One of my big concerns with getting a Street Glide or other batwing fairing bike and putting a police seat on it was the handlebar situation. This was before I knew that a real FLHTP had a little higher handlebars. I thought the bars on the standard Street Glide with stock seat were already low; they'd be ridiculously low for me with the cop seat. The Road King, on the other hand, already had the heritage style bars on it that the cop Road King came with, so I knew it would be better. And then there was the whole changing bars on a fairing bike. Looked like a pain. That said, after having changed bars on my RK, and watched many videos of changing bars on a batwing fairing bike, I don't think it would bother me now. The Electra Glide bar change is certainly more involved than the Road King, but the concepts are the same, it's just a few extra steps to get the fairing out of the way. If you like the cop seat and think the bars need to go up, I'd contact KST and see what they recommend. 10" bars will put your hands right near the top of the fairing, so you still get protection. Your stem mirrors should then work fine as well. Taller bars will change the way you sit in the seat and the pressure points. I think the 14" bars on my Road King actually improved the cop seat comfort for me. It took away a pressure point that had been bothering me sometimes on longer rides.