KTM 690 & Husqvarna 701 Vanasche Motorsports Brake Pedal Pads [Colour: Blue] [Pad Type: P3]
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Precision machined from Billet 6061 aluminium these pedal pads are very robust and with the anodized finish, they look great too. The largest benefit coming from the pressed dowel pins which offer amazing grip as well as a true sense of feedback through pedal feel. With 4 different styles of pads to choose from.
P1- Similar in size and height to the stock lever. These fit the Vanasche Billet Brake Pedal but also share the same mounting points as the stock lever for a quick and easy upgrade from the stock pedal pad. - Blue & Black
P2- Underside mounted Pedal Pad. This is a slightly oversized platform from stock and mounts on the bottom side of the lever. It provides about ~3/8" drop overall from stock. This is designed to work with Vanasche Billet Brake Pedal but with a small amount of filing, it will work with the stock lever. -Blue, Black & Orange. Can also fit the stock KTM 1090 1190 and 1290
P3- Stepped pedal pad which offers two different braking heights for sitting and standing. Designed to work with Vanasche Billet Brake Pedal as well as the stock lever. The upper platform level is about the same height as stock, the lower platform is dropped by about 1/2". - Blue, Black & Orange
P4- Oversized pad. Simply a larger surface area over the stock pedal pad. This pad has two mounting positions so that you can position it further forward or rearward. This fits with both the stock and Vanasche lever -Blue, Black & Orange. Can also fit the stock KTM 1090 1190 and 1290
Adventure Motorcycle Equipment is the exclusive dealer of Vanasche Motorsports in Australia and New Zealand.
Andrew has been manufacturing these parts for 3 years since he got back from his ride traveling from Oregon to Argentina on his DRZ400, all products are US made by Andrew who has a degree in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in the design of industrial automated machinery.
He loves anything on 2 wheels especially the KTM 690 and Husky 701.