1*90 brake pedal shoe fin for standing

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  1. Trailryder42

    Trailryder42 Long timer

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    Hey all.
    Today I was watching some Mototrek videos and the Dude rides a GS1200 and has a brake pedal with a fin on it on the inboard side of the brake pedal shoe. It's meant to be used when braking while standing.

    After my first time offroad with my 1090, I quickly realized the pedal is way too low for braking while standing and I've been adjusting pedal height a little at a time. I'm about to the point where adjusting it for optimal feel for offroad is going to be too high and risk unintentional riding of it while standing.

    That's where the fin comes in. It's positioned at the shoes closest point inboard. Allows you to adjust pedal height for sitting, using the outboard part of the shoe, yet the height of the fin is high enough to provide optimal feel and braking while standing.

    Anyone seen a pedal shoe like this available for the 1*90?

    I'll fab something if not.
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  2. tmark1301cc

    tmark1301cc Been here awhile Supporter

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    Check the AltRider website.
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    Like this?
    https://www.altrider.com/altrider-d...ystem-for-ktm-husqvarna-models/pid/2257/cid/7

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  4. obrianmcc

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    The issue I have with these is that it widens the foot ... IMO the stock pedal already has some ergonomic weirdness going on ... I find that I have to be mindful to not drag the pedal in stock trim. Might just be my big feet?
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  5. Trailryder42

    Trailryder42 Long timer

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    Thanks for the link.
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    Pipefighter76 Been here awhile

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    I have one. Works well after a little getting use to.
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    Your basically scraping your foot against the cover when using the upper pedal. I thought about adding the alt rider case cover but it only has about 3/16” of clearance and I’m not sure it will fit. I think my brake pedal may be bent in slightly from dirt napping. I wonder does anyone have both, and what’s the clearance like?
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    lhrb?
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  10. KTM 1190advR

    KTM 1190advR Enema of the state Supporter

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    As I’ve said before, this one from Xtreme Race Components is fab. They’re on FB:

    C5263D39-5BC0-48F2-8FAC-7AB6B660872D.jpeg
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  11. TripleTriples

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    "Duel" height? Does it come with a couple of pistols?
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    :jack

    Yeah, got the pistols but they were very, very tiny...
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    tmark1301cc Been here awhile Supporter

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    I have both. I'd have to measure the clearance. 20190822_192911.jpg
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  15. Trailryder42

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    Thanks for the link. I think I'm leaning more towards something like this.

    Found a few closeup pics of the BMW pedal. Seems that fin is a part of the pedal lever itself and not the shoe.
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    I’ve had one of their brake pedals and stepped pedal pads on my 1190 r for the past 3 years after bending the OEM part numerous times. This not a cheap replacement but really well made and takes a beating. I’ve got big feet and with a little practice, this setup works well for me.
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  17. Trailryder42

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    I took a look at the side by side chart CleanSpeed has on their different pads. The stepped pad looks to be 10mm narrower than the stock pad, making the target patch for my foot to be able to catch in a heartbeat, smaller. Damn, I wish the stepped pad was the same size as their dropped pad(which is equivalent to stock).

    UPDATE: I just got an email from Jim at Clean Speed. They are about to release a pad the same size as their PG pad, that will be a stepped version. He actually called it a "2 level design", which I hope means stepped, for the purposes of riding standing. Cool.
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