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Continental foot controls me d.

Nessmuk

Well travelled
Location
Virginia
I'm trying to do it. More involved than I thought.
Shifter hits the sprocket cover. Some cutting required. Looks involved.
Brake kit requires small parts not available separately. The master cylinder appears to be different as well. Hose is shorter.
So, I am trying to find a sprocket cover, not so hard, and the small brake parts like the pivot for the brake lever, hard.
 

Nessmuk

Well travelled
Location
Virginia
I have had no luck in finding a dealer who can supply just the parts I need.
I have all the large parts, but need all the small ones.
 

beagle

Getting there...
Location
Australia
I'm trying to do it. More involved than I thought.
Shifter hits the sprocket cover. Some cutting required. Looks involved.
Brake kit requires small parts not available separately. The master cylinder appears to be different as well. Hose is shorter.
So, I am trying to find a sprocket cover, not so hard, and the small brake parts like the pivot for the brake lever, hard.
Cant you source the correct gear shifter lever. It fits onto the shaft witrhout any linkages and faces backwards.
 

ceptorrider

Well travelled
Location
usa
theCont.gt rearsets were on my bike when i got it. also got all the stock stuff with it.I think it uses the stock Interceptor rear master & reservoir just relocated but I'm not sure . It all looks factory & operates well. rear facing shifter is close to the left side sprocket cover but does not contact it. I'm 6 ft tall & the bike fits me perfectly for some long day rides or a short commute . such a cool little fun bike !
 

severely

Well travelled
I installed the Continental foot peg kit on mine. Kit wasn't completely bolt on. I transferred needed parts from stock to kit. Only real issues I encountered was the rear brake reservoir mount relocated to the upper mount already there {hole plugged with black plastic plug] and the rear brake return spring needed replacement as they are different lengths. I very much enjoy the new foot peg position, just wish they were a touch lower. My lower legs no longer bang the foot pegs when stopped.
 
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