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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-01-2007, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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Solid pegs

I would like to swop out my stock folding footpegs for solid mount ones that have more serrated edges for boot grip without changing the stock rearsets - anybody know where to look or have done this? preferably billet/ergal. I use a lot of foot pressure, and they help in crash protection a bit. Any thoughts?
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I don't know about keeping the stock rearsets but those looks pretty nice and their not too expensive.
http://www.ferracci.com/store/cart.p...t_detail&p=929

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Yes I saw those [nice] - but I'm in the process of buying an appartment in NYC so I have NO money left :[ I suppose I could grind some of my race pegs to fit...
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There was a company making non-folding solid pegs with nylon ends... my buddy had some. I'll do a search.

Yup, found 'em: http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/common...491162&imgId=0

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Don't know if these will fit but they are slightly adjustable too!

http://www.indysuperbikes.com/Isb1/l..._footpegs.html

These too... fit may be the issue:

http://www.rscycles.com/Storefront/p..._sets/pegs.htm

You can always contact mark at Acculign, he might custom make you some!

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I got these on the F4:






They are nice, but not cheap. Not sure that I'd get them again.... thinking to move them to the Brutale and get Sato's for the F4.

More pics from the Moto Corse site (including a dark color option)

http://www.rakuten.co.jp/motocorse/1124841/1121460/

Here are some more pics from my old thread where I mistakenly called them rearsets:



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