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Cycle Cat - Multi Adjustable Bar Mounting Systems

The BR series of multi-adjustable bar mounting systems make up one-half of a total rips. BR systems enables both bar height and angle adjustment through a simple, strong, and beautifully-executed design. The systems consist of two CNC-machined billet risers, into which are fitted specially-machined stainless steel sleeves, and a machined set of bars, taper-bored internally for strength and drilled for stock control mounting.

 

Proper bar angle is increasingly considered to be a critical adjustment for optimizing weight distribution on the wrists. With the bars set properly, there is less fatigue, greater sensitivity, and reduced potential for injury.

 

Bar angle adjustment on the BR systems is simple, precise, and secure, and generally does not require the removal of switches or controls. BR series bar mounting systems are designed to exploit every available millimeter of adjustment potential for each application. They are typically limited only by constraints created by the design of the motorcycle.

 

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Click the image to find out what they are, how they work, and a whole lot more about what goes into every BR series bar mounting system, to make them the very best you can buy.

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how do they work? On some models, maximum adjustment can only be achieved through lengthening clutch and/or throttle cables. Cycle Cat makes this easy, and includes all suggested cable modifications with the kit. Its all in the box.
Click here to learn more.

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Application
Model Years
Product Number
(click for specs)
Description
Availability
MSRP (US$)
Aprilia RSV Mille
2000-2003
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
595.00
Aprilia RSV Mille R
2000-2003
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
595.00
Ducati 748/916/996/998
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
290.00
Ducati 748/916/996/998
all
Low-rise Race Version
Now
290.00
Ducati 900 SS/ 851
thru 1998
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
290.00
Ducati 900 SS
thru 1998
DBR12**
Race - Bar Angle Adjustment Only
Special Order
290.00
Ducati 749/999
2003+
Below Triple Clamp Mounting
Now
415.00
Ducati 900 SS (not 1000SS)
1999-
Above Triple Clamp Mounting
Now
290.00
Ducati 800 & 1000SS
all
Above Triple Clamp Mounting
Now
290.00
Ducati M600/750/900
all**
Under Triple Clamp Mounting
**for carburated models
Now
290.00
Ducati M620ie**, 750**, 800, 900, 1000,S4R
all**
Under Triple Clamp Mounting
for fuel injected Monsters only.
M620ie, 800, 1000, and S4R
DTC8 triple clamp is recommended**.
Now
290.00
Ducati Monster S4
all (ex S4R)
Above Triple Clamp (w/S25+ DRA-1)
Now
395.00
Ducati Monster S4
all (ex S4R)
Above Triple Clamp (w/S15+ DRA-1)
Now
395.00
Ducati Monster S4 and S4R
all
Above Clamp Adapter Only
Now
155.00
Ducati Monster 620ie**, 800**, 1000, S4R
all
Above Triple Clamp (w/S25+ DRA-3) (requires DTC7)
Now
465.00
Ducati Monster 620ie**, 800**, 1000, S4R
all
Above Triple Clamp (w/S15+ DRA-3) (requires DTC7)
Now
465.00
Ducati Monster 620ie**, 800**, 1000, S4R
all
Above Triple Clamp (w/S5+ DRA-3) (requires DTC7)
Now
465.00
Ducati Monster S4R
all
Above Clamp Adapter Only (requires DTC7)
Now
155.00
Ducati 1000DS Multistrada
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
290.00
Ducati MH900e
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
290.00
Ducati ST2/ST4
-2003
Above Triple Clamp (incl. DRA-2)
Now
395.00
Ducati ST4S
-2003
Above Triple Clamp (incl. DRA-2)
Now
395.00
Ducati ST3/ST4S
2004+
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
495.00
Honda RC51
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
290.00
Honda 929 RR
2001*
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
415.00
Honda CBR1000 RR
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
485.00
Kawasaki ZX10R
2004
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
325.00
Suzuki GSXR750/1000
2001*
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
345.00
Suzuki GSX1300R
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
415.00
Suzuki SV650S
through 2002
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
345.00
Suzuki GSXR1000
2005
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
395.00
Triumph 955i Daytona
all
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
395.00
Yamaha R1
2004-2005
Bar Mounting System with Rise
Now
525.00

 

IMPORTANT

All Ducatis with coffin-style (rectangular box-type) brake/clutch reservoirs will also require Cycle Cat's master cylinder spacer kit. This kit is Cycle Cat part number PKHS031-02A, MSRP $40.00 when purchased alone, MSRP $20 when purchased with a bar mounting system. This kit provides extra clearance for the reservoirs which, otherwise, conflict with the riser. Kit contains two adapaters and throttle advance spacer (only one kit is required per bike).

 

NOTES:

1. In designing bar mounting/positioning systems, we work within the parameters of the space and clearances available between fairing, tank, mirrors, frame components, and often, the positioning restrictions resulting from cable and hose lengths. In cases where, as a result of short stock hydraulic hoses, adjustment is severely restricted, Cycle Cat systems include replacement hose kits as required. All such hose kits are made for Cycle Cat by Spiegler, and include braided stainless steel lines.

Where clutch and/or throttle cables require lengthening for full range of adjustment, the required cables are either included in the kit, or where they cannot be included, a prepaid coupon and mailer are included, making it quick and easy to have your stock cables rebuilt and extended. Click here for more about our cable extension deal. Regardless of whether hoses, cables, or both are required for optimum performance of your bar mounting system, you can be sure that whatever it is you will need, it's in the box you'll receive.

To learn more about exactly what is required for and comes with a specific bar mounting system, click on the product number in the table above.

Apart from the replacement of hydraulic lines or cables where deemed necessary, Cycle Cat bar mounting systems are designed and manufactured to exploit as much adjustability as is permitted by the motorcycle design, without requiring permanent modification to the motorcycle. We attempt to leave nothing on the table. Thus, in some cases, at their most extreme settings BR series systems will cause interference between bar-mounted controls and the fairing or mirrors. If the user desires the most extreme settings without interference, achieving clearance is simply a matter of backing off from the maximum to preference.

 

2. All BR series systems include replacement reservoir brackets and reservoir tubing for relocation of the brake and clutch reservoirs (where applicable), optimizing their positioning.

 

* The years indicated are those which Cycle Cat has tested. Applicability of the products probably extends to other model years, but as of the date of this posting, Cycle Cat has not had the opportunity to test bikes of model years other than those indicated.

**The DTC8 is recommended for the DBR13 for an aesthetcis purpose only.

 

ABOUT RISE AND BAR HEIGHT

Cycle Cat uses two terms, "rise" and "bar height" to describe the performance of its bar mounting systems. The two are not the same, and it is helpful to understand the difference between them.

Rise is measured as the distance between the top surface of the bar riser's fork tube clamp and the middle of the handlebar, at its mounting point. Rise is a fixed measurement which defines the bar riser itself, and does not change regardless of the location of the bar riser on the fork tube or the angle of adjustment of the bar. The "rise" specification is used for differentiating among specific bar risers. As a result of adjustability in the positioning of the bar riser itself, as well as adjustment of bar angle, bar rise contributes to, but does not equate directly with bar height adjustment. Bar height is the actual distance to the ground from the center of the end of the bar.

Bar height adjustment is the actual range of change in bar height possible, on a specific motorcycle, with the specific riser provided. Because it is meaningless to most people to know the distance of the bar to the ground, bar height adjustment is expressed as a comparison to stock bar height.

Thus the height adjustment measurement considers rise, position of the riser on the fork tube, and bar angle adjustment, all of which affect the final position of the bar and grip. As an example, if on a particular motorcycle, the stock bar height measured 34" from the ground, and a specific bar mounting system on that motorcycle provided a bar height ranging from 33" to 35 1/2" from the gound, the bar height adjustment range would be represented as -1.0" to + 1.5". This means that the particular bar mounting system provides a range of bar height adjustment of from 1.0" below stock to 1.5" above stock.