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Dear All
I test rode the new Aussie spec Fury on 5 Dec. (Going on sale 11 Dec) I liked the bike but I found the forward controls much to close to the seat for my liking. Before I lay down $20000 AU I was wondering if anyone makes a forward control relocation kit?

I would like to move the controls forward at least 75mm (3") and preferably closer to 150mm (6").

Any advise on what to look out for is also gratefully received.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Dear All
I test rode the new Aussie spec Fury on 5 Dec. (Going on sale 11 Dec) I liked the bike but I found the forward controls much to close to the seat for my liking. Before I lay down $20000 AU I was wondering if anyone makes a forward control relocation kit?

I would like to move the controls forward at least 75mm (3") and preferably closer to 150mm (6").

Any advise on what to look out for is also gratefully received.

Thanks in advance.
How much you willing to spend... as there are several forward controls out there at the moment, it just determines on your price range. Accutronix and RAW both have forward controls... think there are a couple of other companies that have forward controls too, but those are the only two I can think of off the tip of my head.
 

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My forward controls are done by Accutronix, I highly recommend them for the material quality. You can also choose what design you want, chrome or anodized black and you can get the extended version which is 3" longer ;)

 

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Thanks for the fast response

I was thinking $600 should be enough. But I'll check out the companies you mentioned, they sound like they have what I am looking for.
 

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Thanks gents,
RAW have a set of controls that are adjustable and look good for USD $700.

The Aussie spec has had a few changes to meet the ADR's (Australian Design Rules)
ABS standard
Stainless steel braided lines std
Catalytic converter
Exhaust noise reduced to meet ADR
Not sure about this but I was told the engine needs 91 RON octane as a minimum with 95 or 98 recommended. I use 98 in my bikes anyway so that's no big deal.
No Side refelectors.
Lastly we only get Black and Blue colours.

Possibly other changes but that is all I could find in the 20 mins I had with the bike.
 

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Good to see a Aussie in the house..:)
I have a friend in Melbourne that I collaborated with on a song.
He played it at the Hard Rock there.
Welcome macxpert..
 
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