Sliding the throttle assembly off the old handle bar after the bar end weights have been removed is the easy part. Remove a couple of screws from the control housing and everything comes loose. Just be aware the stock bar has a hole in it to locate the throttle assembly housing. You'll either need to drill a hole in the new bar for the pin, or you'll need to grind down the pin and then wrap the new bar with a little duct tape to prevent the throttle assembly from moving on the bar. I've tried two other bars on my V and always run in to problems with the control housings hitting the fairings when the bar is turned to full lock-such as when backing the bike out of my garage and turning it around in my driveway. I finally went back to the stock bar and installed Speedy's riser so I could rotate the grips down into a move natural position for me-not supersport, not even sport touring, just not enduro flat. Good luck.
Larry aka Charliedog
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