Any pix of the 1098 with the seat on and the rear pegs? How quick and painless can the rear pegs be installed?
Non of the 1098's are mono, they are all 2 seaters that come with the rear seat and cowl AFAIK.ten98invt said:Might be a stupid question, but are the "S" models coming as "mono" only? My dealer never asked or mentioned that there would be any choice?
Maybe I should be asking the dealer huh??
Yep that's right all bikes are going to be biposto ( Wow... I know a cool word), the only question your dealer will prolly ask, is if you want to have the pegs installed or if they shouldn't install them... Somebody said it would only be taking the seat of and two screws each side. :stickpokeVisitor Q said:Non of the 1098's are mono, they are all 2 seaters that come with the rear seat and cowl AFAIK.
No problem, glad I could help.mwlhrh said:jason;
i have one picture in the gallery section that shows the rear seat on and pegs. They are completely easy to place and remove...as mentioned, just pull the back of the main seat back and unscrew the allen heads. You will then see the large allen bolts holding the pass. pegs to the subframe...just allen wrench needed. By the way...thank you for the excellent write-up of clutch cover/plate replacement. I did it last weekend and it looks killer.