TRC is primarily funded by ad revenue. If you like the content you find here, please do not block our ads. Thank you.
Results 1 to 13 of 13
Like Tree3Likes
  • 1 Post By 1888
  • 1 Post By Supermofo
  • 1 Post By The Martian

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 ( ...

  1. #1
    Should Get Out More the phantom pieman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Brighton
    Posts
    6,754
    Liked
    1210 times

    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 ...
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!


  2. TRC is primarily funded by ad revenue. If you like the content you find here, please do not block our ads. Thank you.
  3. #2
    Should Get Out More GiantPygmy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Wiltshire
    Posts
    13,292
    Liked
    2538 times

    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?
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  4. #3
    Should Get Out More 1888's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    East Lothian
    Posts
    17,519
    Liked
    2882 times

    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Is this to lower the Tuono? One inch lower ones on eBay but they want $100
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  5. #4
    Should Get Out More the phantom pieman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Brighton
    Posts
    6,754
    Liked
    1210 times

    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
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  6. #5
    Should Get Out More 1888's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    East Lothian
    Posts
    17,519
    Liked
    2882 times

    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  7. #6
    Should Get Out More the phantom pieman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Brighton
    Posts
    6,754
    Liked
    1210 times

    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
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  8. #7
    Should Get Out More 1888's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    East Lothian
    Posts
    17,519
    Liked
    2882 times

    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
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  9. #8
    Really Bored Supermofo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Posts
    3,264
    Liked
    626 times

    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?
    Aprilia RSV 1000 R 2000 Vario 30mm Adjustable Front Footrests Foot Peg | eBay
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  10. #9
    Should Get Out More The Martian's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Earth...just visiting
    Posts
    25,280
    Liked
    4824 times
    Blog Entries
    1

    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
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  11. #10
    Should Get Out More couchcommando's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Posts
    5,485
    Liked
    943 times

    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    I've got the ones from your ducati here, do you want them ?
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  12. #11
    Should Get Out More the phantom pieman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Brighton
    Posts
    6,754
    Liked
    1210 times

    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    Yes please ! At least that way I know if they fit or not !
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  13. #12
    Should Get Out More couchcommando's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Posts
    5,485
    Liked
    943 times

    Default Re: Footpeg riser plates

    PM me your address mate and I'll post them off
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

  14. #13
    Should Get Out More the phantom pieman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Brighton
    Posts
    6,754
    Liked
    1210 times

    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!)
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

Go Back to Forum My Forum