Handle Bars & Risers
In 2002 - 2003 HD introduced the V-Rod VRSCAW, same style as the picture to the left here. Notice the Grey/Silver Frame? That is what we call the "A" Model thus the "A" in VRSCAW. Then in 2004 - 2006 the "B" Model was introduced as the VRSCB thus the "B" Model has a Black Frame.
Then in 2006 they Introduced the "Street Rod" with the first Inverted Front End (that is very similar to the Muscle now and the newer 2012 & Up V-Rods. The Street Rod was an experiment to attract Sport Bike Riders to HD. It ran a few years and sales were too low to keep it going for only a few years.
In 2006 a lot of things happened to the V-Rod they added the First CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) with plenty of Custom Accessories added to this model. The "Nightrod" was also added and the beginning of the creation of the "Nightrod Special"!
The Nightrod Special was introduced in 2007 with the 240 Rear Tire and 5 gallon tank which was really needed.
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You have Two Different Models for Handlebars, the Silver VRSCAW and the VRSCB Models they both have different "Clamshells" that hold your Speedometer in place. Look closely at the Handlebars below to see the difference, you can switch your Riser that holds the speedo in place as the Speedo itself is the same the "housing" or "Clamshell" we call it is very different!
You can remove your Speedometer Housing completely and go with our "Gaugless Bars" that will fit ANY V-Rod but you would have to Replace your Speedo with one of our "Gauge Mounted Airbox Covers" or go Digital and you can Mount it on your Gaugless Handlebars with the correct mount we sell.
YOU CAN FIND HYDRAULIC CLUTCH FITTINGS FROM "GOODRICH" HERE TO MAKE YOUR OWN CUSTOM SIZES.
AND SHOULD BE INSTALLED BY A MECHANIC THAT INSTALLS BRAKE AND CLUTCH LINES, ESPECIALLY THE ABS BRAKE LINES.
LET YOUR SHOP MEASURE THEM SO YOU DONT ORDER TOO SHORT OR TOO LONG!
IT CAN BE EXPENSIVE IF NOT MEASURED CORRECTLY!
Our Bars Require Internal Wiring on most All of them, that means that the wires to your Switch housings are hanging down from your Stock Bars Now will Go INSIDE the Bars when you Change them to ANY of OUR Custom Bars Below! Here's a quick Video Explaining the Process, as we Suggest you take them to a Mechanic that knows Wiring because it can be Twice as Expensive if you do it wrong!