A month ago I bought a Kawasaki Z250 and love it but with my short arms the handle-bar is a bit too low for me. So I thought of rising it with a handle-bar-riser but when I saw the handle-bar of the ER6N I thought ... Lets put a all other handle-bar on the bike! And it was cheap also. So I ordered a ER6N handle-bar, clutch & throttle cables from the ER6N also. It did cost me about 1000 Thai baht included 150 Thai baht service charge. Hahaha the latter was really cheap as the mechanic has been working for about 3 hours on it. And it works great, although must be said that the front-brake-line fits just about that close to not fitting. And the clutch cable had to be adjusted. And the holed in the handle-bar to fix the trottle-holder must be adjusted a little bit (extra hole). Now the riding position is perfect for me ... but the bike not really looks like a naked-city-bike anymore but who cares? I also had fitted the foot-pegs (with rubbers) from the ER6N as the standard ones on the Z250 are steel only. They were expensive at 1000 Thai baht, as they change from "Made in Thailand" to "Made in Japan". There is still one thing I would like to modify .... the Z250 has no hazard-light switch. Weird, huh? I would think that would be a requirement by law. Why? Battery to small?