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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-09-2009, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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I was going to order the

- Lowering Foot Pegs Blocks
- mirror extenders

Are these well thought of on here? Also should I get the standard Flatfoot, the oem stand sucks. or is there a better solution? Thanks!

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Howdy, I am in Halifax myself. And have installed the Speedy Flatfoot, it worked great on gravel and grass so far. I may be getting the Lowering Foot Kit as well next year. So far the Speedy stuff is great quality and fast shipping. If you do a search there are plenty of people that have bought the speedy stuff. Do you ride the Green Versys I saw in Halifax on Saturday?

Moon Dust Gray Versys, with lots of farkles.

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I have a Moondust Grey Versys, live in Amherst. Thanks for your thoughts.
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The Speedy products are well made and service is great. I have the flat foot and the GPS mount.

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I have both the items you're considering and they are excellent. The footpeg blocks made a huge difference to the comfort of the bike for me. The seat doesn't even bother me anymore. Go for it.
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I have both the items you're considering and they are excellent. The footpeg blocks made a huge difference to the comfort of the bike for me. The seat doesn't even bother me anymore. Go for it.
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I have both the mirror extenders and the footpeg lowering blocks, and they are top notch. If I had my time back, I would have also bought the flatfoot at the same time (I just can't justify paying the shipping rate to Canada for just the flatfoot...). As it is, I'm using a sink-no-bob that I kept from my previous bike (KLR650), but I believe the flatfoot would work much better.

If you want all three, save on shipping and get them all at the same time.

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Does anyone have the contact info/webpage for Speedy's motowerks?
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I got all three and am more than happy with the quality and functionality of all!

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2012 Versys, Vario ws, Barkbuster Storms, lowering blocks, flatfoot, Zumo GPS, Givi soft side bags, Axio tail bag, Wolfman Express tank bag
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To Speedy and Bea,

Happy Thankgiving and Nice gesture on your hand written card.

Got the 5 mirror extenders and
It's my pleasure promoting your excellent products here.

Take Care and Best Regards.
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Ditto. Speedy's quality and service is great. I put both these items on the bike before I rode it. They work well. People complain about loose mirrors all the time but I never have a problem. I don't know if that's because of the Speedy extenders or not.
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The flatfoot was one of the best farkles added to my bike IMO.
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I have speedys flatfoot and peg lowering blocks they are both great, that little extra leg room makes A world of difference now my knees don't get all cramped.
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