I got the bars on and WOW is all I can say. They make a world of difference. I'll have some pictures soon.
I do however have a serious question. In the process of putting the new bars on, you have to flip the banjo bolt outside the front brake reservoir. Now, after doing that, obviously you introduce air into the line so the brakes need to be bled. I bought a 1man brake bleeding kit but when I attach it, it seems like air bubbles never stop flowing from the 2 front caliper nipples. So...
1) Do I do 1 caliper at a time?
2) Is there a better way to bleed the system?
Right now, the front brake feels like it should. However, I want to make sure there are no issues before I go out riding it. Especially since it involes the front brakes.