Option 6.) LSL
2006 - 2008: LSL - Daytona 675 06-08 Z150T037
Pros: 1 1/2" Rise
Cons: Fairing spacers are provided and must be installed to prevent the bars from contacting the fairing. Also longer stainless steel break-lines and a break fluid reservoir mount are required and are provided with the kit.
2009 - 2010: Daytona 675 09- Speed Match Z153T045R
Pros: 1" Rise, no modifications necessary.
Cons: Only a 1" rise.
Option 7.) Gilles Variobars
Pros: A very high quality product with various riser options available..
Cons: As with some of the other solutions mentioned here, some changes such as longer control lines and possibly some fairing modification may be required.
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Option 8.) ConvertiBars
Pros: Virtually infinitely adjustable; more so than any other option here. They can even be adjusted while out riding. For example, you could have them higher for commuting, and at the foot of the canyons you can pull over and drop them down for carving.
Cons: Some may not be able or willing to pay the asking price for these new, which as of today is $339.95, and is the most expensive option here.
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Option 9.) Tarozzi Clip-ons
Pros: Choice between Low-rise 40mm (1.6") higher, or High-rise 70mm (2.8") higher. Four different positions available, also angle adjustment. Reasonably priced.
Cons: Depending on the year or your bike you may need to do some fairing trimming, and for the High-rise version longer control cables may be necessary.