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post #1 of 26 Old 04-20-2019, 04:57 AM Thread Starter
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Buell pegs

Fitted my Buell pegs this morning that came from Joe Stterwhite in the US. Now to try em out and see if it helps my old knackered kness lol.
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I like that they are low but I'm curious to hear how they feel when riding .
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I loved them on the hayabusa until I started to rail on the bike. Between the buell pegs and helibars that bike was super comfortable. Once I was capable of riding that bike fast, both had to go. Pegs started dragging at extreme lean angles.

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I loved them on the hayabusa until I started to rail on the bike. Between the buell pegs and helibars that bike was super comfortable. Once I was capable of riding that bike fast, both had to go. Pegs started dragging at extreme lean angles.
You will notice i have left the "hero" blobs off meantime till i see how it feels. Was about to go for a ride and it started pissing down with rain, so that was that.

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You will notice i have left the "hero" blobs off meantime till i see how it feels. Was about to go for a ride and it started pissing down with rain, so that was that.
You will love the feel, that extra inch makes all the difference. As long as you’re not really pushing the pace, you’ll have no problem with dragging them. I was dragging my stator cover on the hayabusa, so that gives you an idea at the pace I was running. The black looks very nice as well.

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Sounds like you should be racing in MotoGP LOL . "Dragging my stator cover " Thats some funny chit right there lmao
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Sounds like you should be racing in MotoGP LOL . "Dragging my stator cover " Thats some funny chit right there lmao
No, just in my young and dumber days. I found the limits of the big girl a couple of times, that’s when I decided to go smaller to go faster. Fixing it gets expensive. lol
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You will love the feel, that extra inch makes all the difference. As long as you’re not really pushing the pace, you’ll have no problem with dragging them. I was dragging my stator cover on the hayabusa, so that gives you an idea at the pace I was running. The black looks very nice as well.
Yeah my bike is 18 model so has black rearsets so got Joe to powder coat them to match.

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No, just in my young and dumber days. I found the limits of the big girl a couple of times, that’s when I decided to go smaller to go faster. Fixing it gets expensive. lol
If im over as far as that, it means ive crashed into a hedge
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Yea me too ,if I dragged my stator cover that means I lowsided
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