I have them on my 2001 F4 and had them on my first F4 as well.
They do make quite a difference in comfort.
Means less load on the wrists, less stretch on your back and shoulders, lesser pain in the neck.
You will not squeeze Your thumbs anymore on the air ducts.
So much for the pros.
The con is that Your light switch, or hydraulic container, will touch the front fairing below the mirrors.
I would not want to ride without them anymore.
On the other hand, does Ferracci still have a set of them ?
I thought they were sold out a long time ago.
I have a set of 1" risers that fit the early years. I think the brand was LDS and I had them bore out to fit a 2002 F4. You will be able to rise them up further than the fairing will allow. PM me off list and I 'll send you photos. I would sell them for $175 plus shipping.
It doesn’t matter what kind of dealership I contact, they all have sucked! Big Box store that sells used bikes. MV Agusta certified dealer located across the country. Mom & Pop type joint selling Italian brands. They all fail at acting professional. They don’t answer the phone. They don’t return...
First thing is, it’s not that uncomfortable. I like it better than the 1098, the S1000rr, the 2014 Fireblade, and the Brutale 1090rr. Why? I don’t know. Maybe because it’s the bike “I wanted”...? Either way, I enjoy it. The powerband and character of the engine appeals to me. It’s so docile...
So I googled it, look into the old manual..nada.
Need the bulb number for the main headlamp (not the highbeam).
How could this be?? I had an LED in there for years-non matching. When It finally bit the dust I had no idea what the bulb was.
Please and ty!
Also can someone pleasssse post a...
While it's next to impossible to get specialty metric bolts in the states, just about everyone carries metric shelf pins for whatever reason (ikea?). Turns out the staggered 5mm pins are a perfect fix for missing fairing stay pins, without which your turn signals won't work.