What does the roll out of the 2015 Indian scout and the launch of " The Affordable Health Care Act" have in common. Answer both made a lot of americans sick to there stomach. One thing they truly have in common is you have to put your money down long before you get a chance to see whats in them. Thank you Nancy Pelosi and Polaris Industries for making things clear for us.
The angle is very adjustable - 360 degrees front/rear adjustment plus a set screw in from the side of the splined adapters to raise or lower the angle from the outboard position. The scout peg mounts have a hole in the center that the set screw will slip into if you try to flatten them out too much though.
Those look great. I wish you had started your own thread concerning these, I wouldn't have seen this unless i was trolling through this thread. You still might want to so others can share on this awesome upgrade.
Anyhow, did this change how your foot touches the shifter and does it angle different than the regular foot peg?
I might just do a separate thread just for this tomorrow when I have more time - right now it's time for beers and lounging.
I found the pegs very uncomfortable - could be that I'm spoiled from a decade or two of riding with floorboards. The great thing about these floorboards is that they have multiple mount points so you can move them forward or back as needed. I used the center mount point, and angled the front of the boards up slightly with a slight uplift from the side. You can position them in seemingly a thousand different ways to get the right feel with the shifter/brake pedal, which will be different for each rider..