Best footpegs ?


13 replies to this topic
  • DarkCRF

Posted May 06, 2012 - 12:32 PM

#1

Try to plan to buy new Pegs for my 2010

Don't interested about expensive titanium stuff

Give me your feedback

  • Axel350

Posted May 06, 2012 - 01:03 PM

#2

I gots Lightspeed footpegs, not the overpriced titanium ones, but stainless steel,
there really really wide in comparison over stock, there 57mm

these platforms provide a great feel on corners, jumps or whathever
I totally recommend it to you

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Edited by Axel350, May 06, 2012 - 01:06 PM.


  • reefsafe

Posted May 06, 2012 - 02:11 PM

#3

Check these out...

http://www.thumperta...-footpegs-pics/

http://www.rockymoun...-Race-Foot-Pegs-

  • 2SiX

Posted May 06, 2012 - 04:10 PM

#4

Check these out...

http://www.thumperta...-footpegs-pics/

http://www.rockymoun...-Race-Foot-Pegs-


Those look cool but I wouldn't use aluminum pegs. I had a couple different sets on different 50's and where the peg stops against the peg mount will wear and the peg will begin to sag. I'm not sure what the '10 came with for pegs but my '12 has the widest pegs I've ever seen on a stock bike.

The new Pro Tapers look dope but they come with that fancy price tag as well.

  • DarkCRF

Posted May 06, 2012 - 05:22 PM

#5

Yeah the PT look nice, but I didn't want to spend more than 100$

  • 2SiX

Posted May 06, 2012 - 05:43 PM

#6

If the '12s are wider than the '10s you could probably find some on eBay. If not I liked the IMS stainless. I believe they were just under $100 and did the job.

  • DaveCR

Posted May 06, 2012 - 06:04 PM

#7

I've had good luck with the IMS Pro Series pegs. Wide, good bite, durable and not too spendy. If you like the 2012 pegs they are pretty reasonable price wise.

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  • Thumper35

Posted May 06, 2012 - 06:25 PM

#8

I gots Lightspeed footpegs, not the overpriced titanium ones, but stainless steel,
there really really wide in comparison over stock, there 57mm

these platforms provide a great feel on corners, jumps or whathever
I totally recommend it to you

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I also use these and love them

  • nesc103y

Posted May 07, 2012 - 10:31 AM

#9

Check these out...

http://www.thumperta...-footpegs-pics/

http://www.rockymoun...-Race-Foot-Pegs-


These are real nice pegs but they do seem to load up with dirt during a moto.
We've had a pair on a 450 for about 6 months now and they are starting to sag a bit.
I would recommend them to a weekend rider or someone not too hard on their bike, but my son could destroy a tank so they don't work for us.

  • j368

Posted May 07, 2012 - 06:16 PM

#10

I also use these and love them


Got them on my bike too.

  • naturaledge

Posted May 08, 2012 - 12:51 PM

#11

I've got the Tusk on and they feel great and look good. After reading a few of these posts I will definitely keep an eye on this sagging issue. Hard to beat the price.

  • filterx

Posted May 09, 2012 - 08:44 AM

#12

I bought a pair of these from CRF Stuff for my 05 250R so not sure if there much bigger than the stock ones on your 2010.......

http://www.crfstuff.com/drc50wifo.html

They shipped them to canada for an extra 18 buck's

filterx

  • Charlie C

Posted May 09, 2012 - 09:26 AM

#13

I did some trading with a guy a couple of years ago and a set of pivot pegz where part of the deal. They were pretty much new and I really liked that they were much wider than the stock pegs. My kid ran them for a couple of laps and completely hated them. I forgot to bring the stock pegs with me so I told him that he could sit and watch or he could rough it out with what he has. He now won't ride without them. He loves that fact that when he leans back through the whoops that the pegs pivot backwards and he has a solid feel on the bike. Same for corners, the pegs lean forward. They don't move a mile, but they move enough for comfort. They are expensive. Here's a little information on them if they sound interesting to you,

http://www.pivotpegz.net/

  • CRF rider

Posted May 09, 2012 - 02:07 PM

#14

I did some trading with a guy a couple of years ago and a set of pivot pegz where part of the deal. They were pretty much new and I really liked that they were much wider than the stock pegs. My kid ran them for a couple of laps and completely hated them. I forgot to bring the stock pegs with me so I told him that he could sit and watch or he could rough it out with what he has. He now won't ride without them. He loves that fact that when he leans back through the whoops that the pegs pivot backwards and he has a solid feel on the bike. Same for corners, the pegs lean forward. They don't move a mile, but they move enough for comfort. They are expensive. Here's a little information on them if they sound interesting to you,

http://www.pivotpegz.net/


+1 on the pivot pegs! I picked up a pair, felt a little weird for the first five minutes but now I love em. So much more control and you feel planted over rough chop and whoops.
I did have to readjust my shifter one tooth down to compensate for the peg moving forward when i went to upshift.





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