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So does that raise up the surface of contact or just enlarge it?

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enlarge and raise up about 3 mm, the plate is mounted above the original pedal
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enlarge and raise up about 3 mm, the plate is mounted above the original pedal
Are you on a R or GS?
Just wondering if the foot brake pedals are the same?

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Same part,

When I look at the clevis attached to the pedal it seems to be ajustable, don't know by how much.
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Are you on a R or GS?
Just wondering if the foot brake pedals are the same?
Ihave the R model but this is for every Bmw I think, I only changed the screws too shorts
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post #17 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-10-2018, 07:39 PM
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Being an old KLR owner for a few years, i made a brake pedal riser...

Took an old hockey puck, cut it to the size of the foot pad, drilled a few holes, and zip tied it on.

Looks like ****. Works perfectly! Current and former KLR owners will understand...

Since this is a BMW, this is only a temporary fix for me until the aftermarket catches up to the poor brake pedal design, with NO adjustments...
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I mounted a pedal enlarger from Horning and some rubber to increase height, but I'm searching for a more stable solution but it seems that still there no aftermark solution to solve the problem.
At least in wunderlich or hornig sites
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Has anyone tried to remove the stock rubber pads from the footrests on an R?
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Same part,

When I look at the clevis attached to the pedal it seems to be ajustable, don't know by how much.
I adjusted the brake so that it comes on sooner, worked a treat as far as stopping goes (there is loads of adjustment) but , of course, does not raise pedal out the way of rocks.
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