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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by timbo45, Jan 5, 2011.
How much are the CJ extensions and can I get them either sent to Scotland or buy them here ?
Yes. I love them. Totally transformed my comfort and confidence when up on the pegs. Mounted them low boy. 3/4"down and 3/4" back = more room for my long legs when seated. Expensive but for me worth it.
KTM Rallye pegs for me. Can't beat them IMO
Black dog cycle works.
Can stand on them all day long no problem. Feel very secure.
+1 and put the stock ones on the back for the wife
I ordered a set last night after reading reviews for just about every available set (including the $50 Chinese jobbies sold on eBay -- hey, they come in orange and are billet aluminum!).
The Fastway F3s won out due to the overwhelmingly positive reviews and the adjustability factor. I paid $107 delivered.
The CJs and PivotPegs were close 2nds.
Will update this post as soon as I have them installed and put them to good use.
Which Fastaway pegs did you get? The Adventure pegs are def about $240...I recently came to the same conclusion on purchasing Fastaway and will be ordering the adventure model. Your link is dead...hopefully you were able to the Adventures for $107
Fastway F3 Footpegs (22-3-503).
Correction: $109 shipped by Amazon. Just a bit less expensive than from eBay ($115).
These are the correct pegs for the 990 ADV (but are NOT the orange-colored Fastway ProMoto Billet Adventure Style Billet footpegs).
PMB Adventure Pegs on the ADV R and KTM rally pegs on the Super Enduro. I like the feel of both sets of pegs. I don't notice the increased peg to seat distance of the PMBs that much. I do notice that they are lower and farther back when I shift. The peg/shifter relationship just doesn't work as well for me as stock or rally pegs and I occasionally miss a shift because of it. I can't adjust the shifter to a position that works any better either.
My stock pegs had been weakened by the PO drilling holes through them at several places to mount some larger platforms. I like a standard sized peg, but expected the pegs to break the first time the bike took a nap in a rock garden. I scrounged around in my scrap metal bucket, and found some 3/4 inch by 3/16 inch mild steel stock to weld to the the stock pegs. I also filled the drilled holes with some MIG wire. These feel just right for my personal preference.