I must say, I like the aesthetics of the raised clipons quite a bit too, that's why I was wondering about the switch wire lengths. At around $400 per set, I want to be sure that the wires will fit without stretching to the breaking point when turning the bars side to side. When I had my tank off last year on my CR I did notice that there is not much slack remaining, if any in my switch wires. Maybe this is because my CR is a 2013, and back then perhaps the Sport, and SF models with bars had longer wires than the CR's. Nigel, your anniversary CR is a 2018, and maybe now the factory has changed to using only one length of wire on their switches, regardless if a CR or SF, or Sport. I find it difficult to believe Rob's post that prior to ABS all models have the same switch cube wire lengths. My wires are definitely way too short to fit bars like the Sport and SF models are supplied with. I bought a set of Norman Hyde M bars while planning to convert over from the clipons, but I now prefer the raised clipons. They should relieve the wrist, and shoulder stress sufficiently for my needs, but still retain the Cafe appearance of the bike. David, It appears in your photos that you turned the throttle lines to face down under the bars, do they interfere at all with the front brake light switch wire coming from the brake light switch?