Hi guys, I bought my naked bike with the intention to eventually change the set up to more of a sports inspired riding position (I donâ€™t like the bikini fairing on the S model). A few days ago I bought a set of ace bars. Toady I fitted them. Overall, the ace bars give a 6 inch drop over the standard bars. There are plenty of instructions and "how to" discussions out there, so i won't make this another one. It was fairly straight forward and I didnâ€™t get too stumped. There were a few clearance issues. Firstly the front preload had to be wound right down to get the clearance required. At the moment there is about 2mm between the bar and the top of the preload bolts. A set of bar risers should fix this. Secondly, the indicators had to be relocated. I mounted them on the headlight bracket. All the wires and cables got crammed in behind the headlight but all seem to function ok, apart from the slight throttle increase of about 200rpm on full right lock. I tried rerouting the cables but only managed to make it worse. I think its safe enough. Working at my own pace, thinking everything through and trying not to f*** up meant that I worked slower than most other accounts I had read, but in the end it only took about four hours. Then a test ride round the suburb, double check all the bolts... and go on a proper test ride to get a brand new set of bar ends and tank protector :grin: I have rearset riser plates for my footpegs (1 inch up, 1 back) on order which should nicely compliment the new bars. Iâ€™m still searching for bar risers. I found a set that would have been perfect at Team Moto Honda on Moss Street for $60 however they only had black. Yes, i know i could have gone with clipons. But they don't have the same charm. I am well aware that from some angles the ace bars look ugly as all hell, but it is a good kind of ugly, functional ugly. Anyway, here are some pics. Old bars New Bars ps. don't use stock mirrors if you like lane filtering. The mirrors end up exactly the same height as the car mirrors, and it makes for alot of tight squeezes.