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Good afternoon to you all.
Great forum, and I'm glad to see this bike finally taking off.

We at Supreme Legends USA manufacture forward controls, and are ready to finally put our controls on a fury.

We are located in Orange County (Fullerton) in So. California. If there is anybody local, who can afford to leave their bike at our facility for a few days, we would use your bike, solely to design forward controls, and possibly stock pegs, and rear pegs for your bike.
In return, I would give you the first production set of our controls for the Fury.

I would simply need you to return with the bike once they are complete, so that we can complete the installation pictures, and you're on your way.

Please contact me at [email protected] for further information. This is the fastest way to reach me, and I'm guaranteed to reply timely.

Thank you for your consideration. Ride safe!
 

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Good afternoon to you all.
Great forum, and I'm glad to see this bike finally taking off.

We at Supreme Legends USA manufacture forward controls, and are ready to finally put our controls on a fury.

We are located in Orange County (Fullerton) in So. California. If there is anybody local, who can afford to leave their bike at our facility for a few days, we would use your bike, solely to design forward controls, and possibly stock pegs, and rear pegs for your bike.
In return, I would give you the first production set of our controls for the Fury.

I would simply need you to return with the bike once they are complete, so that we can complete the installation pictures, and you're on your way.

Please contact me at [email protected] for further information. This is the fastest way to reach me, and I'm guaranteed to reply timely.

Thank you for your consideration. Ride safe!
Im not in Cali but would like a set of billet forward's.
 

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Hang in there...we're working on it! LOL. Hopefully we are able to find somebody in short order. It does not appear as there will be too much design work involved, so I hope to say that we should be able to get them moving pretty quickly.
 

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When were you looking for the bike and are you willing to trek it from SD? I can drive up to LA, if we are only going to be taking measurements and will return the bike in a day or two... Let me know...
 

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Hang in there...we're working on it! LOL. Hopefully we are able to find somebody in short order. It does not appear as there will be too much design work involved, so I hope to say that we should be able to get them moving pretty quickly.
Bill:
Sent you an email
Tony
 

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When were you looking for the bike and are you willing to trek it from SD? I can drive up to LA, if we are only going to be taking measurements and will return the bike in a day or two... Let me know...
It's Orange County you mutt.. hence "Anybody local..":D
LA a little further north ride for you isn't it...:p
 

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It's Orange County you mutt.. hence "Anybody local..":D
LA a little further north ride for you isn't it...:p
Nah... just add to my 9800 miles I already have, & if it will get me riding more comfortable... I'm down wit' it!
 

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Whats your website supreme legends so we can see some of your other forward controls?
 

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Gentlemen,
Thank you all very much for your offers. Tony got the hole shot on you, so he has agreed to swing by next week.
One thing you can all help with...a few answers for me.
Do you have...
Scraping issues?
Comfort issues (give me your height/inseam, and complaint/comment)?
What price are you willing to pay for these?
Why do I ask that? The design considerations go into effect, based upon the general consensus.
If we include a new master cylinder on the bike, the price could end up roughly $135 higher, than if we just used your existing cylinder.
Also, depending on the stretch you all request, we may be required to include a new Goodridge brake line, as well as be forced to include the master cylinder...couple of options there.
Thanks for your input guys. I look forward to making your Fury Supreme!
 

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Whats your website supreme legends so we can see some of your other forward controls?
Looks like I was beat to it...Supreme Legends USA

It is going through some updating today (new site was just launched about 5 weeks ago) so I believe the metric section will be down until tomorrow, however anything you see in the HD forward controls section, will pretty much be available for the Fury, assuming this does not become some out of the ordinary undertaking.
 

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I would much prefer to use the stock master cylinder as USD 135 is going to end up closer to AUD 300. That extra $300 will make your controls about 1200 to $1500 here in Sydney and at that price I've lost interest.

I'd like more stretch at least 3" preferably 5 or 6 as I find the Fury a little lacking on the leg room. I'm 6'2" with 32" inseam.

Also need to have matching pegs for front and rear. Lastly must be chromed and not polished. Polished is to hard to look after when you live close to the water.

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6'3" 34 inseam, some scraping issues with stock but i lean the $#it out of my bike on some corners so would just have to become more subtile in my riding. I would say stock Master with aftermarket as an option (getting around aftermarket master by a bracket and possibly lines as an option?). People like me cost is a major factor and keeping it more stock for a bit where i can progressively build the bike rather than 1k here 2k there makes it much more feasable as a mod. My main issue with comfort right now is stock puts the bubble on the air cleaner right at my knee pushing it out.

Ohh and i beat everyone to it, just im on the other side of the country
 

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Gentlemen,
Thank you all very much for your offers. Tony got the hole shot on you, so he has agreed to swing by next week.
One thing you can all help with...a few answers for me.
Do you have...
Scraping issues?
Comfort issues (give me your height/inseam, and complaint/comment)?
What price are you willing to pay for these?
Why do I ask that? The design considerations go into effect, based upon the general consensus.
If we include a new master cylinder on the bike, the price could end up roughly $135 higher, than if we just used your existing cylinder.
Also, depending on the stretch you all request, we may be required to include a new Goodridge brake line, as well as be forced to include the master cylinder...couple of options there.
Thanks for your input guys. I look forward to making your Fury Supreme!
Make them adjustable 1-3" forward or back at the base (not just the arm(s) adjustable around a pivot point) and imho you'll hit one out of the park. Gauging the position by inseam/height etc., seems a really inaccurate way to try and get a set you're comfortable with.
 

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Make them adjustable 1-3" forward or back at the base (not just the arm(s) adjustable around a pivot point) and imho you'll hit one out of the park. Gauging the position by inseam/height etc., seems a really inaccurate way to try and get a set you're comfortable with.
getting the control linkages to match up might be a PITA though which would make the design time and production for some of the adjustable linkage parts cost more $. As it is the fury is kinda a working man's practical chopper not a trailer queenish bike
 

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getting the control linkages to match up might be a PITA though which would make the design time and production for some of the adjustable linkage parts cost more $. As it is the fury is kinda a working man's practical chopper not a trailer queenish bike
I think optimum placement of aftermarket forward controls is a potentially helpful design consideration and that makes me a "trailer queen"??? These people make some beautiful forward control designs, AND they take the time to ask the riding community for input on future design considerations, and I input that for me optimum placement would be a big plus and you in your infinite wisdom decide that makes me a fricking "trailer queen"??? Who died and made you god of aftermarket wisdom?

You aren't "wright". You aren't even wrong. Unquote. And no, I don't expect you to get it. Arrogant little bag a nothin'.
 

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I think optimum placement of aftermarket forward controls is a potentially helpful design consideration and that makes me a "trailer queen"??? These people make some beautiful forward control designs, AND they take the time to ask the riding community for input on future design considerations, and I input that for me optimum placement would be a big plus and you in your infinite wisdom decide that makes me a fricking "trailer queen"??? Who died and made you god of aftermarket wisdom?

You aren't "wright". You aren't even wrong. Unquote. And no, I don't expect you to get it. Arrogant little bag a nothin'.
Wow didnt think this would resort to name calling, I was just stating the fact that alot of people like me are trying to keep overall investment on our bikes down. Having to take the time to develop fully adjustable forwards takes time and at paying people to sit there and design them costs more money in the development stages and possibly production stages which to recoup it would cause product cost to be higher. I never said that your idea was bad and actually like it alot (we all want comfy bikes) But when some aftermarket accessories get to rediculous prices that is what ruins the fun of having a bike and being able to tinker to making it more of our own. By saying that it is not a trailer queenish bike i was refering to some of the bikes you see with roughly 10k in accessories that a typical person owning it would be too afraid of any issues arising to actually get on it and ride it to whatever store or place they work. If they can figure out a way to keep cost competative or even slightly more with adding adjustability to the controls i would fully support that idea
 
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