Love these foot pegs, I can lower them to fit my height. I use the spike tips to grip my booty and the peg width is get for my feet. If you haven’t tried a pair, you need too!
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Im 6'6'' 230lbs with really long legs. After being tired of feeling cramped or just worn out from having to squat so low to sit down or stand up, I came across these and decided to give them a try on my 2013 KTM 300xc. Right off the bat my geometry to seat, pegs, and bars was WAY more comfortable allowing me to ride longer and more aggressive since it boosted my confidence/ comfort. If you're a tall lanky guy or gal, I highly recommend these bad boys.
If you are somewhat tall or wear bulky riding boots, a lower mounted peg is a must on wr250r. Adjustable two heights and cleat pin heights. Biggest drawback is pegs only fold up 1/4 of the way.
Bought these pegs last summer, and couldn't be happier with them. My confidence was boosted when I knew my big foot wasn't going to slip off screw up my day. Much more comfortable then the stock pegs that was on my 09 250xcw.
Really high quality pegs. Big footprint and grip. On hindsight you must read the reviews and tests. They claim to be a multi position foot peg but for my bike they won’t go in the lower position. I think fastway could easily machine these to fit.
I put these on my 06 CRF450 and I'm six foot six I love them, before I put them on I had my bars at plus two and after a few rides and need for adjustment i am at a plus .5 on my bars.
If you are taller or bigger these are worth every cent. They made a night and day difference bike just felt more nimble and didn’t feel so awkward... I’m 6 1” 275, with the in the lowered position it totally changed how I ride how I look riding and how I feel riding.
Well i thought i would give these a try since i am 6'5" and was desperately trying to find a lower peg for my kx450. This seems like an easy enough thing to find since these have a "Low Boy" setting... but on 2013 KX450s, the footpeg brackets are already adjustable so according to the description & the reps at Fastway; "the stock Kawasaki peg brackets must be in the upper position in order for you to run the footpegs in their 'low boy' setting". This puts the pegs back at exactly the same height as they just were.... hmm? After looking around forever for info on someone who had personal experience with this, i found nothing so i just pulled the trigger and got them coming. I'm glad i did because THEY WORK just how i wanted them to. They can be mounted in the low setting with your brackets still in the low setting as well which lowers the peg like 5/8"! The only modification that needs to be made is trimming off about 3/8" from the threaded rear brake plunger bar, (what the adjuster nut screws onto) The back of the rear brake pedal hits this before it can be adjusted far enough down to match the peg. I hope this helps some people, i put off buying these for years because i didnt think they would adjust enough to make a real difference.. turns out they do. 5 stars
Let me start by saying I NEVER write reviews, this may be my second review ever. I am extremely happy with these pegs in the lowered position on my Yz450f! What an amazing difference from stock pegs. At 6'4" and size 14 boots I rarely could get comfortable riding. The day I put these pegs on my skills and confidence improved dramatically! Platform is wider I never ever lose footing while riding. After only 3 rides with these pegs I was hitting jumps three times the size I was used to. Extremely happy with these and I will continue to recommend them as a "necessity" to anyone over 6 ft tall and even a huge confidence boosting upgrade for the average height rider in the stock position due to so much added traction.
This is the link to the mount kit, To determine the exact ones I will also need to know the year of your bike in order to get you the right footpegs and mounts.