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#10

Offline BravoMike

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Re: Wunderlich Bar Risers
Reply #10 on: December 04, 2021, 12:15:47 AM
*Originally Posted by jakebake [+]
My bmw dealer said okay to fix these to gen 2. There are no problems with clutch cable , however after 1000 miles I noticed that the cruise and indicators stopped working , dealer checked it and aid the electrical cable to the left controls was tight and causing the wires to pull out. They corrected this ( somehow) but now after another 1000 miles the problem is back and happens about every 20 minutes. If it happens whilst riding I stop and wiggle the electrical wire about where it meets the handlebar clamp and the switches start to work for a short time and then stop. Dealer will sort out f.o.c as I asked them prior to fitting the risers. I think it will need a new connection switch as the wires have probably pulled out to the point where they can%u2019t be soldered back.

On a plus side, the bars make a big improvement for me so will be keeping them if bmw can sort a fix

Thanks! This is very helpful. I can imagine that 20mm makes a big difference. I added 40mm risers to a previous bike and it ended up being too much!
Last Edit: December 04, 2021, 12:16:25 AM by BravoMike

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Offline XRNewey

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Re: Wunderlich Bar Risers
Reply #11 on: December 04, 2021, 11:48:19 PM
*Originally Posted by esso_sa [+]
How about Gen 2 ? Is it necessary to re-route/extend the cables with 20mm risers ?

I have them on my Gen 2, and no cables needed extending  👍

 



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