On the custom side, looking to make an immediate impact, I decided to go down to Burly Brand and check out some of their Apes. Ape hangars get a bad rap for their supposed ergonomic failures, but if you get a size that makes sense for your frame, they actually do a good job correcting your posture, giving good leverage over the front end, and, well, looking like a badass. I tried everything in Burly's catalog from 20s (stupid high, even for a tall guy) all the way down to 12s (a little wimpy), before settling on the just barely legal (no higher than your shoulder in most states) 14s. When we install them next month, we're running the wiring on the outside in case I need to drop to the 12s. Burly also has 16s and 18s that we tried but were just too tall.