I'm running the Heed crash bars. They are a good fit, but do have to be removed to take the bodywork off. Not a big deal really and have already done this twice. I can also now confirm the crash worthiness of these bars. They work GREAT! I had a 15 MPH get off in the dirt last weekend. Lost the front in a long pile of sand, gravel and rocks. I went down on the right side and nothing touched the ground except the right bar end/hand guard, crash bars and me! The powder coat finish on the bars is scraped up pretty good, but no bending or collapsing on the bodywork at all. Some semi-gloss Rustoleum should make them look new again (almost). The Heed bars are very affordable, look great (before you jack up the finish), fit tight to the bike, but not too tight, and are pretty easily removable if necessary. The fact that they saved a ton of money on factory body work, cases, muffler, and possibly radiator, they have obviously already paid for themselves several times over. I highly recommend the Heed bars.