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Old 03-08-2015, 11:39 PM   #1
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G650GS Sertao question

I am looking for some advice/info on the Sertao with regards to handle bar risers.
Just some background. I am going to rent one of these for a week long event by BMW as my current 1200GS I feel is to heavy for terrain we going through.
I am 6 ft 1 and put Rox Risers on my 1200GS for easier off road riding standing up. Also fitted a SW motech foot pegs which I mounted in the lower of the 2 positions.

I had a look at a Sertao and found the SW Motech pegs (from my 1200gS) will fit on the Sertao, just need the smaller metal thing on the inside of the spring from the 1200 as the Sertao one is just a tad too big.

The handle bars is of different width and thus I cannot use my current Rox risers. If I do fit any, does it require cable re-routings/extensions? My initial assessment by looking at the Sertao was that there is not much room. Am I correct?

Appreciate any feedback on guys who did fit risers.
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Old 03-09-2015, 12:48 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by bikeroz View Post
I am looking for some advice/info on the Sertao...
Think you are luckier over at Thumpers ...

Perhaps here :
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Try this page... This is the dedicated Sertao thread.
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