What pegs you running on our first-gen factory rearsets? - MVAgusta.net
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What pegs you running on our first-gen factory rearsets?

So Ive come to conclusion that, for sport riding anyway, that the adjustments on the factory rearset is about bang-on for me. But Im envious of the pegs on the Satos on my Duc so Im wanting something far, far more grippy than the standard ones (but seems a waste of money to get the Sato full set just for better pegs. )

Who has been running some grippy folding pegs on their bike they love? Prefer to avoid ebay ones and go legit vendor.


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Ryan, I believe you can put any pegs you want on the factory hangers. Next time I am in the garage, I can see if I have a set of folding Rizoma pegs...those f*ckers gripp.

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Something like this?
https://www.motovationusa.com/rizoma...egs-pe614.html

Trying to figure out if they have adapters that fit? Not seeing anything that says it works with MV Agusta or even Ducati (since the rearsets look identical), just Japanese bikes and/or stuff for their own rearset.


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Exactly those Ryan. I have a set in my garage and the folding adapters. I can see if they fit the MV frames.

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I'm running the same Rizoma pegs on my F4 750. I like them. But did need to shim them alittle as they hang away from the frame alittle.

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Just need pegs. The positioning of the pegs is fine, just want more grip. And this is no longer my track bike, just a fun run, so dont need rearsets (that money is going into the Ducati).


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Ryan, I have some pegs on my Brutale that were an easy inexpensive install. I'll try and find records of where they came from, but as I remember it they were the same as for many other brands including Ducati.

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Thanks. Since i cant seem to find anyone who explicitly states they support MV I may just take a flyer on someone who claims to support Ducati.


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I run these on my Brutale:

https://www.designcorse.com/products/cnc-foot-pegs-1

They're a touch shorter but very very grippy.

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