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Anyone know if the 1199 & 899 pegs are the same fitting. I bought a set of Oberon to exchange the stock pegs, think they were advertised for the 1199. Went to fit them this morning and they don't fit!!! The block is too wide... Gutted:confused: not sure if they sent the wrong ones.
 

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Wait are you talking about just the pegs or the whole rearset?
Just the pegs. Sussed out the problem, they sent me the rear pegs rather than the front! Checked the code numbers and they defiantly the rear so will av send them back for an exchange!
 

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Just the pegs. Sussed out the problem, they sent me the rear pegs rather than the front! Checked the code numbers and they defiantly the rear so will av send them back for an exchange!
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Did you sort it out? I had exactly the same problem. They said I ordered rear by mistake. Not sure the Oberon site makes it clear enough. Fitted correct one now. Really nice stuff :cool:
 

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Did you sort it out? I had exactly the same problem. They said I ordered rear by mistake. Not sure the Oberon site makes it clear enough. Fitted correct one now. Really nice stuff :cool:
Yep, they sent the replacements before I even sent the wrong ones back, took less than 10mins to fit, look good and much more grippy than the originals:D
 

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I have ordered my 899 but not yet received. I do the Whistler - Vancouver run twice weekly. Needless to say, it gets quite wet. I have read that the stock pegs are very slippery, and would like to hear what aftermarkets pegs (if there is more than 1) are the best. Also, any advice on tires would be greatly appreciated as the Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsas look scary for a wet road. But I would rather keep the stock tires on than encounter other problems.
 

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Many of the 1199 & 899 parts out there are interchangeable. During December & 1/2 of January I spent a lot of time converting my bike into a track bike for WERA competition racing (with the help of my Speed Shop ttrno.com).

Here are my add ons:
1), Termi Slip-On's w/ ECU flash
2). RearSets are Light Tech - LighTech Official Store | DUCATI PANIGALE 1199 2012+ Adjustable Rearsets | Worldwide Shipping LighTechUK.com. Although it will work for both the 1199 & 899 I had to make minor adjustments to get it to work with GP shifter on my 899
3). Ducati Racing Fuel Tank Filler Plug - Made for the 1199 & fit perfectly on my 899
4). Ducati Racing Tail Guard Kit - Made for the 1199 but fit perfectly on my 899
5). Ducati Racing Belly Pan - Made for the 1199 but did not fit perfectly. The ttrno speed shop made modifications to the belly pan so it would fit without taking out the radiator fan.

Mods before next race:
1). Change out front sprocket to a 14

Upcoming Mods:
1). Complete the race fairing upgrades by replacing R+L side & headlight fairings
 

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I have ordered my 899 but not yet received. I do the Whistler - Vancouver run twice weekly. Needless to say, it gets quite wet. I have read that the stock pegs are very slippery, and would like to hear what aftermarkets pegs (if there is more than 1) are the best. Also, any advice on tires would be greatly appreciated as the Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsas look scary for a wet road. But I would rather keep the stock tires on than encounter other problems.
Diablo Rosso Corsas are good in the wet and phenomenal in the dry.
I have run plenty of tyres before and on my past 3 bikes, I always put on diablo rosso corsas.

As for peg replacements, I bought $40 off ebay from China. They are the same as the branded one's fit perfectly and provide maximum grip under your feet.

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The Oberons I fitted are fantastic, had the first proper ride of about 60 miles since fitting them yesterday and yet again got caught in the rain! They offered far more grip than the stock pegs.

Most aftermarket parts offered for the 1199 are interchangeable with the 899 apart from the obvious areas around the swingarm, but worth checking with the supplier first.
 

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My DP footpegs arrived today collecting Saturday i will pop a pic up when fitted,bit of a rip off as the Ducati website shows 4 footpegs(rider and pillion) but you only get 2 ?
 

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I haven't had the chance to ride my 899 since I got it cause its raining/snowing everyday. My question is for those who think the stock pegs are bad. Do you guys mean bad in normal dry weather or just bad during wet seasons?

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Just bad in general. They don't provide enough grip, plus putting on rearsets or gripper pegs take the whole "my foot might slip off mid corner" feeling away so you can focus on whats ahead.
 
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Please post pictures of the Oberon pegs when you got it installed. Thanks!
Check the photos in my gallery under "Photo Gallery", mine is on page 2, got a few photos of the Oberon pegs fitted. I went for the black but they do a few colours. Top quality.
 

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I'm looking at getting the oberon pegs as a cheaper first up option before committing to the LighTech or Rizoma Rearsets, my question is looking at Oberon's website which colour option matches the stock rear sets ? is it SILVER or TITANIUM ?????

I've included a pic from their website for your views on this, obviously I'm after the foot peg colour at the front of the pic………

 
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