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posted August 10, 2006 04:56 AM        
No, I'm talking about entire class...Big iron stuff. Stuff that don't come in a cardboard box.
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posted August 10, 2006 05:14 AM        
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No, I'm talking about entire class...Big iron stuff. Stuff that don't come in a cardboard box.
Ok, you got me there, but Corbin's stuff ships in a cardboard box, so I'd expect them to eventually figure out how to have a little stock on-hand so it doesn't take government-contract times to be in a customer's hands.
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posted August 10, 2006 05:34 AM        
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These are not rocket science to manufacture. Just a precisely made piece of sheet aluminum and a couple of bolts.
Something that can easily be kept in stock. They charged my card in full. I'll see how long until they arrive.
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posted August 10, 2006 05:36 AM        
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What about the positions of the clutch and brake levers? How's this feel when the pegs change position?


I'll soon find out. The levers are easily adjusted. I don't for-see any problems.
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posted August 10, 2006 06:41 AM        
That shouldn't change anyway because your upper body isn't moving in relation to them, its in the same position because your ass is on the seat... On your lower legs are changing position...
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posted August 10, 2006 07:23 AM        
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What about the positions of the clutch and brake levers? How's this feel when the pegs change position?
The brake lever will move with the peg - it's attached to the same mount, so it will also be re-located. The shift lever, on the other hand, (or foot ) will have to be adjusted a little lower or it would be hard to reach. I've already adjusted mine down one tooth on the spline because of my riding position - I'm guessing that one more tooth will probably do the trick with the lowered peg.
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posted August 10, 2006 07:25 AM        
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That shouldn't change anyway because your upper body isn't moving in relation to them, its in the same position because your ass is on the seat... On your lower legs are changing position...
True, but my feet are attached to my lower legs, not to my upper body.
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posted August 14, 2006 11:10 PM        
Corbin finally responded to my "status request" email yesterday. They said that the lowering kits are "still in production" and will ship in about 2 weeks. We'll see...

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posted August 14, 2006 11:16 PM        
buy a Suzuki, peg adjustment is a standard feature....... true story
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