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Rox Low Pro 1 3/4" Pivot Risers for 1 1/8" Handlebars
Low Pro 1 3/4" riser works great for BMW F800GS and KTM's. This riser was developed around the F800GS ABS model and clears the stock F800GS handlebar clamps but can also be pivoted to your desired fore and aft location. Low Pro Risers clear KTM clamps as well, a recommended riser for the 990 Adventure with stock lines.
Can be pivoted to desire fore and aft location for ideal riding position
Has (1) 8mm tap hole in the end of the posts to mount what ever you desire, Ram ball, etc
This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.
These risers DO NOT work on F650GS Twins, G650GS Twins or R1200GS models.
Always check and confirm that your bike has adequate cable and brakeline length before installing any handlebar risers.
Rox recommends moving the front brake perch inboard on the handlebar 3/8" to relieve even more brake line and to insure proper function. When installing these risers pivoted up and back on the F800GS Rox recommends spinning the OEM caps 180 degrees to make the final tightening bolt the forward bolt.
Best riser on the market.
This is my second set, first on a Triumph Explorer, this one on my KTM Adventure R. Both were a nice improvement for handlebar location. Easy install, and numerous handlebar adjustment. High quality product. Thank you Revzilla for the 2 day ship. As always, the best service.
October 13, 2014
Ktm 690 enduro
Installed easily. Well constructed and looks great. Made riding the 690 a lot more comfortable.
August 22, 2014
fixed my ergos
I have these on my f800gs. They allowed me to run my bars up and forward which made all the difference standing. The front brake hose is a little tight. I think that will limit some riders' bar position choice. I think the perfect setup would be 2" risers with a longer brake line. Like I said, I run mine forward and they work great for me. For the record, I'm 6'2" tall.
September 6, 2013
Great for taller riders.
Got the risers and love them. They did everything I wanted them to do. They offer a wide range of adjusibility .The ride on my tiger 800 XC is more comfortable. thanks revzilla and rox!
June 4, 2013
A good riser.
I gave this a good rating only due to the fact that on the 990 you can't rotate these all the way forward as I had wanted too. You can get very close but if you rotate all the way, the head of the clamp bolt on the KTM stem to lock the risers into place is not quite accessible with a socket. The center cutout of the risers is just a hair to thin. I was still able to get a small wrench just underneath to clamp down but it took some doing.
I like the 2 inch version I have on my Husky better but felt it a bit too tall for the KTM.
April 29, 2013
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Jesse H: I needed a riser but was not sure where the exact location of my handlebars need to be for the best fit. these fixtures have more degrees of adjustment than others and therefore offer me the best possible positioning.Oct 17, 2014
Mike F: Because I lie in wait researching, then strike like a hungry cobra!Mar 19, 2014
Robert H asked:Rox Low Pro 1 3/4" Pivot Risers for 1 1/8" Handlebars.
Tom S:I have the F800GS after installing the risers I felt the brake cable was a little tight also the clutch cable as well . Went on a trip with riser no issues but will probably lengthen the cables. Sep 19, 2013
Kaze M:I hate to give this kind of advice, but it's more of a personal preference. The nice thing about the rox risers is they give you the flexibility to adjust them to many different positions to allow you to see what you like best. I preferred to have my risers rotated back so the bar was raised and closer to me. A buddy on a 1200gs has his rotated forward to raise the bars and have them further away. I wouldn't advise going bigger than the 1 3/4" risers due to the brake line not having enough slack. I ride a 2014 f800gsa. I'm 5'9" and 180lbs. The bars were fine stock, but I felt I had to lean forward with the stock bars. I took off the rox risers only because I put a Scott steering damper on it and scott provides a riser that is only compatible with their steering damper.
Jordan G:I'm 5'12" and these are perfect for that height on my 14' F800GSA. I say 5'12" because ergos for 5'11" never fit me right but 6'0" does. I have my risers canted back just a little and it makes those highway miles much more comfy. Standing up is a little different than stock because you aren't hunched over as much but I prefer that. Top 3 mods I've done. Oct 16, 2014
RevZilla:The only issue that could cause a conflict is the amount of extra cable length you have available on the Tiger 800. As far as mounting and fitting them, there is no problem or clearance issues. However, we do not have a Tiger 800 among us and do not know if you have enough cable length to allow full range of steering or not.
For more detailed assistance, please give us a call at 877.792.9455.May 2, 2013
RevZilla:The Triumph Tiger 1050 has 7/8th's bars and would require the 2" Rox Risers for 7/8th's bars which are available in Black or Aluminum. Depending on how close to vertical you set the risers you may need longer clutch and brake lines.Jan 16, 2013