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    Default Footpeg riser plates

    Many years ago I bought a pair of (I think Bandit) footpeg riser plates
    These were reversed around and used to lower the pegs ( and move them back) on the Dicati. They weren't made for it but they fitted perfectly

    Does anyone still do such things
    Unfortunately I left them on the Duke when I sold it to Couchie ...


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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    I know a man who will knock you a set up if you have the dimensions? he does them for 900ss / 851 etc already, what are they going on?

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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Is this to lower the Tuono? One inch lower ones on eBay but they want $100

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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Yes, this is for the Tuono. They seem to be available in the US but not here ...

    Hmm - dimensions - i will let you know

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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Quote Originally Posted by 1888 View Post
    Might be better to chop my legs off

    For a bimble they will be fine , for along trip, probably not, now I have moved the bars so that it is better ergonomically for me it may have made a difference

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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Looks like you might have less hassle raising the seat. I doubt an extra inch would look off on them bikes

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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    M&P sell these type of ones. Seem to recall they do diff lengths and they move forward/back as well as up/down. Can't see Tuono ones but would RSV ones fit?
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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Quote Originally Posted by GiantPygmy View Post
    I know a man who will knock you a set up if you have the dimensions? he does them for 900ss / 851 etc already, what are they going on?
    There was a set for the 9r I left under the seat in case you wanted them, I think they are bike specific though
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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    I've got the ones from your ducati here, do you want them ?
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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Yes please ! At least that way I know if they fit or not !

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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    PM me your address mate and I'll post them off
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    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    OK - update

    Couchie kindly sent me the plates back from the 998s ( CC- how do you want paying for the postage?)
    When I arrived back last night, I roughly offere then up to the bike . It was 01.00am. Looked like it was going to work

    Unfortunately, in actually trying to fit them, everything would work - but the mounting bolts are out by 3 or mm center to centre ..
    Arse -
    So just ordered some MFW ones of M&P ( interestingly cheaper to but here in the uk than direct from germany!)

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