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Old 05-05-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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GSX-R foot peg adjustment

Hey guys I have a 2013 GSX-R 750 and was wandering about either footpeg adjustments or extended shifter and rear brake. I am 6 foot 4 and wear a 14 shoe so I need a bit more room that what is offered stock. Is this possible?
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Old 05-05-2015, 12:44 PM   #2
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clock the shifter till your foot fits better. Loosen the pinch bolt and adjust the rod
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Old 05-05-2015, 12:45 PM   #3
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^^^^ that and you can also adjust the rearsets as the position they are in was for my lnseam and my foot size
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You won't be able to move the shift lever very much at all. It might feel great once you do, but you'll find that it won't shift right if it shifts at all. Aftermarket adjustable rear sets would be a good avenue to look at.
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Hey guys I have a 2013 GSX-R 750 and was wandering about either footpeg adjustments or extended shifter and rear brake. I am 6 foot 4 and wear a 14 shoe so I need a bit more room that what is offered stock. Is this possible?
My eldest wears a 17 and my middle kiddo wears a 13, they've found it's easier to shift with the side of the boot than directly under it.. of course on dirtbikes, not street bikes.. but just wanted to give you my .02.

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clock the shifter till your foot fits better. Loosen the pinch bolt and adjust the rod
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