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Just got a reply they have kits available for fury...

Price is $300.00 plus a $100.00 returnable deposit for your stock brake peddle which they modify and rechrome for the kit. They move the stock controls 3-1/2 inches forward and 1 inch up, are chromed with adjustable stainless steel shift linkage.

 

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Just got a reply they have kits available for fury...

Price is $300.00 plus a $100.00 returnable deposit for your stock brake peddle which they modify and rechrome for the kit. They move the stock controls 3-1/2 inches forward and 1 inch up, are chromed with adjustable stainless steel shift linkage.

another 200 for the cheapest accutronics on ebay
 

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was thinking the same thing......:cool:
woops 500 does just replacement 25 more does the stretch so another 225 for accutronics. Gimme a week or Two i think I have time off next week so i will try getting something done except for the brake pedal and shift linkage unless i can get junk ones off another honda (brake would need same coupling but can have different lever) I really wanna try it but still think that is a ton of $. If i can get the Brackets done alright then i will try putting another plate in and doing the full peg system too (swapping to the 3/8" bolt on clevis system like HD, BD and Victory uses) then it will just be cutting and drilling my shifter.
 

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Just got a reply they have kits available for fury...

Price is $300.00 plus a $100.00 returnable deposit for your stock brake peddle which they modify and rechrome for the kit. They move the stock controls 3-1/2 inches forward and 1 inch up, are chromed with adjustable stainless steel shift linkage.

who makes them and whats their website?????
 

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Do you have pics below? I thought I saw them on this thread before, but can't see them now... weird...
 

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Here are some pics so that others will know what you are talking about within this post:

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What do you think about price Red..??
His price is right on the money for what he does... but... Think it's a little bit high, but for what you get, and you get to customize it, it's not too shabby. His market is low for our bike, just like everything else, he has to recoup what he spends first, then lower the price for a profit... Again, like I said below, it's more about how not many people are buying it and his own monopoly in the bracket market... His other brackets are cheaper from what I understand, but he has a market for those already.

As you can see here, Ohio, Florida, Honda, Parts, Accessories, dealer, Honda Direct LIne
The brake lever and clutch lever cost 125$ all by themselves, then that document I posted below, brings it to about 150-175$, before he has to weld the levers and manufacture the plates...

I think that 175$ to 225$ would have been more reasonable, but those levers alone are what cost the most, he has to buy the stock levers then weld into them to make them longer, then make them purdy...

If he were to make his own levers he could reduce the costs substantially. Again, the Fury market is low for him as he doesn't mass advertise, so he probably doesn't see the need yet to make his own levers, just buy them and chop them... I think he is at least trying and will give him credit for that... Overall, needs to be a tad bit lower, but hopefully he get's some business and lowers his prices a little bit.
 

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Not dig'n those at all. For that price, I'll save a little longer and get the aftermarket extended FCs I really want.
 

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Not dig'n those at all. For that price, I'll save a little longer and get the aftermarket extended FCs I really want.
I like the option just think it's high........................
 

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yeah he has roughly 100 in materials (w/out your brake as the core), and the equipment to do it kinda quickly. i think about 200ish would be much more realistic and tempting.

75 for brake pedal and 8 for shift linkage. The brake lever he only had to buy one, you ship yours in exchange for a $100 core, so every set he does hes got a new brake pedal for the next set he makes. with including his 100 core charge its 400 for the set and figure materials run him roughly 100 a set so (300-chrome is his profit)
 

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Send him your stock brake pedal and you get your $100 core charge back. Just mailed mine back today.

The kit comes with the Relocation Plates, Shifter Linkage [heavy duty compared to the rinky-dink stock linkage], Extended Brake Pedal, and the required hardware to make it all happen. I think I listed everything.

I am happy with the price as it does what I want it to do.... a more relaxed ride without spending about $1000 for a full custom forward control set.
 

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I wonder how that core charge will work out with someone who has already installed new toe pegs and cut away the original brake peg?
 

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Just posted this on another Thread tell all these forward control vendors to keep there crap Way overpriced and just taking advantage of us..:mad: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 hundred dollars please...........
 
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