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Woodcraft has redesigned their exclusive Ducati Monster Adapter Plate to allow for either a rise or drop in your bar position. You now have the option to flip your adapter plate upside down, which results in a more aggressive riding position that improves both traction and feel.
It bolts directly to the stock handlebar mount, keeping all the stock clearances. A 1" drop from stock can be achieved by flipping the standard adapter plate with 1" risers.
Each plate is machined from tough billet aluminum giving your bike a custom look while making them much stronger than the stock handlebars. The handlebar tubes are kept as separate pieces allowing for inexpensive replacement in the event of a crash.
The exclusive design will set your bike apart at the race track or your local bike night.
Handles better, more comfortable & looks great!
I installed the 1-inch raisers in reverse on a 2014 Monster 796.
Relatively easy install (I have never modified a bike before so theres an indication of how easy it is). I would have given it 5/5 for ease of install if the bars had of had the holes for the components already drilled, but wasn't hard to do myself.
The 1-inch raisers in reverse gave - in my opinion - the best body position. This improves the handling of the bike substantially. I also find the lower position more comfortable, plus it makes the bikes look great.
One problem i faced was fitting everything on the bars. I made no changes to any of the cabling (clutch, brake etc) and was only JUST able to fit it all on. Though I had to compromise by having the bars not quite flush with the raisers to give them a little more length.
The biggest negative was how the bar-ends were so ridiculously hard to remove so I could put bar-end mirrors in. I don't know if this was because I wasn't doing it properly though, but about half an hour each of hammering and pulling did the trick.
I would HIGHLY recommend this to anyone looking to give their Monster a more "supersports feel" and greatly improve how it looks and handles.
September 30, 2014
Very well made and is versatile. I think it looks great too! High quality materials - use loc-tite as it states in directions. Very happy with the product. I used it on 2012 Ducati Monster 796
June 23, 2014
Great looking and feel
Looks a lot better on the bike then in the pics provided. Take your time for installation dont rush. Looks and feels awesome. On my 796 - 2013 I had to adjust the break line No big deal). I had to adjusted beacuse i lowered the bars by 1". the bike turns without ease and i can feel the difference in wind resistance. The 1" drop helps and is also comfortable. The bars provided are long enought to install everything back together but ther's no room for additional mirrors. Bar ends are ok.
April 28, 2014
Good product but the price is a bit steep
I have these installed on my 2012 Monster 696 and they absolutely change the characteristics of the bike. I have the 1" riser installed in reverse (upside-down) so to put my body into a more aggressive riding position. The bike now drops much more quickly into corners and pretty much forces you to use your legs for gripping onto the bike leaving your arms loose as they should be. While they put your body into a more aggressive riding position than the stock bars, I personally don't feel any less comfortable when riding with them. When I saw the pictures of them online I though they were ugly but a fair trade off for quicker corners. After having them installed I can tell you the pictures don't do them justice. The look great on the bike and I have been flagged down by people asking where I got them and how much they cost. The biggest pro of having these is when you go down on the track (or street) a replacement bar is only $16 + tax (The stock bar is $95+ tax). I highly recommend this adapter over installing traditional clip-ons and shaving down the headlight assembly. If you want to swap the stock bar back it takes about 15 minutes and a ratchet. Plus the bike keeps its resale value. At any rate, if you want clip-ons for you monster I highly suggest giving these a shot; I'm glad I did.
February 6, 2014
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John C: These handlebars have the best rating of any other for the 796 and unlike other clipons, you don't need to shave anything off the headlight or from my understanding, even remove the headlight.May 12, 2014
LUIZ VICTOR S: the only option to rise up the handle barMay 6, 2014
Daniel W asked:I'm 6' with very long arms and I intend to install this upside-down. Should I go for risers higher than 1"? Would clearance be an issue? Or is 1" sufficient? I often find myself pushing back into the passenger area of the seat to give myself some room when riding my 696.Oct 21, 2014
"" ":Hey Daniel, I did some more research on the bars and the 10mm risers, I see the risers are a forward spacer not a heighth riser. I went and purchased them on the woodcraft web site just in case I need them. If you don't pull the trigger on your purchase I'll keep you updated and if I can I'll attach pice of the finished product.Oct 21, 2014
Good to know. I got the 1" to be cautious, apparently that alone is enough to make a notable difference. It doesn't look as pretty as some other options but I need to keep the original triple because my flyscreen mounts to it and I like running my helmet lock through the riser. Might end up painting the triple black if it isn't too annoying to take of .
Oct 21, 2014
Installed the 1" flipped today. More comfortable for my long arms but I wished I'd bought the 1.5" or maybe 2" instead. Think I'll keep the 1" for longer trips. Install was real easy, though it was hard to cram my bar end mirrors into the seemingly narrow bars.
Oct 24, 2014
Douglas T:1" should be fine, even with the extension you end up with a lot of play in the cables. Anything further than 1" I would be weary of to much excess in you cables. Also take into account on extremely sharp turns your controlls may hit the side body work. I would recommend 1".Oct 21, 2014
Justin F:I sent this one back because I didn't like the way it looked. I went with the speedy moto triple tree and clip ons with 2" risers. It sits a lot more aggressive but it's much more responsive when turning and leaning.Oct 21, 2014
I'm curious about that. The Woodcraft website says you need a separate 10mm spacer for the 1.5" bars to work, which would lift the plate almost half an inch and defeat the purpose of getting the higher riser, right?
Oct 21, 2014
I'm not sure, I may have missed that part when researching it. I plan in installing them this weekend so I guess I'll find out. I will keep it posted if it works or if you need a riser.
Oct 21, 2014
A shopper asked:Woodcraft clip-on 3" riser: For 2010 Ducati Monster 696 ABS, will all original cables long enough without replacing? I really like the taller riser, I have a 1.5" riser, but it is not tall enough. Thanks.Sep 4, 2014
Douglas T:Yes but only if you face the risers down. At 1 inch it's a very tight stretch if they are facing up. So at 1.5 the cables and wires will need to be extended. Drilling will also need to take place to mount the controls (blinker switch, start and stop switch) A paint pin helps for exact mounting. Sep 4, 2014
John C:I have a 796 and for my 1" bars I inverted them to get a more aggressive feel, but I'd say you could safely do 1.5" based on the give I felt in the cables. Keep in mind also that there are 3 controls with nubs that for you to drill holes in the bar and on on the throttle that has a metal nub that you can't shave down without a metal file. If you have a drill press though, you're golden.May 31, 2014