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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-09-2014, 12:53 AM Thread Starter
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Passenger pegs

I've searched the forums but couldn't find an answer. I'm fitting a tamburini corse exhaust to my brutale 1090 and as such I want to replace the passenger pegs since the exhaust hanger will be superfluous.

Do the passenger pegs from the F4 fit the 2013 Brutale 1090? Does anyone know a supplier that does them in black? I'm planning on getting a pair of rizoma rear sets and would like something to match.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-11-2014, 03:10 AM
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Is your bike still in Artarmon or have you picked it up yet ? If it's still there get them to whip the brackets and pegs of the F4 and see if they fit yours....
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if the Tamburini Corse exhaust has the usual twin cans......you will need a Brutale right passenger peg mount
the F4 left mount will work on the Brutale

I have an Arrow Thunder so the F4 mounts fit on both sides


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rsawkins - good call. I'll ask them. Hold that - Noel just provided the answer.

Noel - No its the single low mounted job that was on the Tamburini T1. Images here: http://www.tamburinicorsestore.com/e...category_id=14
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Troz;

F4+1 mounts will work then.........thats what I use


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post #6 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 03:40 AM
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I took my rear pegs off and replaced them with the SATO Racing loops. look much nicer and no one asks to go pillion.. win win
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Hi Milk, how's your RR going ? If you ever bring your bike Sydney way let us know so we can have a gathering of the matt/red pinstripe RRs.

Troz, I saw you bike today ;-)
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Hi Milk, how's your RR going ? If you ever bring your bike Sydney way let us know so we can have a gathering of the matt/red pinstripe RRs.

Troz, I saw you bike today ;-)
Small issue of rocks vs headlight and bodywork now fixed its going well (besides requiring a visit to a painter), have to bring it up in about 1500k for a service at moto Technic so i should try tee a ride up around then too.
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Well, if you need paint work doing get it done while the bike is at Moto Technica, there are paint shops all over Artamon and David will know which one to use. In the unlikely event that he can't recommend one kick me and I'll ask my car/bike dealer mate which one he uses - it's two streets from the MV workshop.
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Troz, I saw you bike today ;-)

I'm jealous mate. Eagerly awaiting the chance to throw a leg over it for the first time. Also eagerly awaiting notice that EvolutionBike has shipped the mods I've bought - they're apparently still waiting on the Tamburini Corse parts. On a plus side the weather this weekend looks pretty crap so it's not like I'm missing out on good riding weather.
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