Need parts # help after lowside

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    Check the fische at Partzilla.com
     
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    I believe that shifter is part of Quickshifter option, because of linkage tab on bottom ( I have the same set up). Don’t know if you can buy separately. Maybe you can drill out the spot where the peg was and put in a bolt with a rubber boot as a temporary fix.

    Here is the stock shifter:
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    It took me awhile to find the thing as a guessing game, (OK where the effe is that?) It's under pedals...
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    Mello Dude, I am afraid that part number is for the stock pedal I show above. Here is a picture of the Quickshifter parts:
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    Since this is sold as a complete kit for the VFR only, I doubt you will find just the pedal which has part of the linkage as well. If I had the same problem as the OP, I would find a used stock shifter for as little as possible, and use that temporarily. Then I would find a friendly machine shop that could repair your damaged pedal. This is not a cheap kit, well worth doing the job right.
     
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    Years ago I had a set of lowering pegs made by a fellow named Larry at "Busy Little Shop" in the Sacramento area. They were very well made CNC milled aluminum. His email address is netter2@comcast.net. I was hoping he would make them for the 8th gen, but he couldn't get ahold of a bike to use design them. Great guy, heavy into racing, hope he can help you.
     
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    Got it....thx
     
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    Looks like you are very new member, normally members have replied how they fixed their problem when solutions were offered. How did you make out with your quest for a new shift pedal? Your answer could help others.
     
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    I've worked an average of 80 hours a week the last two weeks so no movement yet. I didn't realize this bike had the quickshifter to be honest, I know it's an aftermarket add on. Kind of annoyed that the peg sheared off now.

    Does anyone have parts numbers for the two damaged pieces of fairing?
     
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    You should get some frame sliders. If you low side like that again you will have zero damage.
     
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    Thanks for getting back to us, fixing your shift lever is the most economical solution. A good machine shop can mill both sides so that they are parallel. Then drill and tap a new hole where to old peg was. Get a stainless bolt and locknut to take the place of the old peg. Get a replacement rubber boot unless you able find the old one. Slide the boot onto the bolt and screw into lever with some threads sticking out on the back, use locknut to secure.
     
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    Agree with that, mbe some kind of stainless shoulder bolt or possibly a Allen screw bolt/washer/tube or standoff piece + rubber boot combination could work out.
     
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