Main Motorcycle: 2019 Street Triple R
Join Date: Jul 2019
I haven’t measured the KD pegs, they feel like they’re noticeably lower and I doubt KD would exaggerate how much lower they are.
Important note: Today I was at the Triumph dealer who installed the KD pegs, and asked about setting the brake pedal lower. The tech said it was as low as he could put it, and it is still quite high relative to the KD peg. That’s disappointing, and may be a deal-breaker for some people.
I naturally ride with my toes sharply pointed towards the ground, so the brake pedal height constraint may not be so much of an issue for people who keep their feet more parallel to the ground. I have to consciously lift up my right foot on the peg and then pivot to the left over the brake pedal...not great.
There may be an aftermarket brake pedal lever that is dog-leg shaped and thus puts the tip of the pedal lower relative to the lever’s pivot, I dunno. At some point you would have to worry about the pedal hitting the exhaust.
2019 Triumph Street Triple R, 2006 Honda CBR600F4i, 1991 Honda Hawk GT
Last edited by Subito; 08-20-2019 at 06:13 PM.