Welcome to the forum.
I'm not expert but here is some thoughts from my perspective.
Re handling with high bars, I have found no issues at all but then again I have had high bars on many bikes, so I may not be the best person to advise.
The most I got on my standard tank was around 120 ish before the low fuel light came on, I pushed it and got 152 but was pretty low. My average before the low fuel light came on was from 105 - 115. However I just fitted a Speedmaster tank and on m first tank got 132 before the low light came on, working on my second tank of gas and hoping for better.
I have run the Statement seat on mine since new and it's okay but more looks that comfort. I have a custom seat inbound so my Statement seat will be up for sale shortly.
Extras? Totally up to you mate depending on preference. But for me, I love the new Speedmaster tank and one of my favorite mods are the footboards.
Good luck and let us know how you get on.
Recent pic of my bike for interest.
Thanks for the reply Roy.
The Bobber Black I'm test riding, has the drag bars fitted, but when sitting on a showroom Bobber with the ape bars, it had the reach and arm comfort I'm looking for. I feel my back will begin to arch after riding, with the drag bars, something the ape bars can eliminate I hear.
Statement seat does look cool, as does the quilted one, I may stick with stock and get it re-upholstered down the line...
Now that's a sweet modification bud, how difficult was it to fit the Speedmaster tank? Did it require any cutting/welding? This is something I can see myself doing down the line, when the fuel indicator light starts to bug me.
I;ll see how I get on with the test ride, footboards could be an option, but I do like the positioning of the footpegs already, just feels like my T100 to be honest!
Thanks again dude.