BMW R1150RT Driver lowering kit 40 mm drop

BMW R1150RT Driver lowering kit 40 mm drop
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  • Item #: VER 4901-907632
  • Manufacturer: MV Verholen
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Price $249.99

Are the Driver Footpegs on your BMW R1150RT Too High?  Too Low?  Too Far Forward?  Too Far Back?

Now with Verholens Driver Footpeg Adjusting Kit, you can find the position that is Just Right for you!

This Driver Peg Adjusting Kit for the BMW R1150RT offers so many positions, the possibilities are almost endless!  The adapter can be mounted upwards OR downwards to either Raise OR Lower the pegs!  The universal adapter can be rotated and extends 40mm (1.57 inches) from the stock position. The footrests can be mounted further forward and under for comfortable riding or further back for a racing style positioning.  It  mounts using an M-10 screw, making it absolutely stable and secure.

 

As with all MV adjustable kits, the footrest adapter makes for a quick change. With a little hand work and an allen key, the adapter can be adjusted from low to high or high to low so you can find your optimal position.

ATTN: This kit does not include a new shifter, the factory shifter on the R1150RT rides through a channel in the side of the bike. When you install a peg lowering kit the shifter lever will not be able to be lowered enough to match the lowered position. You will need to modify the channel or purchase and aftermarket shift lever that has been modified. Please contact us by phone prior to ordering if you have any questions.

Remember!
Lowering footpegs means less room to lean the bike. That means, you can scrape your pegs. Since this kit is adjustable, you can find your own optimal position.

Manufactured in Germany by MV Verholen.  Stock Image used.  Actual product may vary slightly.

**Installation of Handlebar adapter "risers" or Footpeg lowering kits can be considered an "Advanced" installation by some. Since we are unaware of each individuals mechanical ability, we recommend these parts be installed by a certified motorcycle technician that is proficient on your model of motorcycle and understands the demands and requirements to install "aftermarket" parts.