Roaring Toyz Lowering Blocks / Handlebar Risers

$59.99

Rating 4.75 of 5 (3 Reviews)

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Roaring Toyz Lowering Blocks / Handlebar Risers

  • Black Anodized Contrast Cut Handle Bar Risers with Roaring Toyz engraved
  • Lowering blocks/handlebar risers allow the front end to be lowered 1”
  • Raises the handlebars 1" and back 1/2" to allow for more comfort and control
  • Great upgrade for vertically challenged riders as well as women riders
  • Give your bike the right stance with another high quality part from Roaring Toyz
  • Item # 21335
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Kawasaki Models

  • Ninja 250R : 2008–2012
  • Ninja 300 : 2013–2015
  • Ninja 300 ABS : 2014–2015

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easy install, perfect fit

The roaring toyz blocks fit perfect on my 2012 ninja. No modifying, no moving lines or brackets. Easy install. I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend these to everybody that needs to lower their bike.

Bevington - June 28, 2012

(medford, OR)

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Risers rock

These risers fit my 2008 Ninja 250 perfectly and give enough rise to keep the wrists and shoulders in a much more comfortable position. I recommend these for anyone with the 2008 Ninja 250.

Gene - December 5, 2011

(Hadley, MA)

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They're a bit "iffy" for my 2009 Ninja 250 . . .

I needed to take the brake line out of a bracket so it would be loose enough with the risers installed. Fine. No problem. But, no one mentioned how tight the clutch cable would be! I rerouted it a bit (which was a big pain because it then came off at the engine end, and I struggled to figure out how to get it back on!), but it's still a little tight for total comfort. PLUS, my choke is a little weird now - I don't know if it's because the choke cable is also too tight now, or if I bumped something while messing around with the clutch cable. The bike seems to drive fine. I still commute on it every day, and I took an awesome 370+ mile trip last weekend. But, I'm going to have all the cables checked out at my 7,500 mile service next month. Other than these issues, installation of the risers, themselves, was 10 minutes. I THINK they make my ride more comfortable, but I'm not convinced they make a significant difference. That said, I would prefer to keep them on the bike (they can't HURT my comfort level, I'm sure), but if the mechanics say they're straining my cables, they're coming right off.

Michelle G - October 20, 2009

(Los Angeles, CA)