LC4 footpegs

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  1. Mack

    Mack Gone, but never forgotten. RIP, Mack...

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  2. ncfitton

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  3. Ricardo Kuhn

    Ricardo Kuhn a.k.a. Mr Rico Suave

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    exelent Mack how much you pay for the KTM part...

    looks so much better too.
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  4. Mack

    Mack Gone, but never forgotten. RIP, Mack...

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    Hey Ricky,

    The msrp is $59, I think I got it for $50, IIRC. I still need to source the bolts locally, as niether the SXC nor the original bolts will work. The Fastway peg shown here is a (non-bushed) KTM Hardparts peg which will actually be used on my Duke II, if fits somewhat loosely in this SXC bracket, and might need a washer/shim for proper fit. I expect the bushed F3 Fastway pegs may fit a bit differently then this peg. (I understand I may need to grind a tad off the R/H peg to get it to clear.)

    Hope this help those who where wondering about this part. Cheers, Mack

    PS. Very surreal messing about with footpegs when one is on crutches and cannot even ride!
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  5. Ricardo Kuhn

    Ricardo Kuhn a.k.a. Mr Rico Suave

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    what in the world ,made you buy the "Fix" possition pegs.the F3 are so much better,plus for $15 you can get to mount them on anybike you want??
    Oh yeah That funny feeling,well i hope you get better soon,,actually strange but sometimes very useful just look at R-dubb and the PCQ and james and his fancy seats,,if is not because of the "Downtime" maybe will never happend.


    thanks for the info again
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  6. Mack

    Mack Gone, but never forgotten. RIP, Mack...

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    I bought them over a year and a half ago, the KTM dealer thought they would fit the LC4........ The SXC bracket was an unknown at that point, and I had decided to keep them for when I finally bought an EXC (At present if the F3's that I now have for the ADV work out well, I will install these fixed pegs on the Duke II.)

    Thanks. Got to know James, his support really helped my attitude.
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  7. Buckster

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    At last

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  8. Buckster

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    It is a pig getting the spring back in when re assembling the peg into the carrier.

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  9. Velocibiker

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    Cool man!! Now I just need a UK dealer that will sell me one!!!

    BTW - is there a KTM web site that has all the Euro bikes parts like we have here?

    Thanks again!
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  10. Mack

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    One what? Everything except the bolts can be sourced from the SXC.
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  11. ncfitton

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    Hey Buckster, did i miss your answer to this question? Width and length of the foot peg you just posted.
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  12. Velocibiker

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    If anybody has them in stock - sure. I've been waiting for almost two months now for somebody to come up with one!!


    If they are more plentiful in the UK, then I'll just get it from there.


    So, I repeat myself in the hopes some UK KTM rider knows of a dealer that actually has one of these foot peg mounts. Buyer in the US is ready to buy!

    And.....size of the '04 Adv pegs please...
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  13. Mack

    Mack Gone, but never forgotten. RIP, Mack...

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    I expect no dealer will have them in stock, but the way I understand KTM's backorder system, is that the more orders, the higher the priority for when the parts are produced and or shipped to N.A. etc. The bracket was backordered at the time I ordered mine, but after a bit of a wait, it came in.
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  14. Velocibiker

    Velocibiker Adventure Antagonist

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    Just an update.

    I finally completed the Fastway peg upgrade. I documented the process and uploaded the document here.

    It's in MS Word format (.doc). Quite a few pictures so it's kinda bloated. I figured I waste my bandwidth instead of ADVRiders.

    Some day I'll probably get around to putting it up in .html, but for now this is what I got.

    Enjoy!
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  15. ChrisC

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    Velo,

    Nice write-up. :thumb

    Two questions; you say that the peg/pedal relationship is still OK with the lowered position of the peg, yes? My brake pedal is already set pretty low with the stock peg, so that was a concern.

    And, how's the vibration thru the pedals. Without the rubber insert is it noticeably worse?

    CC
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  16. creeper

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    Rubber inserts? You still got them rubber inserts? Doode, you need better boots. :D

    Hey Velo... Nice write up. :thumb :D
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  17. Velocibiker

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    #1 - I think I ended up lowering the shifter a tooth (maybe 2). Brake pedal udjusted down just a couple of turns? (Didn't count, but it wasn't much).

    #2 - I don't notice any difference. Never bothered me before. Still doesn't. :thumb
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  18. mschviuz

    mschviuz Been here awhile

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    where can i get some of the rubber inserts for my 04 625sxc?
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  19. BlitzBike

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    Bummer...The link to Velocibikers "how to" page does not work. Now that I got my seat and bars tall enough, the fastway upgrade is the last major Ergo upgrade on my Horizon so the "how to page" with parts list is crucial.
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  20. meat popsicle

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    If its a Fastaway guide you are lookin' for there is one in my Yahoo Briefcase, maybe it was from Velo... can't remember.

    Link in the index under external links. :D
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