Lower Footpegs

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Re: Lower Footpegs

Post by swharton » Wed Sep 25, 2019 2:41 am


Installed the pegs and adjusted both the shifter and brake pedal...works fine. Just make sure to adjust the 2 sensors on the brake pedal. Now I am dragging the front of the pegs. Had the same problem on my BMW RS and set the rear suspension to 2 riders plus gear...this increased the rear spring preload and lifted the rear enough to stop the dragging.
Have increased the rear spring preload and now need to try it out.
New lowered pegs help allot.
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Re: Lower Footpegs

Post by SidneyCarton » Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:43 pm


Knight Designs list a 1” lower peg for some Kawasaki models and even a 1 3/8” lower peg (for zX14.) Which one has everyone tried?
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Re: Lower Footpegs

Post by SDH2Mike » Tue Oct 08, 2019 10:05 pm


I have the knight pegs I had previously installed on my 2011 Kaw Concours. I’m pretty sure they are the 1 3/8 lower ones. No modification needed other than shifter and brake pedal adjustments.
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Re: Lower Footpegs

Post by uk1 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:23 am


I use the one's I had on my ZX-14R from Knights Designs. 1 3/8". I believe I had to ream out the holes to fit the larger pivot pins. I cut off about 1/8" of the brake adjustment screw to lower the brake pedal even more. Works great!
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