Hello, I recently installed the Hurricane Police Kit HBK607AS-01 available from webike. They also have kits to do this on a 6th gen as well. I must preface this post with a warning that this kit will completely erase any hint of a sportbike riding posture and you will need to cut a windshield for clearance. This will effectively turn your VFR into a standard and you will be sitting upright. The links Product page for the kit on webike: https://japan.webike.net/products/2076729.html Extended choke cable required for 98/99 installation. Sold separately from the kit: https://japan.webike.net/products/2073560.html The page for the kit on Hurricane's catalog page. There is a little more information here. Including illustration of approximate location for windshield cuts: https://www.hurricane-web.jp/product/?bikew=HBK607AS-01 Webike was easy to deal with. The kit itself is of high quality and well packaged. My 2000 had Helibars installed, and the police bars replaced them. At the same time I installed Knight Design lowered footpegs for added legroom. The VFR really does feel like a completely different bike now. The windshield I cut was a Givi D200S as I already had it on the bike. It also fits the look of this kit as it is one of the higher windshields that was made available for the 98-01. I used a powered hand jigsaw to cut it. Dremel fit with grinding stone to clean the cut. I then installed black car door edging. FYI, the Honda bar ends do not fit properly in the Hurricane pipes. The guts of a Throttlemeister will also not fit. The OEM inner weights will fit, I used a bit of dish soap on the rubber to install. I then added some cheap universal bar ends I found locally. Hurricane does offer weight innards and bar ends available from webike if you decide to add them to your shopping cart when buying the kit. The stock mirrors are still usable, but I found my hands occupying the inner 1/3 of the view. I installed some cheap stick on blind-spot mirrors to compensate. The install This is primarily a throttle cable replacement, front brake fluid service, and clutch fluid service. I highly recommend having a shop manual handy that covers those tasks. There is some documentation that comes in the kit, but it's in Japanese and I didn't utilize it. Take pictures of current hose and cable routing before you start. You may at some point decide to revert back to previous bars, and the photos are also a good reference for install of the police kit. Start by removing mirrors and windshield, side panels, lift the gas tank, remove the cowling around the gauges, remove the airbox if your bike is a 98-99 for access to the choke cable. I did not remove the airbox on the 2000 install. Just work in whatever order you please. Take care of the brake fluid and removal of lines, or start at the throttle cables. Once I had the controls split apart, I was able to pass them forward between the fork legs and frame head. The controls wiring is long enough, but you need to free the bundled slack from two zip ties up under the instrument cluster. That's why I recommended pulling the gauge cowling. The horn cable wiring will probably be too short on your bike. Don't hack apart the harness, instead make yourself an extension cable with crimp on terminals and some wiring: The throttle cables are pretty straight forward, it's just a replacement. There are three hoses in the kit. I ran them: longest from clutch master to slave, medium length from brake master to left caliper, shortest from brake master to right caliper. The double banjo bolt included in the kit I installed at the brake master. The included allen bolt I didn't use, but I suspect it's meant to be installed at the left slider where it's securing some rear brake circuit hose. Instead, I just removed the short bolt from the right slider after removing the OEM front brake line assembly. That hose+tubing assembly is shaped like a "h". The left slider was initially securing two blocks on the brake lines with a long bolt. After removal of the OEM front lines it just needs to secure one block. So installed the shorter bolt there. All in all it wasn't a bad job. It did take several hours, so dedicate a weekend day to this. Also, I would consider the decorative chrome plastic bolt caps they provide as one time use only. If you need to pry them up for handlebar adjustment, prepare to have the coating start splitting off. It's not a big deal, I picked up a ten pack from Amazon of some generic brand. They're sold as screw cover plugs for 8mm thread allen bolts, ie M6 allen key.