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post #1 of 9 Old 11-15-2013, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Adjustable position brackets for OEM rear sets

Selling Adjustable supports for rear sets HONDA Hornet 900 02-06
approx 115 euro delivered
Anyone on here ever used these before?




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Just get this & call it a day. And save yourself $50 in the process.

Adjustable Foot Peg Bracket Honda HORNET250 HORNET600 HORNET900 | eBay

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or better yet.... pull the feelers off the stock pegs.... zero dollars.

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or better yet.... pull the feelers off the stock pegs.... zero dollars.
I think he wants to customize the foot peg position. Much cheaper than getting $$$ over priced Sato's.

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Yeah Im aiming for a riding position close-ish to supersports so I dont feel so awkward with gear changing when I jump on the track bike (CBR954)

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Yeah Im aiming for a riding position close-ish to supersports so I dont feel so awkward with gear changing when I jump on the track bike (CBR954)
ride the track bike 24/7?

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ride the track bike 24/7?
Would if I could but I like my license
(track bike is not road registered)

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Hi,

Would these or similar footpeg raisers help raise footpegs and still be able to use rear brakelight?
Why I ask is that because on a track I manage to lean the bike so much that I have scraped the dip of the gear changer knob... we have quite tight curves.

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Would these or similar footpeg raisers help raise footpegs and still be able to use rear brakelight?
Why I ask is that because on a track I manage to lean the bike so much that I have scraped the dip of the gear changer knob... we have quite tight curves.
Yes, these just raise your stock peg mount so you will be able to use your brake light switch no problems.

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