- Spare Parts
The 13.5" measurement is from end to end including the plastic bar ends. These are standard on several adapter plate kits and used by many racers to leave extra room for things like hand guards.
The best way to remove the plastic bar ends is to use a vise. Clamp the vise onto the plastic dome and gently rock back and forth while pulling the bar away.
Clip on shipped fast, but more importantly, fit beautifully. I would advise anyone considering Chinese cheapies to spend the extra dough on these nice clip ons. Design is great, and again they fit on the forks and clamp on with confidence. I am proud to display my Woodcraft sticker on my toolbox. Thank you Woodcraft!
Have to say I am very happy with my purchase, dealings and product. I ended up speaking to Jan due to a shipping issue that was rectified before I even knew about it. She was professional, helpful and all together lovely on the phone during my late night (Australian time call). My parts came ahead of the estimated time frame given and when they arrived went straight onto the bike. The product is fantastic and I am surprised with the difference it has made to the bike. Weight transfer over the front wheel has improved the overall handling characteristics of the MT-09. Amazing product and would highly recommend it to everyone. Thanks WoodCraft team your all awesome!
The product works very well. I actually ended up with the 1.5 inch adjustable risers. The staff person who worked with me was a racer and spent a good hour talking to me about body position and what I was looking to accomplished. I forget his name but he definitely went above and beyond my expectations in terms of finding me a solution to my problem instead of selling me a product.
These bar adapters are awesome. I hated the upright position of the ninja 650. These bar adapters gave me just what I needed to enjoy riding this bike. It’s more sporty and natural feeling. The shipping price was great and they arrived within 3 days. Installation was easy and quick. The hardest part was drilling the wholes needed for the controls but once you determine where they’re needed it’s simple. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a more laid down position on the bike. 5*