Looks like you have the Rivco risers with Chandlierman bars, is that right?
If so, did the stock cable lengths work or did you have to get longer ones?
One more thing--are you able to use the backrest frequently or do the risers give you the extra space needed to lean back comfortably? I have a Fehling unit like yours, but can only rest on it if I'm barely holding onto controls with my finger tips. I have the Chandlierman bars, so I'm wondering if the risers make it easier. I'm 6'2" so I thought the Fehling would allow me to lean back in comfort. Now I'm wondering if the risers are the trick.
No, they are Thunderbike bars...similar tho.
Yes i have rivco risers...just moved the cables around to 'this' side...nearer you. They work great.
The backrest is a real plus...or was, i just sold it as i'm buying a 2020.
Bits are being moved on.
Yes the risers will help cos they sit you up a tad....just gotta leave the bars loose a bit so you can adjust them to where you are comfy..
Yes, I saw in other threads that you are getting a new one. I like the new design for the most part, but I like to camp and I don't see much space to carry gear on the new Rocket. I might have to keep the old R3 for longer trips and get a new one for everything else. I sat on one recently and it feels so much smaller than the old Rocket, and the weight difference is substantial. I look forward to reading your reactions once you get it.