Most motorcycle speedometers consistently read about 7% high. These can fix that.
about $70 from
If you have "normal" handlebars, you can raise them easily. Just get another set of stock top brackets and four longer bolts. Put the extra top brackets under the handlebars, raising your bars about 3/4" for about $20. If you also want to move the handlebars forwards or backwards, use the kits below.
$55. Retains stock handlebars, cables and wiring. Moves handlebars 1¼" and forwards or backwards 5/8" or 1".
$220. Retains stock handlebars, cables and wiring. Moves handlebars 1" up and changes the separation and angle to achieve 2" pullback.
$130. 1" rise, no pullback. Pictures by Scoot Benson.
$45 for Suzuki and Kawasaki.
Your bike was shipped from the factory with the handlebars detached, and your dealer assembled them. Not necessarily correctly. We have to check alignment on everything. This alignment will be done to fit the bike to you, not the windshield.