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post #1 of 22 Old 09-25-2008, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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which footpegs fit the 9er?

did TONS of searching but cant seem to find anything......... im probably just really stupid.......... im looking for some nicer aluminum foot pegs for both front and back (the ones without the rubber on them) anyone know of any other bikes that will fit or a company that makes them?

i know i could buy a nice rearset but the 6-700 id have to spend to get the pass pegs is not worth it to me (if i didnt ride double i would have a set right now)

thanks fellow 9er's

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I got a set of gold fronts at the Honda dealer I bought my 06 from.

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There are a lot out there to fit for the rider. Passenger not so much. I bought some that were said to fit the 9er, but don't. I made them fit by grinding some of the peg down and some material from inside the oem rearset. Even then they would fold down but would stay up.

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thanks for the links ill check into those and see if i can find anything else...... i would really like to see the gold ones on the candy red bike it may look good with my gold renthals and soon to be gold pazzo's.... got any pics karl?

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thanks for the links ill check into those and see if i can find anything else...... i would really like to see the gold ones on the candy red bike it may look good with my gold renthals and soon to be gold pazzo's.... got any pics karl?
I was thinking the EXACT same thing. I looked at the LP catalog and they don't list a part for gold on the 919. If you look at chapparal's web site they only have silver, but if you go to kneedraggers they say they have gold.

Also, chapparal lists pretty much all honda models using the same peg. kneedraggers has different part#'s for different bikes. Anyone know if all honda pegs are pretty much the same?



I have the gold renthals and gold rizoma billet handgrips. The gold footpegs would be sweet, and at only $26 it's a quick easy addition.

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yea i dont understand the part number thing either i noticed that as well

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I do believe that the rider pegs for all Hondas are the same, but not passenger pegs. If you want matching ones I think you are out of luck. The oem ones have a built in spring in them to keep them in place, I have never seen an aftermarket one like it. You may notice more vibrations going to a lighter peg as well. I did.

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those look nice Karl, direct replacement?

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Yes, the dealer installed em while I had some maintenance work done.

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Actually, I am not sure if they are a direct replacement. I did not ask the mechanic who replaced them.

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wow the pegs look great now i know i want gold!

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Those look just like the ones I had in silver. Yup direct replacement. It takes all of maybe 10 minutes for anyone. You can do it. I've seen them in all colors on e-bay. Almost amy Honda sportbike ones will fit.

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It's dark outside, and my camera's battery is depleted so i'll have to take pics some other time, but...

The left side is still on the way, but I put CBR1000RR pegs on my 919. The pegs are much smaller than the stock 919 ones so they provide more ground clearance. Plus, the rubber inserts on the stock pegs on mine were getting worn out so the 1000RR pegs raise the foot positioning by just a little bit (helps with my short, stocky legs).

The downside is that since the footpeg bracket has an outward bend at the heel, it makes the smaller pegs a little less comfortable when resting the arch of my foot/boot on them.

I may still end up getting some WR's rearsets eventually tho.



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Gilles also makes adapters and then you pick the color from there standard pegs. I just put a set on my 919 (but I don't have any pictures). But, here is the link to Kneedraggers.com

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...15-GIL-35.html

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I want some new pegs or rearsets but just not sure what to do. I need to be able to do 2up so I don't want WR rear sets. but dont want to pay out 700 for sato's and passenger pegs.

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I have a pair of aluminum Emgos that I never installed on the 919; they look smaller, have a bit more ground clearance than stock, and have a smaller surface area for the boot.

Dennis Kirk has them for $26: http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/produc...&mmyId=3400016

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post #20 of 22 Old 11-18-2008, 04:06 PM
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Now if only Giles made their chain adjusters for the 919...

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Is that Chapparal price per each, or per pair?

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post #22 of 22 Old 11-19-2008, 09:18 AM
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Gillies manufactures are nice line of quality parts.

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