I love mine, but wish I would have went 14. The angle at the bottom is a perfect fit for the road glide and they are super comfortable. I did the 12" because I didn't want the added cost/PITA with the new cables. They are very comfortable, but in hindsight I would have done the 14" and changed the cables.
Yep, taking good notes and pictures is priceless and plenty of help to be found. Pulling the wires was a bit of a pain, but well worth the money saved by not paying the stealer. After having one under my belt doing more would be easy.These bars were really simple to pull the wires through IMO I think it took me about 3 hours total to install mine. I did buy the SE TBW to make it a little easier and it's a good idea to go ahead and replace your bushing while your at it. My biggest concerns were the plugs but after reading on here and watching a utube video they are easy to take apart and put back together one thing I did was take a bunch of pics of plugs and wires cuz all it takes is getting one in the wrong hole to mess up your day
I always use some heat shrink tubing on the green connector so it won't pull apart on install. I've done a few sets of bars and so far no problems. Or you can always spring for the SE TBW.Damn. My check engine light is on. I ran diagnostic codes and googled them. Most of the guys who had the exact same codes also changed their bars. It looks like the green connector on the twist grin sensor is the culprit 9 times out of 10.
Time to pull the fairing off again and snake the TBW cable out and replaces the twist grip sensor. Crap.