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I'm so conflicted! Been going back n' forth. I really want the full Termi system, but wonder if I should be looking for a low mount exhaust or the QuatD. If I can find a way to get just a bit more room for my right foot, I'll just get the Termis. Do they make a longer foot peg? At this point, I'll risk the scraping in turns for being comfortable the other 90% of the time. I have the '07 S4RT.
 

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how much foot do you need on a peg, anyway? you have some triple-wide feet?
 

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get the older style aluminum only pegs, go to a welding shop and have them add some aluminum stock to it. take it home and use a grinder and dremel tool and shape to taste [thumbsup] It might take a little time, but what do you have to lose?
 

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I found this when I was buying my Oberons. It seems Ducati doesn't alter footpegs very often.

This is the left, right is the same fitment but different part number.

S4RS wasn't out when I got this list but I don't see why it would change.


DUCATI LEFT HAND PILLION FOOTPEG

Original part number 46510081A and suitable for the following Ducati models:

All 748 / 916 / 996 / 998 Biposto - 1994 to 2004

All 749 / 999 Biposto - 2003 onwards

All Supersport ie 620 / 750 / 800 / 900 / 1000 - 1998 onwards

All Monster S2R / S4R - 2003 onwards



DUCATI LEFT HAND FOOTPEG

Original part number 46410051A and suitable for the following Ducati models:

All 748 / 916 / 996 / 998 - 1994 to 2004

All 749 / 999 - 2003 onwards

All Supersport ie 620 / 750 / 800 / 900 / 1000 - 1998 onwards

All Monster S2R / S4R - 2003 onwards
 

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MichMonsterS4 said:
get the older style aluminum only pegs, go to a welding shop and have them add some aluminum stock to it. take it home and use a grinder and dremel tool and shape to taste [thumbsup] It might take a little time, but what do you have to lose?
actually, you don't need to get the aluminum only pegs as the ones with the rubber on em are the same pegs, just with rubber on em. Take a dremel to the rubber and you'll find the aluminum only peg hiding underneath - be aware though that the rubber is really on there, not just slipped on
 

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Meltz said:
Anyone tried the Oberons touring pegs? Any idea how much longer than stock they are?
The Oberon touring pegs were one of my first mods way back when - highly recommended.
Below is a photo from Oberon comparing the peg length and a photo of the pegs on my own mount (I obviously bought the red).
High quality, good looking, and now I can stand on the pegs with confidence during wheelies!
 

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