Well, the cannella's look a lot better imho, but they cost twice as much and the big thing they only give you just about half the rise and pullback of the scootworks, which is why I went with the scoots. They both work with stock cables, but you'll have to spend some time re-routing cables with the scootworks risers; myself having L&M do me a set of the bright platinum 3" over clutch/throttle cables to better go with the risers. Already have spiegler SS brake lines.Has anyone come across a heel toe shifter? I am also looking at handle bar risers but cant decide between the SCOOTWORKS or the Cannella's i've seen on Direct Line's site. Opinions and thoughts are welcome.
Maybe you could adapt one off an old Honda Trail-90! LOL.Maybe so but i like the concept.
If you run a search on 'risers' and can find the thread from earlier this summer, someone provided accurate rise/pullback figures; the scoots are about twice the rise/pullback of the cannella's. Unless *I* missed something. If you find out different please post the info, as looks-wise I'd rather have the cannella's, but I'm not willing to give up the greater rise/pullback which I *think* the scootwork's gives you. Please lemme know if you find out otherwise ...Yea i dont care for the "collard/sleeved" look of the SCOOTWORKS. From what ive read the pullback may actuall be a pinch more on the Cannella's unless i misssed somthing
Thanks for the info..I just installed the scootwork risers and I had to reroute the brake cable to the other side of the frame and around other wires, by taking off the top the triple tree. I also took off some clamps that held other cables/wires together. All in all, very pleased with the height I gained on the handlebars, and my back is thanking me in advance, right now its winter and its too cold for riding.
Has anyone come across a heel toe shifter? I am also looking at handle bar risers but cant decide between the SCOOTWORKS or the Cannella's i've seen on Direct Line's site. Opinions and thoughts are welcome.