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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-04-2006, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
 
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Adjustable Footpegs?

I have the 2006 910s. My shift lever is a bit awkward (too low). It looks like that can be adjusted by loosening the bolt and realigning on the spine. I just can't figure out how the "adjustable" foot pegs work. I would like to lower them a bit. The manual has no information on this. Can anyone explain this too me? By the way, I was on the bike this weekend and it is just amazing. My only regret is that I should have bought it a year ago. What a machine. Also, does anyone make a carbon finer cover that can replace (or cover, as in the Ducati Monsters) the pillion? Thanks!
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I have the 2006 910s. My shift lever is a bit awkward (too low). It looks like that can be adjusted by loosening the bolt and realigning on the spine. I just can't figure out how the "adjustable" foot pegs work. I would like to lower them a bit. The manual has no information on this. Can anyone explain this too me? By the way, I was on the bike this weekend and it is just amazing. My only regret is that I should have bought it a year ago. What a machine. Also, does anyone make a carbon finer cover that can replace (or cover, as in the Ducati Monsters) the pillion? Thanks!

Yes, you can reposition the shift lever on the spine. I also thought it was too low from the factory and did just that, much better now. You must totally remove the bolt to remove the lever, it's a safety feature so the lever won't fall off because off a loose bolt.

To adjust the footpegs you mush first loose both bolts to the frame then the bolt behind the adjuster (*3 bolts total).

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-04-2006, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
 
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Thank You. I will get on it tonight. That is my only complaint so far. I just love this bike on so many different levels. Great to look at. Better to ride!
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