Fatbars and my stock cables are stretched to the limit.....I guess the only thing you can do is look at your current setup at full lock both ways and see if your cables look like they have another 3/4" of slack to account for the difference between the rise of the Tusk products.

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same configuration as the fellow before... and yes stretch to the limit, but it works. You really have to reroute them perfectly to make it work but it is all working flawlessly for me. And the stand up riding is now a blast, and I'm 6.1 foot.

:cheers:

I have these and the stock cables work fine. Says 3/4 inch rise.

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&webTypeId=241&navTitle=Handlebars-Control&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=3154

But I'm interested in these because they claim to raise bar 1.2 inches.

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/productDetail.do?navType=type&webTypeId=241&navTitle=Handlebars-Control&webCatId=12&prodFamilyId=25849

Anyone tried these? Work with high bars and stock cables?

thanks

I have the 1.2" tusk risers on my xr650l, without high bars, so my cables fit fine. what i did want to warn you about is that the risers had to be reamed out about 1/16". the bolts holes, (center to center) were at least 1/16 inch too short on each riser hole, so all 4 needed lengthened. with just a drill and a dremel, it tool a while.

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just fixed one on my bikes...more comfortable handling fer sure!

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