Just installed these, havnt ridden yet.They bring the pegs about 1.5 inches lower,but also .75 in fwd which I don't like. I tried to install bracket on opposite sides which did move peg toward rear, but I couldn't get the brake side to line up with stock exhaust
Test fit before u use locktight,, it gets tight quick
The pegs are fine in the normal location, but when wearing mt Sidi boots a I cant get a comfortable position to shift accurately
The pegs have moved fwd so it seems like an advantage to keep the fwd part of feet on pegs
Last edited by metalmechanic; 01-22-2014 at 10:12 AM.
I Ride: ZX12, ZX14, C 14, Yamaha Raider, Triumph Trophy
Check e-bay - you can get longer levers. I put the Corbins on my bike, but the seat is off so I don't know how they will feel. There is a "Vario" peg system that allows front to back movement. http://www.aviciouscycle.ca/MainPage...productid=2445 You have to buy the mount, leg piece and peg, but you can buy nice pegs on e-bay for 20$ that will fit. Cycle Pirates has an adjustable gear shift lever (check e-bay)
I used these.they are 1 inch lowering pegs for a buell Harley Davidson.got them on egay for about $30.work great.had to ream out the pin hole a c hair.i am 6:4.also stacked heilis on gemmars bar risers.very comfortable riding position.
rode a bit today with my Sidi boots on, the lowered pegs definitly helped a bit, before I couldn't flex my ankle enough to get a good shift without actually pulling my whole leg up off the peg,, changed the angle of the shift lever a few times