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Pivot Pegz Mark 3 Pivot Pegs for Triumph Tiger 800XC
Pivot Pegz are high performance foot pegs incorporating a unique and precisely tuned, spring loaded pivoting action that allows the foot peg to pivot forward and backward and move with the natural motion of the rider's feet. A computer designed spring holds the peg in its central (neutral) position and provides optimized resistance and shock absorpsion during the pivoting action. When forward or aft pressure is applied, the peg pivots in a smooth and predictable manner. When pressure is released the peg instantly returns to its central position. The spring loaded action of Pivot Pegz also provides valuable force feedback to the rider and assists in returning their feet to the central position.
Enhanced bike feel
Better bike control
Smoother body weight transfer
Reduced body jarring
Better balance and traction
Easier gear shifts and rear brake access
Extended boot life
10mm wider than Pivot Pegz MK2 version
Widest (60mm) and lightest pivoting pegs on the market
Upgraded heavy duty, long life springs
Unique multi-directional grip pattern
High grip tooth pattern
Outstanding build quality
Aerospace grade stainless steel, double heat treated and electro-polished
Takes a little getting used to.
I bought these pegs this summer as it was time to get rid of the thin stock pegs on my Triumph 800XC. I was sick of sore feet and wanted something wider. The install was fairly easy. The only difficulty came in hooking the return spring. It took a few curse-ridden attempts but then I was able to get it in the hole and on the pedal at the same time. Riding with them takes a little getting used to. Not that it is difficult, but I think that you almost have to shift your weight a little more front or back when climbing or descending to find the balance sweet spot that allows you to properly brace against them. I did find that my calves were sore after using them. Not a big deal and I am sure I'll get used to them. Where I don't think they make a big improvement is in the wideness "feeling". Since they pivot on an axle, I think you lose the wide platform feeling. Technically the only solid point under your foot is the axle. So they don't necessarily cure sore feet. I won't get rid of them, but I'm not sure they are for everyone.
December 10, 2014
Pegs were extremely easy to install, only hassle at all was on the right side I had to loosen the brake lever or something (I forget what), it was no big deal. The pivoting feature is so natural that on my first ride out I forgot about them until about 30 minutes into the ride, then I realized how nice they really are. Wide platform is great. Much better than the stock pegs. BTW I installed these on my 2014 Tiger 800 XC, the posted literature only shows them through the 2012 model year.
July 19, 2014
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Robert G asked:I have a 2014 Tiger 800 XC, this peg is listed for 2011-2012 models, with no mention of the 2013-2014 models in Pivot's fitment tables. Has anything changed on the Tiger, will this set of pegs fit my bike? Please advise.Jun 22, 2014
A shopper asked:Hello, my question is about the Pivot Pegz Mark 3 Pivot Pegs Triumph Tiger 800XC 2011-2012. I've got a shop working on a custom build for me, the donor bike is a 1972 Triumph Tiger 650. Vintage Steele has a lot of skills and capability and I'm pretty sure they can make these fit somehow. The question is: Is this the best version of the pegs to use, or may some lend themselves more readily to a custom fit? Thanks, JimDec 18, 2014