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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-21-2016, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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M1200R Termignoni foot space feedback

Does your Termignoni provide you with less foot space than stock?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-22-2016, 03:47 AM
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No. It might be slighter better to be fair, but there's not much in it.

I've certainly not felt it like I did with the standard exhaust

PS Size 9 (UK) or 42 EU foot if that helps Lol
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No. It might be slighter better to be fair, but there's not much in it.

I've certainly not felt it like I did with the standard exhaust

PS Size 9 (UK) or 42 EU foot if that helps Lol

I wear a 10-1/2 or 11 depending on what boot I have on. My Termi's don't bother my foot at all
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9 1/2 uk or 43
I have no problem with the standard zorsts - but I am an old survivor: I like my toes and fingers hovering over the controls at all times

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Size 10.5 wearing racing boots and never touch the Termis on my 1200R. It's definitely better than the stock exhaust.
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That answers it. Thanks guys.

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Does your Termignoni provide you with less foot space than stock?
I had it delivered with the Termi set from new, but I don't have any problems with foot space like I had on my 1200.
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Does your Termignoni provide you with less foot space than stock?
Sorry for the delayed response on this one. Traveling for work sucks when all you want to do is ride. Here are some pics of the foot space.







Hope this helps
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