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.
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.