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Woodcraft Clip-On Risers

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dizzid1320
Thanks for posting the pics! This helped make up my mind on going 1" down and the same Gilles rears. BTW, where did you get the rearsets? I can't seem to find them anywhere.

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aeisan
Thanks for posting the pics! This helped make up my mind on going 1" down and the same Gilles rears. BTW, where did you get the rearsets? I can't seem to find them anywhere.
http://yamabits.co.uk/yamaha-mt-07-billet-foot-pedals-adjuster-kit.html 
 
 
Looks like the price is going up. It's about $30 more now than I paid after converting to USD. I paid 264 GBP plus 20 GBP for shipping, so about $447 USD.  
 
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codybby
How many people on the forums bought these because I just looked at Revzilla and all of them are out of stock. Haha If that is a result of people seeing them here, Revzilla should give me some commission. Lol
I had a notifier set and when I got the email they only had 2 in stock of the 1-inch kit. I believe I picked up the last one. They never had the 1.5 in stock though. 
I put in my order for the 1.5 inch as soon as I got the in stock email so I guess they must of only had one. It arrives tomorrow.

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Allan
I had a notifier set and when I got the email they only had 2 in stock of the 1-inch kit. I believe I picked up the last one. They never had the 1.5 in stock though. 
I put in my order for the 1.5 inch as soon as I got the in stock email so I guess they must of only had one. It arrives tomorrow.
See @zlahivizbrian I'm helping you sell out of stuff. Haha You need to be giving me commission.  ;) Jkjk
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pgeldz
Just got off the phone with Woodcraft. Reconfirmed the 1.5 in the down position is the lowest you can go without interference.
 
They have stock, and so does Revzilla.
 
Ordered them from Revzilla 5 min ago...
 
:)
 
-Paulie
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Allan
Just got off the phone with Woodcraft. Reconfirmed the 1.5 in the down position is the lowest you can go without interference. 
They have stock, and so does Revzilla.
 
Ordered them from Revzilla 5 min ago...
 
:)
 
-Paulie
And the 1.5 in the up position is the highest you can go, correct?

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aeisan
Just got off the phone with Woodcraft. Reconfirmed the 1.5 in the down position is the lowest you can go without interference. 
They have stock, and so does Revzilla.
 
Ordered them from Revzilla 5 min ago...
 
:)
 
-Paulie
Nice! That would be what I'm interested in... 1.5" in the down position.  

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scordiaboy515
I'm very happy with the Suburban Machine clubman style bars......more of a proper sport bike posture imo.
 

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Kazicht
One really great thing about the Woodcraft kit is the adjustably. Being able to swap risers to 1" or 1.5" on the whim, and flipping them up or down depending on how aggressive the rider wants it. Also being able to use any 7/8 clip-on bars gives a lot of leeway for length and quality.
 
It's a very elegant solution for the rider who wants to have real clip-ons without committing to major fork/triple-tree work.
 
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pgeldz
Just got off the phone with Woodcraft. Reconfirmed the 1.5 in the down position is the lowest you can go without interference. 
They have stock, and so does Revzilla.
 
Ordered them from Revzilla 5 min ago...
 
:)
 
-Paulie
And the 1.5 in the up position is the highest you can go, correct?
 
No sure on the highest position.  I thought I saw somewhere there was a 2 inch riser available, but it's not listed on Revzilla's site anymore for the FZ-07 and Woodcraft didn't mention it when I called either.
 
- Paulie

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gregjet
Easy enough to put a spacer, or plate ,under the spot where it mounts to the original handle bar brackets, to raise it furthur, if you so desire.
 

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ch3rryghost
Let me cross post since some may not be perusing the original thread I posted pictures in. 
 
 
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fromthecage
I really like the way the clip-ons change the whole visual appeal of the front end. I should have a drag bar on soon, but the woodcrafts may be in the future......

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bigity
Let me cross post since some may not be perusing the original thread I posted pictures in.  
 

 
 
Awesome pics. What adapter size did you buy?

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ch3rryghost
Let me cross post since some may not be perusing the original thread I posted pictures in.  
 

Awesome pics. What adapter size did you buy?
1.5, installed it "down" 

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riding4fun
Any chance you could get a pic of you siting on the bike to see how aggressive it looks? Thanks Oh also how much lower than stock bars do they measure?
Thank you

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ch3rryghost
Any chance you could get a pic of you siting on the bike to see how aggressive it looks? Thanks Oh also how much lower than stock bars do they measure? Thank you
haha, camera shy, but i'll keep the helmet on :) 
Honestly, I'm not sure, what I can do is measure from the bottom of the bar to the ground. 
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riding4fun
LOL ya you can keep the helmet on...
 
That would be a good reference measurement. Thanks

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bigity
Any chance you could get a pic of you siting on the bike to see how aggressive it looks? Thanks Oh also how much lower than stock bars do they measure? Thank you
haha, camera shy, but i'll keep the helmet on :) 
Honestly, I'm not sure, what I can do is measure from the bottom of the bar to the ground. 
 
 
Puhlease! :) really interested in this measurement.

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ch3rryghost
@bigity 
 
@riding4fun 
 
Here's the album: seating position and measurement
 
It's really not all that aggressive but it serves its purpose. Pardon my bug bites.
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riding4fun
Thank you ch3rryghost the pics are perfect. That riding passion looks comfortable to me. Leaning forward a bit is good for when at speed as the wind hitting your chest will help hold you up instead of making it feel like your getting pushed off the back.
 
This will be the mod after suspension when I get my FZ-07
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ch3rryghost
I don't think you'll regret it.

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bigity
I don't think you'll regret it.
 
 
Well, first, I wish this website would notify me when there's a response to a thread I'm posting in. Anyway long story short, or I guess it's just short story short, I ended up ordering the one inch and wish I would have ordered the 1.5 inch. Definitely going to use them in the down position and maybe I'll just buy the 1.5 inch adapters to bolt onto it.
 
Second, that riding position is not aggressive at all! Kind of surprised. I wish that I could have a 2 or 2.5 inch. Oh well it'll have to do. And it will be much better than what I have now.
 
Thanks so much for posting the pics, I really appreciate it!

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thomascrown
Keep in mind that ch3rryghost is on the taller side. If you're a midget like me, those controls will be plenty aggressive.

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