1. Vertical adjustment
a. Remove the switch lead holding plate, cap, two bolts and pull the grip bar as far either up or down by one notch from the standard position. (Three possible positions only)
b. Tighten the handlebar grip pinch bolt and stopper bolt.
Grip bar stopper bolt: 16 Nm (1.6 m'kg, 11 ft-lb)
Grip bar pinch bolt: 16 Nm (1.6 m-kg, 11 ft-lb)
1. Cap 3. Grip bar pinch bolt
2. Grip bar stopper bolt 4. Standard position
2. Horizontal adjustment
a. Remove the handlebar cover, bolt cap, handlebar stopper bolt, and pinch bolt. Next pull the handlebar as far away from the handle crown as necessary to permit adjustment. Adjust the handlebar either back or forward by one notch from the standard position. (Three possible positions only)
b. Tighten the handlebar pinch bolt and stopper bolt.
Handlebar stopper bolt: 23 (Mm (2.3 m- kg, 17 ft-lb)
Handlebar pinch bolt: 30 Nm (3.0 m-kg, 22 ft-lb)
1. Cap 3. Handlebar pinch bolt
2. Handlebar stopper bolt 4. Standard position
Never tamper with this adjustment device in an attempt at further adjustment. Otherwise, it may cause:
The handlebar to contact the fuel tank or cables to be pulled rense, and the rider to assume an inappropriate riding position. Always adjust the handlebars on each side to the same position. Uneven adjustment will cause an improper riding position.