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MCL/Blackpath bar risers

Post by CollingsBob » Sat Jun 22, 2019 11:43 am

A small downside to fitting a RDL seat is a slightly greater lean to the bars. I’m considering bar risers...Do either the MCL or Blackpath risers necessitate extensions to the clutch or brake lines?

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Re: MCL/Blackpath bar risers

Post by Bikenagain » Sat Jun 22, 2019 4:36 pm

MCL if you can find some don't need any extensions, just install and ride.
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Re: MCL/Blackpath bar risers

Post by rbentnail » Sat Jun 22, 2019 5:02 pm

I used Genmar 1" for yrs & yrs, no mod of anything else required. I'm now using the old HeliBars replacement pullback top plate and the Genmar 1"- no modification of any hoses required other than re-routing on the right side. By "re-routing" no disconnection of any hoses or wiring, just push them to the inside towards the steering stem.
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Re: MCL/Blackpath bar risers

Post by FJRoss » Sat Jun 22, 2019 11:01 pm

If I had known you were considering risers, you could have tried my Genmar risers out with your seat on my bike when I was there. No extensions needed if a 1" rise is enough for you.
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