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After seeing this

http://riderforums.com/showpost.php?p=577599&postcount=2271

It really got me thinking about doing it. I have the brackets made and the shifter is at the tool shop now getting cut down and the shifter arm made. I will post pics of everything when I get it all done and on the bike.

So far the two brackets cost $40. I plan on getting a stainless brake line, with 6 inches extra, as I moved the pegs forward 6 inches.
 

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Did the same extensions (see pictures), they extend the foot pegs 4.5" enough for me and it only cost me $54.00 and some elbow grease to do some cutting and drilling holes. I decided to extend the shift lever for a cleaner and more stock look.

$6.00 36" steel bar at Home Depot
$3.00 3/8" drill bit
$20.00 machine shop to extend shift lever 4"
$25.00 power coat all parts

I want to thank DaytonaMojo for his assistance.

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Awesome. I thought about doing that with the shift lever also, but was curious how much "travel" would be required for shifting. Looks good though, nice work.
 

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The shifting travel stay much the same no difference at all and you keep the ability to adjust the lever/toe position as needed.
 
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