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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-11-2006, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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Slipping off footpegs???

From what I hear, I'm not the only guy who slips off these funky Brutale footpegs. For a new rider, this can be disconcerting. So, here's a quick drawing of something that I want for Christmas (...or 4th of July, whichever comes first).



Ok. Back to reality. Who can list ALL of the links to decent aftermarket footpegs? Alvin? Adrin? Admin?
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-11-2006, 06:35 PM
 
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Here is one link from the eMoto site. Simple footpeg replacements.

http://www.emotouk.com/mvagusta/brutaleaccessories.htm

Just scroll down the page and you will see them.

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Thanks Tony. Those are the ones my friend has and he says they're just fine. Acceptable UK price too. Henry
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eMoto is a great place, they are also on the forums (you may have seen emoto uk posting)
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Any aftermarket rearset (Sato, Rizoma, Gilles, etc.) will also have excellent pegs.

Note however that some (just) pegs will not fit 2004 or later MV's.


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What program did you use for the sketch? It's pretty good.
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Solidworks. I'm not that good at it, obviously. Tried to get work in the CAD world about 8 years ago. Almost had a deal with Applied Racing:

This simple deal was designed to be programable (using Excel) for any brand of Motocross bike. Simply enter a few numbers, offset, fork diameter and out pops this years YZ250 Triple Clamp!



Fazer, google my dad, Henry Hester, AIA.

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Note however that some (just) pegs will not fit 2004 or later MV's.
You are right, however we have had new attachments machined for the pegs to fit the 2004 + models.
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Solidworks. I'm not that good at it, obviously. Tried to get work in the CAD world about 8 years ago. Almost had a deal with Applied Racing:

This simple deal was designed to be programable (using Excel) for any brand of Motocross bike. Simply enter a few numbers, offset, fork diameter and out pops this years YZ250 Triple Clamp!



Fazer, google my dad, Henry Hester, AIA.

http://www.modernsandiego.com/HenryHester.html
Cool, I was guessing either Rhino or SW.

Did you give up on pursuing the architectural or industrial design fields?

When I was starting on CAD I designed some mountian bike frames, but that was back when 3D was very limited and rudimentary, and we still did orthographic projections.
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You are right, however we have had new attachments machined for the pegs to fit the 2004 + models.
Good to know. Do you make a non-folding peg that fits the original sets?
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Did you give up on pursuing the architectural or industrial design fields?
Yes. Gave up after about 3 hard years schooling and looking. I don't have an ME degree. Also, there were plenty of talented young guys willing to do CAD work for $30K, right out of college. Now, after 20 years in the surf, skate, snow world, I'm the General Manager at Niterider Divelights. All of the NR Bike and Dive lights are designed in SW.

Hey, I like your Brutale... BTW, I've got one just like it. And... I came within inches of buying a brand new 05' FZ1 instead. God bless eBay's "Buy Now" button.

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