I am going to concur with Stromette here. Learn to ride differently. I came to the V-strom after riding cruisers for many years. Even riding my cruisers w/ floorboards I rarely had clearance issues, and have never scraped a peg on my Strom. My observation is that people riding sport bikes like to lean a lot, but rarely are they going fast enough to need to lean that much. The result is that they wait longer to initiate their turn so that they can lean more. If you pick a different line through the turn you can probably go just as fast and lean half as much. I see this routinely as I am riding up the canyons here. Some guy on a sport bike leaning back and forth through the turns (looks fast) , going 10-15 mph slower than I could ride my V-star (without scraping a floorboard).
In 14 years of riding I have found few instance when you need to lean enough to scrape a peg, and that includes riding way above the speed limit on the curviest road you can find. So if you scrape the pegs that often, I would suggest you are trying way too hard to do so. This isn't a critique. If you like to ride that way go for it. Do what you think is fun. But if you are scraping the pegs, it isn't a problem with the bike.