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Question for you all, I have a Suzuki Volusia 800 2001
I would like to install a sissy bar back rest on my original bracket for the bike, is the anything available for it. Something that looks like this. if you guys have pictures of it on your bike i would like to see it.
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and would like to raise my handle bars whats the highest we can put them without nedding to change cable and all.
Pictures would be nice also, Im a visual guy ; )
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The holes in the OEM mounting brackets will only work with an OEM backrest. Anything aftermarket will not fit the bolt pattern which means you will have to drill new holes in the bracket.

The tallest bars you can run on the bike are 10" but you will have to re-route all of the cables and the brake hose to provide sufficient clearance.
 

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I found one on Amazon that bolted right up no problem. They didn't have black, only chrome. This is on my 2008 c50t. I also added a driver back rest, batwing fairing, and accent lights. My windshield should arrive in the mail tomorrow to get installed on the batwing. I'll find a link for the parts and post them below.
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Top Valuable Sissy Bar Backrest With Comfortable Pad Fits For Suzuki Volusia VL400 VL800 2001-2011 Boulevard C50 2005-2011 Boulevard M50 2005-2008 (Chrome) https://a.co/d/fhEYEc9

Grasshopper Limited Drivers Backrest for Suzuki C50 Boulevard/Volusia American Made Non Studded Complete System Quick Release STOCK SEATS ONLY https://a.co/d/1aBuA6r

TCMT Vivid Black Front Outer Batwing Fairing Fits For Suzuki VL800K1 Volusia C50/C50T New https://a.co/d/4CUP9Li

To mount the batwing you will either need the Memphis shades Quick attach blade mount kit or fabricate your own. I opted for the fabrication route, the prototype brackets are on right now so they are rough, I plan to make prettier ones this winter.

I also installed a wireless rapid charging phone mount that I'm loving. I did add one of the little rubber strap things to help secure the phone to the mount that I had left over from a mountain bike mount.

Motorcycle Phone Mount with Qi 15W Wireless Charger & USB C 20W Fast Charging Port, BRCOVAN One-Touch Automatically Lock & Quick Release Handlebar Cell Phone Holder Waterproof for 4''-7'' Cellphones https://a.co/d/6jCJbNm
 
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