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anyone mount the new fury risers on the bike yet? Wondering about stock cables use/clearance. Tech support at scootworks says they should be fine but wondering if anyone's got 'er done yet?
 

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anyone mount the new fury risers on the bike yet? Wondering about stock cables use/clearance. Tech support at scootworks says they should be fine but wondering if anyone's got 'er done yet?
Just received mine , after supper will install
 

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Installed them today. After some "futzing" everything will clear. However, I did move the clutch cable behind the triple tree to make that work. I am NOT happy with the fitment. There is a 3/16 inch gap from the tree to the riser. The tree is not counter-bored enough to fit the riser properly down in the counter-bore. Don't quite know what to do. Love the pull-back and the rise of the bars.
 

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Fury 10, which risers did you use...? From the photos, the risers looked to be shaped the same as the handlebars...
Used the Fury specific ones from Scootworks. Here is the description:

This brand new custom designed riser package works perfectly with the built-in riser stems of your factory Honda Fury bars! No need to replace handlebars to use risers and get more rise and pullback for your Fury. Simply install our kit on your bars for increased comfort and unmatched style.

The Fury Risers provide approximately 1-3/4" rise and an additional 1-1/2" of pullback for your factory bars. They are easy to install and supplied with all hardware needed for installation.

The Fury Risers are designed with a taper at the top of the riser that matches the factory contours & alignment features and is polished to a mirror finish that compliments your handlebars.

Kit includes 1 pair of risers and installation hardware.•CNC Manufactured from T6-6160 billet aluminum for outstanding strength•Made in the USA, right here in our North Carolina manufacturing facility•Mounting hardware included with the kit
Product Information Name:SCOOTWORKS RISERS FOR HONDA FURY

 

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I am very disappointed!!! I was planning on buying those extensions, but if you don't think they fit well, then ScootWorx needs to redesign them.

Can you please post some photos for me, I might have a suggestion on fixing the fitment of the extensios...
 

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Just finished my install . Included removeing the swirl brackets under top tree , rerout cables , and raising front brake line bracket at bottom tree one inch . I had to fabricate a bracket . A few zip ties and done . Looks good and clean . A little more work verses easy install as advertised but worth it . Love the filling mutch better .
 

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Installed them today. After some "futzing" everything will clear. However, I did move the clutch cable behind the triple tree to make that work. I am NOT happy with the fitment. There is a 3/16 inch gap from the tree to the riser. The tree is not counter-bored enough to fit the riser properly down in the counter-bore. Don't quite know what to do. Love the pull-back and the rise of the bars.
The look is alot as the original bars were didint really bother me . You could install a thick o-ring to fill the gap , Just a suggestion .
 

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Just finished my install . Included removeing the swirl brackets under top tree , rerout cables , and raising front brake line bracket at bottom tree one inch . I had to fabricate a bracket . A few zip ties and done . Looks good and clean . A little more work verses easy install as advertised but worth it . Love the filling mutch better .
Blu did you NOT have the same 3/16 gap reported by Fury 10? Or you do have it but didn't find the appearance as bothersome? couldn't tell from your post, and am concerned about it also. Have received the risers in the mail but not had time to start the install yet; would be helpful to know.
 

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The look is alot as the original bars were didint really bother me . You could install a thick o-ring to fill the gap , Just a suggestion .
That is what I have decided to do. Fabricated my bracket today for the clutch side holder. I really like the pull-back and rise. It did take some "futzing" as I said to get everything to work, but I don't mind that.
Please don't let me stop anyone from buying these. The function is GREAT, just need to tweak the form. :D


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Fury10:
I appreciate the heads up on the gap clearance with them.
It appears a aluminum washer of the correct width is needed to fill the void
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Is it possible to cut that flush and still have the thread depth to tighten them down?

Any chance of getting a couple side bike profile shots? Tank with Handle bars..

appreciate it
 

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There is a set of custom risers for the Fury posted up on the "furyriders forum". They are a different style but it looks like the rise is not as high as the Scootworks set. check them out.
Custom made risers for the fury - FuryRiders
I saw those, too. I had originally been waiting for them but did not like the look. They do seem to not be as high as Scootworks. Hal, at Direct Line Parts, is great to deal with.

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Area808, are these from Hal (Direct Line)... I wasn't able to order them yet...
Yes, it's listed on the website but Hal said in a recent post that he is waiting on the final price.
I guess we'll just have to be patient. :(

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Scootworks risers

Ok... the instructions/directions that I recieved are not even for these risers. And they do not mention having to reroute wiring etc. VERY poor. I suggest rerouting the clutch cable and wiring behind the tripletree. Also I removed the front brakeline block and turned the connection over at the master cylinder. If you do this... **Protect your fininish from the fluid. ** Make sure you pump up and or bleed the brake system as it will let in some air. If you reroute the throttle cables be careful as they can and will bind up. That being said I love the new feel of the bars. Now once I fabricate a temporary heel-toe shifter (torn archillis, in cast) I can ride.
 
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