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Removing MT07 Passenger Pegs

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phanomenal07
On 9/21/2014 at 10:32 PM, trebec said:

If you take a bolt from the passenger peg and flip the reservoir around 180 you don't have to fab or make anything and looks nice and clean. Kinda like this 
 
 
 
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Same question. Do anybody see if this present any issues? This seems to be the best solution.

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guylee

Someone posted a link in another thread to a bracket that puts the reservoir up by the rear shock and it looks SUPER clean.  

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r1limited
43 minutes ago, guylee said:

Someone posted a link in another thread to a bracket that puts the reservoir up by the rear shock and it looks SUPER clean.  

Easy 10 min swap

 

https://www.amazon.com/Vagabond-Motorsports-VM-Y702-Reservoir-Relocation/dp/B00PPQE1OA


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DewMan

Here's a link to the Vagabond Motorsports Rear Brake Reservoir Relocation Kit  

 

I think there are a couple other options available that I can't think of at the moment. 

 

here's a post walking through the installation of the vagabond  kit:

 

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Just shut up and ride.

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guylee

There it is. Thanks gents.

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phanomenal07
On 7/16/2014 at 8:56 PM, ireek said:

For those folks that do not take passengers on their bike's, I found a quick and easy way to remove the passenger pegs, I used one of the reflector brackets off of the front brake caliper and made a nice little bracket for the rear brake reservoir, looks pretty jazzy if I must say so myself.  Pics in the morning, it's a little dark now.

Have anyone experienced any issues don’t ng this at all? I think I’m going to try this. Seems to be an easy solution 

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r1limited

Posted the vagabond Posted Friday at 06:19 PM

 

Go to any DiY hardware store, you can find little black or chrome plugs to snap into them holes :)


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phanomenal07

Used the reflector bracket

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bhales

Just completed today and am curious if you’ve had any problems?  

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wrxer

Had one of these brackets--cant remember the name..I'm sure if you search my old posts you will find it.  Then I removed it & installed some Sato race hooks which include a relocate bracket.

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bhales

Thanks for reply!  I’m ok with the looks as is-just concerned about the pressure on the hose/line having it curved like I do?

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geophb

I just modified the bracket from the front wheel reflector I took off, then shortened the hose and mounted the reservoir up under air box.  It was free and I didn't like the purchased bracket (pictured above), looks like its just dangling in the wind.  

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