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Got em mounted and set up they look great. Also the bazzaz works like a dream.
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2009 Daytona 675
Akra headers/comp werks exhaust, 1050 throttle tube, ohlins ttx rear shock, bazzaz zfi fuel controller/QS, MWR air filter, attack rear sets, galfer rotors front and rear, brembo MC,
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just have to say the difference between these and stockers is night and day - no more accidental neutrals! although - that makes neutral so much harder to find in the pits

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You and this site are putting me on the track; a long awaited dream come true.

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just have to say the difference between these and stockers is night and day - no more accidental neutrals! although - that makes neutral so much harder to find in the pits
How about grip?
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grip is something you won't have to worry about with these pegs - i'm more worried about chewing through the soles of my boots since they're extra grippy.

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