Installation Instructions for Ducati Scrambler Four Bolt Handlebar Risers & Speedo Gauge Mount
Upgrading the stock handlebar risers to Corsa Moto Four Bolt Risers on a Ducati Scrambler won't only make your riding position more comfortable, but will also give it a clean, custom look. Please be aware though that if you upgrade your risers, you'll have to upgrade your speedo gauge mount at the same time. While you're working on your controls, we recommend upgrading your handlebar and mastyer cylinder fluid reservoir cover during the same project to save time, if you've been thinking about it.
Remove tops of stock handlebar clamps with 6mm Allen wrench.
Remove handlebars and set them aside.
Use a 15mm wrench and a 8mm Allen wrench to remove bolts from bottoms of risers.
Use a 4mm Allen wrench to unbolt speedometer bucket.
To remove front of speedometer, press button on plug to disconnect the speedometer, then pull the speedometer from the bracket.
Remove metal inserts and rubber grommets from stock speedometer bracket.
Install rubber grommets and included metal inserts into new speedometer gauge relocation bracket.
Reconnect speedometer gauge.
Use a 4mm Allen wrench to mount speedometer gauge bucket to speedometer gauge bracket.
Insert four bolt riser bolts into risers and bottoms of triple clamp. Make the nuts hand tight.
Place handlebars into risers and tighten down one side with a 5mm Allen wrench.
Finish tightening four bolt risers to triple clamp with a 17mm wrench and handlebars to risers with 5mm Allen.
Use a 4mm Allen wrench to remove master cylinder from the stock handlebar.
Use a 4mm Allen wrench to remove switch housing.
Use an 8mm wrench to loosen throttle tube and slide it off the handlebar.
Use a 5mm Allen wrench to remove left control clamp.
Use a 3mm Allen wrench to remove left switch housing.
Install controls on new handlebars. Transfer stock grips to new handlebar using an air compressor, if desired.
You have successfully installed your Corsa Moto Four Bolt Risers and Speedo Gauge Relocation Bracket!