Clean Speed KTM 950/990 brake pedal

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  1. DistortedAxis

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    I received an email from @cse / Jim @ Cleanspeed. These are now available!

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    I've placed an order for 3X units.

    I will post up some photos once they arrive.
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  2. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    What ever happened with this ?
    Guess I'll just pick one up and find out for myself :deal
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  3. Whodatschrome

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    Bump

    Anyone got a review on their lever? Last weekend I saw that @alvincullumyork has one on his 950 SE...and he hasn't bent it yet, so it must be strong.
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  4. alvincullumyork

    alvincullumyork Ol Two Flags Supporter

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    It hasn't been put to the test yet but it's only a matter of time. It is literally twice as thick as the stocker so I have high hopes. Also the free replacement if you brend/brake it is nice.
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  5. Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde Wishing I was riding RTW

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    I put one on my SE as well it looks sweet and beefy.
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  6. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    I've got one on the 950 and I crash test my gear frequently. No probs with any clean speed items I'm running -
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  7. Whodatschrome

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    Which pedal pad are you using on your lever?
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  8. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    CleanSpeed Dropped Pedal Pad, (in orange of course) It was on my stock brake lever for a long time and out lasted it. Then I just carried that pad onto the CS lever when I installed that. I like the width of the dropped pad, makes getting to the rear brake really easy from any riding position.
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  9. Whodatschrome

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    "dropped" or "stepped" pad? I was kinda looking at the stepped version, so i could easily go from sittting to standing. I'm wondering if there's a short learning curve to finding the sweet spots for finding optimal foot placement where is steps down.
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  10. Greedyg76

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    Dropped
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  11. Greedyg76

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  12. ballpeen

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    On a 950ADV with one of the EG pads:


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  13. radmann10

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    Cost?
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  14. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    Well, I had a slow speed low side in sand and bent my lever.
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  15. syky27

    syky27 Owner of Muller Motorsport

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    Did you get replacement, for free? Do you have a picture how you bent it?

    Thanks
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  16. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    Do they have a "never bend" guarantee? @cse
    The bend is right where the lever steps down for the pedal pad. I'll grab a pic tonight.
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  17. syky27

    syky27 Owner of Muller Motorsport

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    I managed to do this:

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  18. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    the stock pedal is little more than a wet noodle. Fine for a street bike, but if you venture off-road forget it.
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  19. cse

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    Sorry Greg, no "never bend" guarantee. It does make me think of all the bike parts I've bent over the years, would make a helluva pile. I do have a 'box-of-shame' that I've kept off all the weird items my son has managed to break on his bikes.

    @Greedyg76 If you get a chance, I would like to see a picture of the pedal pad area of your pedal from the bottom side.
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  20. Greedyg76

    Greedyg76 Certified Card Carrying A-hole

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    I’ll get one for you. I’ll take a little bend over a complete break any day. The lever is still perfectly functional :thumb
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