The Impact Moto Peg also has a different angle than stock; they look like they’re not fully in the “down” position even when they are. This was perfect for my riding style and slightly forced my knees into the bike, allowing me to grip the bike better in the corners as well as while standing. Fasst Company also integrated an elastomer into its footpeg to eliminate vibration and reduce harsh bump impact. Well, it worked. I didn’t think I noticed much when I first rode it, but when I did a back-to-back test with the stock pegs, I could feel that it did work and added a bit more comfort to my ride.