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Keep with the latest trend, updating your snowmobile by raising your handlebars, which improves handling, control and comfort.  Hands down, the highest quality and most economical Riser Blocks available!  Made from extruded 6061-T6 aluminum, the kit comes complete with hardware and installs in minutes.  Most snowmobiles will accept a 2" Riser Block without modifications to cables or wiring.  Use our Throttle Cable Extension Kit to lengthen your stock throttle cable if necessary.

Pivot Riser Block FAQs
Q: Will the Ski Doo pivot risers fit the new Rev XP?
A: The Rev XP models changed the size of their riser block pattern just a bit.  The front to back spacing increased from 1.97" to 1.22".  This is not much of a difference, but it may cause the bolts to bind if your stock clamps don't have enough "slack" in them.  In our tests the stock clamps worked just fine.  We suggest you loosely thread all four bolts in and then tighten all four bolts as evenly as possible. 

If you feel your bolts are binding, you can replace your stock clamps with PowerMadd universal clamps (Part # PM 15470 - 4 clamps for $12.95).

Q: Do the Pivot Riser Blocks come with new clamps and bolts?
A: No, when you replace the stock OEM pivot riser with a PowerMadd Pivot Riser Block you will utilize your existing clamps and bolts.

Q: What is the tallest Riser Block I can install on my snowmobile without any modifications?
A: Almost all snowmobiles will accept a 2 inch Riser Block without having to modify the throttle cable or brake line.

Q: How do I know what is the tallest Riser Block I can install on my snowmobile?
A: The easiest and fastest way is to disconnect your handlebar clamp, lift your complete handlebar assembly and measure the distance between the handlebars and the steering plate. This takes about 15 minutes.

Q: Are there any tricks to getting more height out of my handlebar assembly?
A: You can usually gain more slack in your wiring, brake line or throttle cable by rerouting them. The throttle cable is usually the first thing to cause problems, but PowerMadd sells a Throttle Extension Kit that is quick and easy to install. If your brake line is too short, look at buying a brake line from a different model of the same brand of snowmobile, like a mountain model which comes with taller handle bars.