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post #1 of 5 Old 04-17-2017, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Question Are there any aftermarket shifter pedal options for a 919?

I've been searching like crazy, but I'm not finding any options for an aftermarket shifter lever (AKA pedal). I'm looking for something a little longer than the OEM, and maybe sticks out a bit further. I've seen some by SW Motech, but can't find any to fit the 919. Anyone found anything aside from the OEM? I'm not looking for rear sets

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If you have a good idea of how long you want it to be all you need to do is take it to a welding shop and they can cut it and add enough material to put the pedal right where you want it. It's mild steel which is easily worked / welded. It should cost less than $30 - 40, and take less than an hour depending on how busy they are.

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If you have a good idea of how long you want it to be all you need to do is take it to a welding shop and they can cut it and add enough material to put the pedal right where you want it. It's mild steel which is easily worked / welded. It should cost less than $30 - 40, and take less than an hour depending on how busy they are.

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Thanks Rob, I'd thought about that, but I was hoping there might be an aftermarket adjustable someone might know about. If I can't find anything, I'll probably go that route. With all the other aftermarket parts & accessories for this bike, I thought I'd have a huge choice for a shifter.....apparently not.

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Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/141581266378

Gday CB919. Found this adjustable shift lever when I was looking at cycle pirates footpegs, which someone had put on their bike in another post. No idea if the shift lever would fit the 919 though.

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Look at this on eBay Cycle Pirates Adjustable Shift Lever Chrome ASSH-S*

Gday CB919. Found this adjustable shift lever when I was looking at cycle pirates footpegs, which someone had put on their bike in another post. No idea if the shift lever would fit the 919 though.

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