KTM 990 Footpegs

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by timbo45, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. timbo45

    timbo45 Been here awhile

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    Which wide footpegs are the best ? Were do I purchase them ?
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  2. sstewart

    sstewart Long timer

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    ZtpTY racing extensions do the job well.
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  3. ironmtnracing

    ironmtnracing MotoQuest Seattle

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    Really like the CJDesigns extensions.

    Friend has the ZipTy version and I didn't care for them as I didn't feel they let you pivot quite as well.

    My 2ยข
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  4. zedx9

    zedx9 Been here awhile

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    Probably like oil, everyone has their preference:deal. I've had Fastways (fixed mount) on two bikes and like them. I got mine from KTMtwins.
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  5. a$$hole

    a$$hole Long timer

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    I have and like the CJDesigns extensions. I get comments on them all the time too.:D
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  6. Bill 310

    Bill 310 Poser Emeritus

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  7. AdvRat

    AdvRat Adventurer

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    How are the Pivot Pegz? They look like a good idea.
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  8. SCflyer

    SCflyer Long timer

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    Look up cjdesigns (cjracer). Good stuff, nice guy and the extentions do widen the pegs but not sure of how much.
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  9. GordonFreeman

    GordonFreeman Gamer

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    I have ROC Stompas. Both wider and longer than stock. Great quality. Very happy with them. Looked at CJs also. Good rep, but I didn't want to pay about the same price for extensions and mod the stock pegs when I could buy whole-piece, machined aluminum. I got mine from this guy:
    http://www.adventurersworkshop.com/motorcycles/ROC_STOMPA_PEGS.htm
    I've bought several bits from him and been quite satisfied with the service.
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  10. warp9man

    warp9man Gravel in my Travel

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    I Hate Spamming a thread but you could check out the new Warp 9 billet footpegs. [​IMG]

    they are $99 bucks and include both Stainless set screw teeth and tapered teeth and 57mm wide and also come with new springs L&R (not pictured).
    Ii know, I feel stupid hijacking the thread but i just thought i would share:dunno
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  11. Hog

    Hog Been here awhile

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    WOW Those are bitchen!!! Tim you want to buy mine and I'll get some of these?
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  12. Bob599

    Bob599 Bob599

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    Yeah, I have black Large pegs from CJ. Work great, look great, customer service above and beyond!
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  13. ktm950se

    ktm950se Banned

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    PM Sent :evil

    ktm950se
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  14. mdfehrmann

    mdfehrmann Been here awhile

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    These are awesome. These are the long option and really help my little bit of weight get way out for counterbalance. I wouldn't go anywhere without them, and wonder how I rode before I put them on.
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    http://www.cjdesignsllc.com/
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  15. ridewestKTM

    ridewestKTM Long timer

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    just a side note - some/most come with nuts. The nuts would prevent the use of the Adventure's rubber insert. I drilled and tapped for the screws. The screws if selected/cut for just long enough would allow for the rubber insert's use. It's still damn cold here so I don't know if it's a good idea yet, but it's a one-way choice so I thought I'd mention.
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  16. ThrottleThrill

    ThrottleThrill Been here awhile

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    As posted above, everyone has their opinions. While I am not normally a fan of lowering pegs, I really like the fastway pegs in the lowered position. It opens up the seating position nicely if you are tall.
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  17. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    how long are they?
    thanks!
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  18. Chuckracer

    Chuckracer Jerkus Maximus

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    Yep, me too. I'm using a low seat and the pegs made all the difference.
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  19. twodollardoug

    twodollardoug the calimesa kid

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    thumbs up for cj's. they are perfect.
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  20. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Ditto for me too on the CJ Medium Length bolt on's in Silver :thumb

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