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I'll let the pics do the 'splaining.







I'm not able to move the pegs as high as I want them to because the rear master cylinder hits the subframe.

I've tossed some ideas around:

-get an '03 subframe. And Seat. And engine covers. etc, etc, etc.
-find some master cylinder that articulates a similar action to most yamaha r1's and r6's.
-leave it the way it is.
-buy new rearsets.

Any other suggestions?
 

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Fabricate a bracket to relocate the master cylinder? Maybe angled back a little bit?

..........Or you could buy the pressure switch.
 

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I think........I may have it solved. Thanks for getting the gears turning, Verbal. I'm thinking about having some spacers made to bring the peg/heelguard bracket combo doohicky OUT away from the bike. This just might work, I just hope the brake reservoir hose is long enough.
 

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vandriver over at the tlzone is selling the stock he has of his rear reservoirs, get in quick, he might still have a black one... they're dead sexy and a superb match to the Vortex rearsets. Trust me, you will not be disappointed with it.
 

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I've a nearly full set on my 1k (clutch mcyl res, rear brake res, sprocket cover, rear mcyl return spring and seat), honestly the quality is better than some of the commercial stuff I've brought. Only reason I don't have the front brake res is because I like the plastic one with a sweat band more... call me odd :D

Do it, they're dead sexy and worth the small change he wants for them. He's getting out of them, so once they're gone, they're gone!
 
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