You've noticed, I'm sure, the Kaw engine guard is not symmetrical. It sticks out farther on the right side than the left. In addition, the vertical supports in front are not evenly spaced. This presents some problems in attaching foot pegs if you want symmetry. To get my pegs in the same position on both sides of the bike, I installed Kuryakyn Right Angle Dually ISO-Pegs. They're attached in front of the radiator, and the pegs align with the rider foot pegs on the bike. I don't get a lot of stretch for my long legs, but it does give me a change of position, and I have them adjusted so I can hit the footbrake with my heel with just a slight backward shift of my boot. Just as fast or faster than from the standard rider pegs. I'm quite happy with the set up.
Mississippi Swamp Rat
2006 VN750, "Little Big Bike", adopted Aug 07
POW ride bell F&S backrest Westco AGM PF3 bobbed 2" F&S engine guard Kuryakyn ISO-Pegs Mustang seat Vista Cruise Highway Hawk bag support W&M braided slant bags & tool pouch Biker's Friend F&S rear rack Rider Light Diamond Star headlight modulator BackOFF brake light flasher