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I REALLY LIKE THOSE!!! You are the one who done the discs also???
 

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I've seen them in person... pretty cool stuff. :cool:
 

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Your onto something, Now im off to some more research and might have to get at you about those pegs, I really like those.

Did some research ran into a nice idea that may save us some $$$. about 1/2 the forwards that i saw for customs have just a basic bracket mounting to the left side of an aftermarket mast. cyl. and a threaded on peg on Rt side of the cyl. If someone could figure out a cheap reliable pivot setup for the levers on both sides, we could get to building our own forwards
 

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Your onto something, Now im off to some more research and might have to get at you about those pegs, I really like those.

Did some research ran into a nice idea that may save us some $$$. about 1/2 the forwards that i saw for customs have just a basic bracket mounting to the left side of an aftermarket mast. cyl. and a threaded on peg on Rt side of the cyl. If someone could figure out a cheap reliable pivot setup for the levers on both sides, we could get to building our own forwards
Thats just it, there is no such word as cheep when comes to full billet controls, If you look at how big around the factory foot peg is you can see that my set up will move your feet forward 1.5-2.0 inches with no mods at all, there is just enough adjustment on the levers to make them work real nice. Also at a price well under others, how does 150.00 for chromally pegs and 200.00 for aluminum pegs sound, both with all hardware needed.
 

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Thats just it, there is no such word as cheep when comes to full billet controls, If you look at how big around the factory foot peg is you can see that my set up will move your feet forward 1.5-2.0 inches with no mods at all, there is just enough adjustment on the levers to make them work real nice. Also at a price well under others, how does 150.00 for chromally pegs and 200.00 for aluminum pegs sound, both with all hardware needed.
Those prices sound great, even if I consider additional shipping/customs/tax costs to europe/australia.

You're on the right track here!
 

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Thats just it, there is no such word as cheep when comes to full billet controls, If you look at how big around the factory foot peg is you can see that my set up will move your feet forward 1.5-2.0 inches with no mods at all, there is just enough adjustment on the levers to make them work real nice. Also at a price well under others, how does 150.00 for chromally pegs and 200.00 for aluminum pegs sound, both with all hardware needed.
Yeah i Have seen pegs like that for about that price, I like it alot, will probably be one of my next mods
 

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looks a hell of alot better then the stock.
I hope I am not offending you when I say I don't see the 1.5 to 2in gain? The peg looks like it is in the same spot. I get what your saying about gaining length by getting rid of the stock monster peg but I would say maby a half inch gain? Accutronix 3in extended puts the peg on the front side of the tube on the frame. Your at least two inches away from that.
 

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I'm with mrbyber on this one; I don't see where your pegs or levers have moved forward any at all. Your pegs are significantly smaller in diameter and look considerably longer than stock, but I'm not seeing the claimed forward displacement. As mrbyber pointed out, check out the Accutronix 3-inch extenders for comparison.

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:confused:Wow, how inexpensive do you guys want this stuff? Do you know how much time and expense go into R&D. Its just fortunate that I own a Fury, and a full blow fab shop, if not I dont know very many people that would give up there bike for weeks on end if not longer for prototyping. Just the engineering alone is much higher than you would imagine, let alone machine, waterjet or lazer time at anywhere from 50.00-100.00 per hour, plus programing and material no matter how many times it takes to get a good first article. Now, hope that the part is a hit and everyone buys it, if not there is a lot of money spent for nothing.

Now those of you that say they can do better and less expensive, but dont have the place to do it. Come on down and show me how its done. Its just as easy to keep these ideas to myself and share them with no one.

My god, I have never heard so many prema donna bikers or wanna be bikers in all my life. You want it simple and cheep go buy a fuckin sportster:mad:.
 

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I'm with mrbyber on this one; I don't see where your pegs or levers have moved forward any at all. Your pegs are significantly smaller in diameter and look considerably longer than stock, but I'm not seeing the claimed forward displacement. As mrbyber pointed out, check out the Accutronix 3-inch extenders for comparison.

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looks a hell of alot better then the stock.
I hope I am not offending you when I say I don't see the 1.5 to 2in gain? The peg looks like it is in the same spot. I get what your saying about gaining length by getting rid of the stock monster peg but I would say maby a half inch gain? Accutronix 3in extended puts the peg on the front side of the tube on the frame. Your at least two inches away from that.
Well not to be a dick, but have you heard of a Caliper, Scale, CMM, or even a simple tape measure, My pegs on my bike are moved forward 1.537" over the stock set up....I dont need to look at Accutronix, Ive seen them up close.
 

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hyredgunn,
As I said in my last post "I HOPE I DON'T OFFEND YOU!"
This would mean I am not putting down your work. I could never do what you did, I don't have the skill.
I am 6ft 5in so I want as much room as I can get. And as I said in my last post "I get what your saying about gaining length by getting rid of the stock monster peg." Maby you could give us some more pics showing the ruler in the photo?
Also, no one said "THAT SUCKS, I CAN DO BETTER" odds are we or they cant! We are all here to learn and see what we can do with our bikes and help out.
Who said anything about inexpensive??? My controls were $600 and another $100 to install. On top of the other $1800 in mods.
And what is a biker? Are you? Or are you a wanna be as you stated.
Do you need to have a Tattoo, drink beer, have long hair, swear, please tell me? Do you think because you machined a part your a biker? Do you need to ride for a certain amount of time to be a biker?
And I DO NOT feel fortunate to own a Fury. I busted my ass to be able to own this bike and make it how I want it. I would call it my reward for years of ass bustin work.
Maby that makes me a biker?
Let me tell you what a biker is. It's anyone who rides a motorcycle. That's it!
But if you must know, I have tattoos, I drink beer, I swear, I don't have long hair, I shave my head bald. Cant grow too much hair. But, I am a biker!
Good luck with your pegs. No sale here. I wouldn't want to have to talk to your service department. They would probably tell me I suck!
One last thing. A new sportster costs more then our bikes. I would think you would know this being a REAL BIKER!
And ya know what, yes, you are being a dick!
 

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:confused:Wow, how inexpensive do you guys want this stuff? Do you know how much time and expense go into R&D. Its just fortunate that I own a Fury, and a full blow fab shop, if not I dont know very many people that would give up there bike for weeks on end if not longer for prototyping. Just the engineering alone is much higher than you would imagine, let alone machine, waterjet or lazer time at anywhere from 50.00-100.00 per hour, plus programing and material no matter how many times it takes to get a good first article. Now, hope that the part is a hit and everyone buys it, if not there is a lot of money spent for nothing.

Now those of you that say they can do better and less expensive, but dont have the place to do it. Come on down and show me how its done. Its just as easy to keep these ideas to myself and share them with no one.

My god, I have never heard so many prema donna bikers or wanna be bikers in all my life. You want it simple and cheep go buy a fuckin sportster:mad:.
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:confused:Wow, how inexpensive do you guys want this stuff? Do you know how much time and expense go into R&D. Its just fortunate that I own a Fury, and a full blow fab shop, if not I dont know very many people that would give up there bike for weeks on end if not longer for prototyping. Just the engineering alone is much higher than you would imagine, let alone machine, waterjet or lazer time at anywhere from 50.00-100.00 per hour, plus programing and material no matter how many times it takes to get a good first article. Now, hope that the part is a hit and everyone buys it, if not there is a lot of money spent for nothing.

Now those of you that say they can do better and less expensive, but dont have the place to do it. Come on down and show me how its done. Its just as easy to keep these ideas to myself and share them with no one.

My god, I have never heard so many prema donna bikers or wanna be bikers in all my life. You want it simple and cheep go buy a fuckin sportster:mad:.
I like your pegs alot, the price i dont think anyone bad mouthed, I would pay that much for them as soon as i could figure out a linkage setup to get them out further like forwards, I want around 3" of stretch. I cant see spending around 600 bucks for something that someone thinks i want one way or another though. My bike is for Function and some looks, from what i saw on different parts sites Wilwood Master Cyl is about 175 then it is a matter of brackets (I can cut in about 20 mins), and linkage for the shifter and brake pedal, then cutting properly sized bushings to offset everything balanced.
 
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