Someone mentioned once they installed two sets of risers but now I cant find him. Anyone have any info about that, like longer bolts or any modifications necessary of any kind.
I was one of those.
Installing two sets is easy.
Install the first set on the bars, then the second set goes onto the first set or vice versa. Sorry, it is early here.
I did have to get different bolts for the second set; if the correct length is not used, they will bottom out in the holes. I bought new bolts and cut them to the length I needed. I think that I also had to modify the heads of the bolts a little so that they would fit below flush with the countersunk holes in the risers. Was really easy, but care must be taken to get the length just right.
You do have to do a little minor/major modification to the body work.
I cut out about a 3/8 to 1/2" hole in an arc in the middle tank cover so that the top riser did not rub on it. I duct taped the bottom of the arc just to seal it from water running down the hole.
It is easy marking the arc for the cut. Just install the double risers, turn the handlebars back and forth a couple of times, and a scratch in the form of an arc will magically appear on the body panel. Then drill about ten holes, and grind or file the arc out smooth.
I bought an extra gas tank panel, in case I ever put it back to stock.
So far, no one, even the dealer, has noticed the cut out in the panel.
If you do this and need help, just PM me with a number and I'll talk you through it.