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Handlebar Riser

aleh314

New member
Any one here install riser to their r18?


Wunderlich has one will become available.

the brake and clutch lines must be change in order to install the riser.
 

Luis

Active member
I was thinking about it. But only 25mm (1inch)? Mmmmm, I don’t know… and also have to change wires For only 25mmm. Mmmm, I don’t know
 

enzo5000

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I'll wait for the BMW risers become available. They are $20.00 cheaper, taller and look better. The longer cables will be needed in either case.

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*Revise: The Wunderlich Riser kit includes the longer cables. The BMW riser doesn't so the price of the Wunderlich is actually better.
 
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TodkaVonic

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I've pushed the speedometer mount as far towards the headlamp as it'll go with the stock clutch and brake lines. The answer is 15.6mm. For anyone who wants to buy these risers with the hope that they'll work without changing the lines, they won't. Sorry.

Now, who's gonna find some non-BMW mark-up priced just slightly longer than stock brake and clutch lines? They're out there someplace.
 
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TodkaVonic

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Elite Member
I've pushed the speedometer mount as far towards the headlamp as it'll go with the stock clutch and brake lines. The answer is 15.6mm. For anyone who wants to buy these risers with the hope that they'll work without changing the lines, they won't. Sorry.

Now, who's gonna find some non-BMW mark-up priced just slightly longer than stock brake and clutch lines? They're out there someplace.
I know, I'm replying to myself.

Anyhow, looking at the installation instructions for this product, they come with the longer brake and clutch lines, which is nice.
 

enzo5000

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I know, I'm replying to myself.

Anyhow, looking at the installation instructions for this product, they come with the longer brake and clutch lines, which is nice.
I like that feature as well, but at only 25mm of rise, it's not worth the trip. Hopefully Wunderlich will offer 50mm or 75mm of rise versions. Then, I'm a player.
 

Cam

New member
I’m a little late to the thread, but has anyone heard if BMW‘s risers have hit the market yet.
 

aleh314

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