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I bought some switchblade driver pegs and have so far just casually looked at how the stock ones are attached. I was wondering if anyone else has changed out the stock pegs and how they did it.

Also based on what others have said here I ordered the anti sway bar that should be here next week. Should be ready to rock N roll once the weather improves around here.
 

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I don't know much about attaching footpegs, but Kewlmetal does sell adapters that I've heard folks talk about...



 

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I ordered these because they have a swing out heel stirup (sp?) and thought it would help hold my right artificial foot from moving around. Then I looked at the ISCI site and found that they are held on at the bottom by an E-clip arrangement so thats all good.

Was wondering though since you have the floor boards how you like them. Looks to me like they are lower than the pegs and might be more comfortable for longer rides. Cost seems a little high but after getting their hand brake conversion I imagine that the quality is top notch.
 

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The ISCIs have 4 mounting height possibilities and I've got ine at the lowest setting. They do allow me to stretch my legs out a lot more than I could when I only had the footpegs...



 

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ISCI's RT floorobards sell for about $525. Their RS 'Boards were the $820 that you mentioned, but I think that you've also got to buy a different brake pedal from them. I'm not sure if they include it in the floorboard package. You probably should give Billy atISCI a call...



 
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