Member Reviews for Pro-One Handlebar Tach and Riser Kit, White Face, Smooth Finish - Yamaha

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Average Customer Review: 4.68 (based on 22 reviews)

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(5 stars) reviewed on 05/24/10 by
KitsapMike (kitsapmike) from , WA, United States, for a 2008 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Finally got the riser a couple of weeks ago after having it on order for 4 months and installed it 5/23/2010. Was relatively simple to install, follow the instructions, came with a newer wire attachments compared to other reviews I've read, easy to wire into the right coil on my 2008 V-star 1100 Silverado, as stated in the instructions, the 1/2 inch bolts went right though the tree, no drilling or reaming, was snug though the wire guides, but it held the bolts in place while positioning the risers. I did assemble the riser completely to help align both sides (did have to ran a tap in the 4 top screw, had chroming in them. The finish is fantastic, like looking in a mirror. Did have to re route the clutch and choke to the inside of the tree, throttle cables were just fine and i did have to rotate the front break line and move to the outside of the windshield mount. Looks like I will be doing the braded lines sometime this summer. So far with one day riding to and from work, love the new...
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(5 stars) reviewed on 08/12/08 by
Terry Reabel (treabel) from Ottawa, ON, Canada, for a 2004 Special Edition 330 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Install went pretty good, had a bit of trouble with wiring. mixed wires up (and I triple checked it). rear cyl wouldn't fire and tach would not work but light worked. Found that I had reversed the coil wires. Other problems - choke cable length ok, throttle cables ok, brake line real tight. Had to move clutch cable to behind triple tree. Hint - make sure to disconnect clutch and choke cable before removing handle bars as it makes it a lot easier to position bars into the risers. Plan on getting braided cables later, now i have a good excuse to. Find a lot more relaxed riding position although still experimenting with handlebar position and cramp buster position on the throttle,
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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/30/08 by
VERDEL JENKINS (VERJENKS) from ROUND ROCK, TX, United States, for a 2005 TWOTONE RED/BLK 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Not only looks good but very functional,
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1 out of 1 members found this review helpful.

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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/08/08 by
Fred Gallant (blackdiamond) from Grimshaw, AB, Canada, for a red 2007 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Warmed up a bit out so took some time and installed. Not so bad, if you know your bike and how the seats come off shouldn't take more than a couple hours.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/10/08 by
Fred Gallant (blackdiamond) from Grimshaw, AB, Canada, for a red 2007 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

In box to cold up here in the great white north, tobe working on the bike.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 05/15/07 by
starrider (dinochid) from Milwaukee, WI, United States, for a 2004 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

just got it today, hope to have it on this weekend. it seems like a good product. i read in a member review that they didn't like the way the light flashed with the engine speed. i found that the blue wire is for the light and the instructions say to hook it up to the positive side of the coil along with the red wire explaining the flashing. i'll try not hooking it up and see if the tach works. I already hooked up the blue wire to the positive of a 9 volt battery and the black to the neg and the light lit up I will add to this after install. I have been running this for about a month now. It put me into a much better ridding position, now I can sit back and injoy the ride in more comfort. I took the installation to an extreme and did alot of cleaning and waxing while the bike was apart. The blue wire was extended into the headlight housing and hooked up to the running lights in the front to avoid a flickering tach light. I needed to rerought all the cables behind the tripple tree ...
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(3 stars) reviewed on 04/07/07 by
Ivan Reams (IvanHoe) from Fritch, TX, United States, for a 2006, Beach Sand Tan & Liquid Silver 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Very Nice but the the backlight only lights up part of the instrument, kind of cheezy looking at night. Also the white dial doesnt exacty match the v-star instrment background.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 07/27/06 by
Dude (YamaHogTx) from Lexington, KY, United States, for a 03 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Riser and Tach, for less than both pieces separately..... I needed a longer brake line..... Bleading the brake cylinder was the most difficulte part of the whole install.
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2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

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(5 stars) reviewed on 11/12/05 by
Dave Smith (bytefixer) from Woodbridge, VA, United States, for a 2005 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Installed this last Saturday. Nice piece of chrome and functional. At first all I really wanted was the tack but now I like the 4" risers the best. Changed the whole dynamics of the bike. Handles better and more comfortable to ride. Don't know why but makes me feel more confident and comfortable when riding. Was not hard to install, took me about 2 hours. Put the risers on first. Covered the gas tank, removed the handlebars and laid them on the tank. Replaced the risers and gently put the handlebars back on. Had to move the front brake assembly forward (toward the center) about a 3/4 inch to relieve tension on the brake line. Moved the clutch cable behind triple-tree. Hardest thing about connection was getting to the coil. Removed the seat, tank and left fork cover. Removed the two bolts that holds down the coil so that I could get to the connectors. Connectors provided were too large the guage of wire so I could not crimp them as instructions said. Had to get out the ole soldering gun...
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