Thanks it turns out the trim removal was the easiest part of the job. I dont understand why anyone (as shown in most how to youtubes) would mess with removing the ignition switch.
Anyway, glad I did job myself, 3 hours start to finish (including a mid job beer break), Dealer quoted 8 hours, about $1000! and this was my first handlebar job.
As for the bars, I dont understand why KST cant put the alignment holes for the controls in, just adds more mods for me to do to the stock parts. So I had to dremel off the pins on both controls in addition to punching in the alignment pin at the center clamp (I expected the center pin).
As for 14" requiring no extensions, its true. I had lots of wire length, I did not have to remove or mess with the wire tray as shown in most youtubes. Im thinking I could do 16" without extensions if I removed the tray. The clutch and brake hydraulic cables just barely fit, but they did! No way they would make 16".
And the reason I say 16", the fit for me is not exactly what I was looking for with 14". It got my wrist angle correct (nice and straight), but they are not as high and close to me as I was looking for. Ill use them for a while, but my favorite bars on my Road King were 16", 39" wide, 9" pullback. These are 14", 34" wide and 6" pullback. So wrist angle good, but my arms need to be a couple inches longer to get in my relaxed position.
Oh and being stainless steel, they weigh half what the stock bars do. Not sure what that affects, but it was noticeable.
Couple pics attached