Sorry nj not trying to beat you up.
It appears the ZZR fork he is using is a conventional axle inline with the tube design.
The Axle forward was mostly used on cruisers and dirt bikes. As mentioned for the long look on the cruisers and long suspension travel on dirt bikes.
It appears the ZZR triples have quite a bit less offset than the XS units.
I think it should be possible to get some risers bolted on the the ZZR top triple you have.
I would suggest you do NOT attempt to find "some other triple" This will almost be guaranteed to be a path littered with part$ that will not fit. My suggestion would to find a set of risers and bars you like and find a machine/custom shop to drill / fit them to the ZZR top triple.
This is critical stuff, getting the fork action right can be life or death. reducing off set can "quicken" steering action, making head shake and other not nice handling quirks more likely. The late model XS steering geometry is rather conservative and can take a bit of jiggering without becoming a monster but tread lightly here.
There is a lot of info out there on fork design and how offset, trail, rake, all affect handling, it's a deep subject, ANY geometry changes should be approached with caution. Check fork handle bar to gas tank clearance at steering lock also.
Gary's oft repeated mantra; If you ever get a speed wobble going; push FORWARD on both grips, your arms will then act as dampers and help stop the wobble. If you pull back on the bars attempting to stop a fork oscillation, your body mechanics will act to INCREASE the wobble, weave with bad results.