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Mr Intruder
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PostSubject: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Aug 12, 2011 4:07 pm

Ok so I installed the 2" risers on to my C800 today.
As you know from another thread I was not happy when the arrived because they were not an exact match (as advertised) to the stock risers but were infact chrome instead. Anyway I got over my initial disapointment after looking at the front end for a while this morning and realising that they will probably look ok as there are numerous places where brushed steel sits very well with full on chrome.

Before starting this I would advise you to cover your tank to avoid any possible damage & if possible have a helper. I did manage it ok on my own so don't worry if thats the way it's got to be but it is a little difficult at times.

Ok to start you will need to undo the nuts that are under the triple tree that hold the stock risers in place, for this you will require a 19mm socket. I loosened these off but only took the nut right off when I was ready to take the risers off the triple tree.





Next I used a pointed object (knife) to pop out the little plastic chrome caps that sit on top of the bolts that hold the top section of the stock risers in place & the handle bars in place.
When undoing the hex/allen bolts you will reqire a 6mm hex/allen. Be carefull when you do undo them as when they finally release there grip on the bars they will spin if not held.





When you have finally released the handle bars and moved them out of the way you will see the bolt head inside the stock riser. Now simply give the bolt nuts the last few turns by hand that are under the triple tree and the stock risers will come away in your hand.





Here you can see the difference that a 2" riser will make, when comparing it to the other one in the picture. 2" does not seem a lot of extra rise but it really is a lot.
In the picture it looks all wonky & thats because it is, at that point they are just place on the triple tree and not tightened down.





The cables do look like they are stretched to the limit with the risers installed but they actually do have a little play in them. There is no way you can go any higher than a 2" riser over stock on the bike after the 2009 model. This really is the limit without extended cables.





I like them a lot & the riding position is absolutely 10x better and the bike looks better with the bars raised up that little bit more. I am also very happy that I have got the extra hieght and been able to keep the stock handle bars in place as I really like the classic cruiser look and the bars are part of that.








Cheers Dave


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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:39 pm

They look good and although they are chrome they blend in fine as if they have always been there very smart and practical.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:31 pm

As always an excellent write up Mr Intruder, your detailed posts are appreciated

I think they look absolutely great, bet your well pleased.



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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:48 pm

Nice write up - always a pain doing photos while you work but so helpful to others! I like the result - the chrome looks fine to me. Impressed that you feel the ride is a lot better. Look great. Now all I have to decide is whether to go for 10" apes or 2" risers. Both these would stretch the cables to the limit I think

. and write up.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sun Aug 14, 2011 11:03 pm

Went for a ride today for about 1.5 hrs solid & the difference the 2" risers made was wonderful. The ride position feels so much better, it's feels so good to have your hands up higher. I know it's only 2" but I felt I had to reiterate the difference that it makes, simply because it really does & at only £28.00 delivered it's a mod that I would recommend.
anyway thats enough from me on this subject
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Mon Aug 15, 2011 8:25 am

I'm in a dilemma now.
I was thinking of changing the bars to a higher and slightly narrower set
because I really like the oe risers, but these don't affect the 'look' of the oe risers too much,
and it would save me stripping all the controls. Hmmm....
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:40 pm

Nice job on the riser install. I just did the same myself. I bought my 2" risers on eBay for about $22. Included the risers and the new, longer bolts and nuts. The whole install took about one hour. I am very happy with the riser install. However, the riser install does leave the cables pretty tight. Tighter than I felt comfortable with. So this weekend I set about extending the cables. All the electrical cables are now extended by about 4 inches. I have a background in electronics, so itwas pretty easy. I undid the two small screws holding the headlight in, released the headlight front assembly, setting it down on a towing, and went about extending the cables with some electrical wire, solder, soldering iron, shrink wrap, electrical tape, and a heat gun. About an hour later, I had extended both the left and right wiring. Before I soldered the extensions in, I slid a niçe, shiny, 1/2" rubber tubing over the entire wire, all the way up to the brake/throttle, and clutch levers. Once I was done, put it all back together, and wire tied everything together. Everything looks great, the only thing I need to do noe is extend the throttle cables and clutch cable, which I do not feel comfortable doing. Had anybody extended these cables? I will be creating a new thread so I don't end up talking over this thread. By the way, Mr. Intruder, what model of Tachometer did you use? I am not sure what brand and type of tach to use ...
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Oct 19, 2011 9:09 am

I was also concerned at first with regards to cable length but felt that they were at the limit but not beyond it. However of I had your Knowledge and ability I may very well of done the same or possibly even gone a for a slightly higher rise.
As for the Tach I bought the Baron but it was a bitch to get it to work properly, I changed all the connectors to get a better fit but for you that won't be an issue.

And welcome to the site, when you get a minute pop in the relevant section and introduce yourself to the members
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Oct 19, 2011 9:17 pm

Hi just reading your posts very good write up Dave,a lot of people put their cables this side of the triple tree to give more freedom on the cables,just an idea,a good cheap fix.With your tool roll,and screen they would not look to much out of place.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Oct 19, 2011 9:22 pm

alfie92 wrote:
a lot of people put their cables this side of the triple tree to give more freedom on the cables
Crikey yeah I had forgotten about that, I will switch them around at some point
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:49 am

Looks good. I am thinking about some pullback risers myself. It's nice to have photos to go with the instructions. Good work.

-Tim
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Jul 18, 2012 9:57 pm

I fitted some of these myself today and I've got to say what a difference they make ! it feels so much better £23 from some American company
E-bay Link

They seem quite cheap for other things too , feedbacks not brilliant but the risers are pretty good and came within a week.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:10 pm

It really is surprising the difference that the extra couple of inches makes. At these prices it really is a well priced and easy mod, one to recommend for sure
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:32 pm

Thats a great price for the added comfort & would give the same raise that a 9" ape
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:15 pm

I was interested in this - so much so I went out to my bike to make some investigations. I removed the handlebar clamps and had a stretch of the cables. I was not happy with 2"...... I" maybe but probably not worth it for that so I think I will stay as I am. Shame because they look good and easy to fit.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:25 pm

I've checked my cable's and they're not pulling tight anywhere when I turn the bars from one side to the other on full lock, I wonder if it's because you have your bars more upright than mine ?
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:47 pm

I am the same as you Sim, some of my cables are at full stretch so to speak but none are pulling in any way!
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:51 pm

Hi John I have won a set of VL800 bars off ebay and what I have done whilst waiting for bars to arrive is place all my control and electric cables to the inside of the trees,this does give you more to play with ,I have been out riding,with my m800 bars on and not found any discomfort or chaffing in any way.Will take photos when the bars arrive,and I fit them.This is a way of getting more higher with your risers without changing any cables,or brake line.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:44 am

Thanks for your supportive comments guys. They no doubt would go on with a bit of cable fiddling. I tried with my bars pushed forward and the cables appear to 'relax' a bit compared to back. I don't think the cables would pull, rather be at their limits. I think it's no more that the cables seem to be right for the factory riser and I just personally feel a bit uncomfortable taking things any further. Never say never, mind!
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:58 pm

Just bought some having tried Sim's on Sunday !
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Wed Jul 25, 2012 2:34 am

The proof of the pudding is always in the eating, and that 2" has got a surprisingly big taste.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:38 pm

Mr Intruder wrote:
The proof of the pudding is always in the eating, and that 2" has got a surprisingly big taste.
just what my missis said when she met me lllloooollll
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:42 pm

Well its alright chewing but did she swallow lol!
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:52 pm

sorry mate i dont kiss and tell lol
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Jul 28, 2012 12:27 pm

fat intruder wrote:
sorry mate i dont kiss and tell lol

I try not to kiss mine
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sun Jul 29, 2012 9:19 am

Good morning everone, glad to see the mods to your bike are still ongoing Dave, regards Doc Cox
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:38 pm

Fitted and tried on a short test ride. they seem to make a world of difference but I won't really know until I ride further than a couple of miles which is all I've had chance to do.

Cables are stretched but not overstretched as per other's comments on this thread ... having said that, I wouldn't even think of going over the 2" rise that I have as the cables would definitely need re-routing at the very least.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Mon Aug 06, 2012 8:00 pm

Nice Job
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jan 31, 2013 1:47 pm

I just received 2" risers. thank you for these instructions. They will be a great help when I get the time to put them on. What would be involved with moving to other side of triple tree. Thank You
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jan 31, 2013 2:16 pm

The only awkward part is moving the brake line,you will have to bleed your front brake after.A good time to replace your brake fluid.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jan 31, 2013 2:27 pm

Thanks. I am not going to get in a hurry to do it. I will wait until I have plenty of time and weather before I do it.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jan 31, 2013 2:31 pm

By the way. I should get my tank cover by FedEx today.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:20 pm

I did not move any cables, they all stayed in front of the triple tree. I was happy that they were fine and not being stretched, although I would not have gone any higher on stock cables.
If memory serves me right the cables were shortened in 2007. The shortened cables also meant that the maximum height for ape hanger bars was reduced from 12" to 10" with standard cables.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:06 am

Mr Intruder wrote:
I did not move any cables, they all stayed in front of the triple tree. I was happy that they were fine and not being stretched, although I would not have gone any higher on stock cables.

No need to create work Tex, They'll be fine as they are
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Oct 17, 2014 7:05 pm

Hi everyone, just fitted these 2" risers, fairly easy fit once I was able to crack the bolts off. Found the new bolt could do with being a tad longer to accommodate the locking nut, left off one of the washers so that it tightened up snugly. This was a fairly cheap mod, $22 plus $16 postage but no import duty..... yeh! 
Everyone calls them a 2" riser but in fact they are 2" extension in reality, so I suppose once fitted the riser is about, what, 4"?
Only bought these because others had recommended them. Thanks, excellent for the money, and make a real difference.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Oct 18, 2014 11:04 am

A good mod Bill 
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Oct 18, 2014 7:25 pm

Good job done Bill, really does make a difference 
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:45 pm

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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Feb 25, 2017 5:49 pm

EazyDuz wrote:
Ordered some myself, from here:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/401025834642?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

You won't regret fitting those Eazy 
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:40 pm

I like it when new members get info passed down from a while back, all due to the forum search facility and well organised archives. 
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sat Feb 25, 2017 8:16 pm

simbo wrote:
EazyDuz wrote:
Ordered some myself, from here:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/401025834642?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

You won't regret fitting those Eazy 

I don't mind the stock set up, it is a little far forward and low though so I'm sure it will be a nice improvement.
Just another excuse to mod lol
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Sun Feb 26, 2017 5:30 pm

No excuse needed to modify a bike Eazy, excuses are needed not to.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Mar 09, 2017 1:33 pm

Just a heads up before anyone orders the same ones I did. Turns out they cost about 45p over the non customs charge, and so ive had to fork out a further £11.38 to have them delivered. 
Annoying, makes them quite expensive but couldnt find anything suitable in this country.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Thu Mar 09, 2017 9:13 pm

Next time eazy, request they send as a gift
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:21 pm

Got them fitted. Was quite tricky as the kit provided nylon lock nuts which made tightening them up difficult.
Also not overly keen on the slightly narrower bolts provided compared to stock, causes a little bit of flex in the steering until tightened right down. The stock bolts by comparison fit perfectly through the yoke hole. Seem sturdy enough once bolted together though.
Not rode yet but sitting on the bike feels much more laid back and comfortable.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:48 pm

EazyDuz wrote:
Got them fitted. Was quite tricky as the kit provided nylon lock nuts which made tightening them up difficult.
Also not overly keen on the slightly narrower bolts provided compared to stock, causes a little bit of flex in the steering until tightened right down. The stock bolts by comparison fit perfectly through the yoke hole. Seem sturdy enough once bolted together though.
Not rode yet but sitting on the bike feels much more laid back and comfortable.
Eazy I have the same risers installed on my Trike. I did replace the bolts with same sized bolts as stock. Have ridden many thousands of miles with no problem. They really made a big change in riding position.
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:57 pm

Some, but not all, manufacturers in the US have moved into the 21st century and joined the rest of the world in using metric sizes. My C800 has 14 mm bolts oem and I have had to use 14mm bolts on the new risers. I don't know what you mean by slightly smaller. Have you used 12mm  or 1/2 inch UNC instead of 14mm? You need to sort it or the bars will twist. And it will play on your mind forever. If they've provided 12mm bolts the extensions will also be 12mm. They may be 9/16 inch UNC, which is very close to 14mm.

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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Mar 10, 2017 4:12 pm

Not sure what the size provided is, but the OEM nuts just slid down the new longer bolts.
There's no flex when its all tightened up and since the lock nuts are nylon I cant see them coming loose. Ill see how it performs. The socket I used to remove the nuts was the same one for both sets, but the threaded diameter is smaller.
Also where can I buy those plastic chrome bolt covers as one broke when I tried to remove it
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Mar 10, 2017 5:23 pm

EazyDuz wrote:
Not sure what the size provided is, but the OEM nuts just slid down the new longer bolts.
There's no flex when its all tightened up and since the lock nuts are nylon I cant see them coming loose. Ill see how it performs. The socket I used to remove the nuts was the same one for both sets, but the threaded diameter is smaller.
Also where can I buy those plastic chrome bolt covers as one broke when I tried to remove it
Do you mean the bit of plastic that fits into the allen heads in the bar clamps?  The Suzuki part number isis 09250-06009.  I left mine off when I fitted my 3" extensions - thought they looked a bit "plasticky" - you're welcome to them if I can dig them out
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PostSubject: Re: * 2" Riser Install Suzuki C800 / C50 *   Fri Mar 10, 2017 6:37 pm

katsd wrote:
EazyDuz wrote:
Not sure what the size provided is, but the OEM nuts just slid down the new longer bolts.
There's no flex when its all tightened up and since the lock nuts are nylon I cant see them coming loose. Ill see how it performs. The socket I used to remove the nuts was the same one for both sets, but the threaded diameter is smaller.
Also where can I buy those plastic chrome bolt covers as one broke when I tried to remove it
Do you mean the bit of plastic that fits into the allen heads in the bar clamps?  The Suzuki part number isis 09250-06009.  I left mine off when I fitted my 3" extensions - thought they looked a bit "plasticky" - you're welcome to them if I can dig them out
No worries I found some on Ebay. You can buy satin black ones too which might look nice on dark bikes
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