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The reason you had handle bar riser is so you can stand up comfortably ( not slouched) and ride. Height depends on how tall you are. Taller people will have taller risers.
 

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Go as high as your brake cable, throttle cable and electrical wires let you go. All these parts play a part in how high you can go!

just my .02

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I just ordered a 2" riser made by madd Powersports for my Ultra SPX. an't wait to put it on. They told me 3 " was the highest I could go w/out longer cables. I figured 2" shouldbe fine to start out with.
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I made my own riser on my 97 mxz. 2" rise and 1.5" forward . What a difference. way more comfortable when standing and still comfy on the trail ride to and from the deep stuff. :thumbsup:
 

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I like the way that the ROX RISER moves the bars up and forward.
if all ya do is put a block on there it moves them back to much,allso when you move them forward you can go taller without getting longer cables.

I hated when I had to stand up(which is most the time) and had the bars at my knees,and that was just trail riding,climbing hills was even worse
 

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:devil: Don't forget to buy a set of good gloves or mittens; when you raise the handle bars you also put you hands out in the wind and that makes them colder!
I guess it depends on the sled but Cats with the lower windshield do get colder..
 
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