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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-04-2014, 10:02 PM Thread Starter
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OK, Kingpin owners...... Does anyone need their floorboards moved moved BACK about 1 1/2-2"...WITHOUT using the spacers that move the boards away from the bike ???

I have a 2011 Kingpin. It has the newest floorboard mounts that are angled backwards. To save cost, Victory started using the "Low" model bikes floorboard and peg mounts on all the late model bikes. I would like to swap just the mounts (keep your boards, controls and brake lines hooked up) to someone with a 6 speed transmission Kingpin prior to 2011. Very important that it is a 6 speed bike.... 5 speed mounts won't work.

I need to stretch out a little more and I know there are some out there that want their boards moved back for shorter legs. Swapping mounts gets it done for the price of postage for each party, and the boards aren't an inch further out from the bike reducing cornering clearance. Here's what mine look like. Notice the back of the brake lever is at the back of the round cover on the motor. The third picture is an older Kingpin 6 speed. Notice where the back of the brake lever is.
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Swapped floorboard mounts with another member. He has an 08 Pin and mine is 2011. Was able to unbolt brake assembly and leave hanging, with master cylinder. Just swapped the mounts. Shifter side a little more complicated. Swapped linkage and had to swap mounts with shifter attached. In 2011, Vic changed the whole shifter assembly and how it bolts to the mount. Chopped off the back half of the shifter and polished it up to mirror finish.

The other member has 2" back and 1" up. I have 2" forward and 1" down. Perfect fit for both! Cost: about $18.00 each for shipping.... Gotta love the barter system !!!

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Stage I Pipes with Thunder Monsters & NO Catcons
Ness Laydown Plate Holder with Custom Dynamics LED Plate Frame
Custom Ness Engine Covers
V92C Floorboards with NON-LOW Mounts
Ness Ram-Air
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Lloydz Timing Wheel
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I'm interested in this swap also, but I want to go the other way. I have an 06 KP and want to move my boards back closer to me. So anyone with a 2011 or newer KP who wants to move their boards forward please contact me for an even swap. Or if you have a set of 2011 or newer brackets you want to sell.
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From looking at the part numbers, it appears I could also swap my 2006 with 2009 Low, 2010 Low, 2011 all or 2012 all. But to swap with 2011 2012 ( which dont seem to have heel toe shifters) the entire shift lever assembly including the shift rod would have to be swapped also. That would be fine with me as I don't use the heel shifter.

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