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post #11 of 50 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 10:23 AM
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Yea, i want the whole setup. Rearsets and passenger pegs. Probably not cheap though. Good call on measuring around the pipes.
I'd go for this for the front. Anyone know if the front pegs would fit?
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I'd go for this for the front. Anyone know if the front pegs would fit?
1100Evo rearsets fit 696/796/1100 no problem. Its been done. The problem is price, $500+ in parts from the dealer to make it happen. Unless you find a good price on a used set your better off with adjustable aftermarket rear sets. Alternatively, you can do S*R rearsets on the 696/796/1100 for the same look for far less money.

As far as 1100Evo passenger pegs, I thought the 696/796/1100 bikes didn't have the holes in the subframe needed to mount them?

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what are these "S*R" rearsets? Are you referring to stock ducati rearsets off a s2r or similar? they plug and play on a 696?
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That's what I'm hoping too
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I'd go for this for the front. Anyone know if the front pegs would fit?
I just read this in a thread from another forum:

"I've spent some time at the local dealer staring at the 1100evo rearsets as an affordable change.
What I noticed was the 1100evo rearsets mount the brake master cylinder in a ~vertical position. Stock 696 'rearsets' have the master cylinder horizontal.
Consequently, I think you need to change the brake pedal and hose between the master cylinder and reservoir as well (and perhaps the push rod between the pedal and master cylinder).

The concern I had is that the new master cylinder position may actually contact the double sided swing arm on the 696. I haven't heard of anyone actually doing this conversion yet and don't know if it is a real issue or not. I don't have parts on hand to measure b/c I would be really interested to know."

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1100Evo rearsets fit 696/796/1100 no problem. Its been done. The problem is price, $500+ in parts from the dealer to make it happen. Unless you find a good price on a used set your better off with adjustable aftermarket rear sets. Alternatively, you can do S*R rearsets on the 696/796/1100 for the same look for far less money.

As far as 1100Evo passenger pegs, I thought the 696/796/1100 bikes didn't have the holes in the subframe needed to mount them?
Are you sure the 1100 EVO rearsets fit no problem? It's contrary to that other post.

And I did read elsewhere as well that you need to use an 1100Evo subframe in order to attach the passenger pegs.
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Excuse the ropey Photoshop, but here is an S4R footrest over a 696 hanger. *Seems* to fit?

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Hmm, that's interesting. very crude indeed, but in very general terms it looks like they would work. I really don't need fancy aftermarket rearsets...I'm just looking to ditch that ugly chicken wing to passenger pegs for cheap.
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The s4r rearsets will indeed fit. Just found this thread over on [apparently i can't say the name of the forum here?]:

hotlink won't work, but figure it out to go see it:

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Here's a pic on an 1100, but should be the same for 696/796:

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what are these "S*R" rearsets? Are you referring to stock ducati rearsets off a s2r or similar? they plug and play on a 696?
Yes, I'm referring to the S4/S4R/S2R/S4RS models. They are the most cost-effective solution for those looking to get rid of the "chicken wings" on the new gen Monsters. I have S4R rearsets on my '11 796 as do a few others on the forums. Search the other Monster forum and there are a couple threads about it. Since these rearsets are readily available on the used market you can get it done pretty inexpensively. ~$100 for used rearsets, Optionally, ~$50 for powdercoating if you want black, and $5 in parts from home depot.

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This picture shows the 1100Evo with the passenger pegs removed...there are 2 mounting holes in the subframe that the 696/796/1100 does not have. So unless you want to drill and tap your subframe these will not work.
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