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Pard Mar 15th, 2019 10:41 am

2019 Ducati Hypermotard 950 Rearsets and other Mods
 
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Post a link if you find any. The shift lever on the 2019 950 is different than the 939. New designs will be required.

You can view the various bling offerings available from Ducati for the 2019 Hyper on the configurator interface:

https://configurator.ducati.com/bike...rmotard-950-sp

One of the more amusing items is a lower seat for $300 that drops your seat height a full 2 centimeters

firstascent Mar 15th, 2019 11:34 am

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Originally Posted by Pard (Post 6968931)
Post a link if you find any. The shift lever on the 2019 950 is different than the 939. New designs will be required.

You can view the various bling offerings available from Ducati for the 2019 Hyper on the configurator interface:

https://configurator.ducati.com/bike...rmotard-950-sp

One of the more amusing items is a lower seat for $300 that drops your seat height a full 2 centimeters



Iíve been looking as well but nothing yet. Iíve talked to CNC Racing and they said they are working on it but no dates yet.

Pard Mar 15th, 2019 1:18 pm

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Originally Posted by firstascent (Post 6968943)
Iíve been looking as well but nothing yet. Iíve talked to CNC Racing and they said they are working on it but no dates yet.

Sent you a PM.

Pard Mar 15th, 2019 2:10 pm

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The Zeta handguards are installed on both sides. Now I am thinking I need the carbon fiber shields.

https://www.langston-motorsports.com...or-hand-guards

That would require a set of aftermarket LED indicators.

Not at all in love with the stock mirrors. Considering a set of mirrors with integrated signals such as the:

https://www.motovationusa.com/rizoma...ror-bs306.html

Those would look odd on a hyper with off road handguards.

These might work. https://www.kiwavmotors.com/en/parts...mirrors-detail
I had a set of LED Kiwav mirrors on a Panigale 959. Quality stuff. The really cheap ebay stuff is not at all similar to OEM quality.

gus duc Mar 15th, 2019 9:44 pm

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I went with the Ducati Performance Billet pegs. Much gripper than the OEM pegs & super east to install & they still fold. Got them on sale at the dealer for $90.

Pard Mar 16th, 2019 7:38 pm

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Originally Posted by gus duc (Post 6969101)
I went with the Ducati Performance Billet pegs. Much gripper than the OEM pegs & super east to install & they still fold. Got them on sale at the dealer for $90.

Those are indeed nice.

On sale here:

https://motowheels.com/i-23900774-du...sert-sled.html

Pard Mar 17th, 2019 9:02 am

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I found it hard to reach the rear brake toe piece to apply adequate braking force.

The stock lever has some limited height adjustment. I maximized brake pedal height using the set screw, and I turned out the brake master pushrod a full 7 turns to max the engagement of the rear brake to occur as soon as possible with pedal depression. (see pics )

I went the woodcraft eccentric folding toe peg route to modify the brake lever.

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ding-toe-piece

This mod was pretty easy to do. It allowed me to find the perfect position for the toe piece, and will fold rather than bend or break in case the bike goes down.

The woodcraft toe piece is mounted with a single bolt through the brake lever. It also has a positioning pin, so in addition to cutting off the stock toe piece and drilling out a primary mounting hole, I had to drill another small hole for the positioning pin.

Looks OK and solved my ergonomic issues. The toe piece is now both closer to and higher up in relation to the foot peg.

Foot pegs need to be changed to more road bike typical pegs. These pegs interfere with my movement around the bike and towards the foot controls.

Pard Mar 17th, 2019 11:44 am

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I removed the passenger pegs and peg mounting frames and replaced the front pegs with the passenger pegs.

Tricky on the right side because the clutch case prevents the pin from coming out.

Update: This mod works. Just got back from a ride and these pegs make moving around the saddle much more fluid. I can easily move my feet on the pegs and lean off sportbike style with the familiar point of the peg on the ball of the foot feeling.

gus duc Mar 17th, 2019 6:17 pm

Great idea to swap the pegs. On my 939 passenger pegs are the same as rider’s but both are better with the rubber removed but not as good as my grippy DP pegs with the knob on the end. I’m a bit jealous at how good it looks with rear passenger mounts removed...not an option for me as they are 1 piece. They do however make an excellent frame slider/Termi exhaust protector.

firstascent Mar 17th, 2019 8:56 pm

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Originally Posted by Pard (Post 6969431)
I removed the passenger pegs and peg mounting frames and replaced the front pegs with the passenger pegs.

Tricky on the right side because the clutch case prevents the pin from coming out.

Update: This mod works. Just got back from a ride and these pegs make moving around the saddle much more fluid. I can easily move my feet on the pegs and lean off sportbike style with the familiar point of the peg on the ball of the foot feeling.

way to be creative!!


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