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Giamoto Rearsets Red/Titanium - Beautiful

So I ordered Giamoto rearsets and I finally received them today. I haven't installed them yet - that will happen this weekend, but I figured I would share some pics of them new in the box.










I'll update the thread when I have them installed on the bike this weekend
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Those look damn nice!

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That was my thought when unboxing them - almost too nice to mount to a bike and put your feet all over! They look like something I should mount and display on my wall!!
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I have a set on my D'12R and they are as functional as they are beautiful.

Aside from my difficulty in trying to figure out how to disconnect the shift rod from the OEM rear sets for the first time (which wasn't a Giamoto issue) they went on without difficulty.

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One of the best purchases i made for my bike, they have spares available aswell if you crash.

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So I finally got them installed along with a new red Triumph lever on the shifter side.

These things are a double awesome - first they look great, second it's like having a short throw shifter on a car. I probably wear SIDI race boots 99% of the time while riding and it's literally a quick flip of foot and it shifts quickly and nicely in to the next gear. I'm in love!



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A lot of Aprilia and Ducati owners use these rear sets. Everyone loves them. Hard to beat for the price and build quality.

I plan on buying a set for the Aprilia in a few months. Would have bought a set using their Christmas pricing special, but I was offered an un-passable deal on new RF forged wheels with tires.


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I have a set on my D'12R and they are as functional as they are beautiful.

Aside from my difficulty in trying to figure out how to disconnect the shift rod from the OEM rear sets for the first time (which wasn't a Giamoto issue) they went on without difficulty.

Enjoy.

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Right! I have worked on so many cars, trucks, bikes, dirt bikes, and motorcycles in my life with no problems except for the ****UING TIRUMPH shifter clip!
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Right! I have worked on so many cars, trucks, bikes, dirt bikes, and motorcycles in my life with no problems except for the ****UING TIRUMPH shifter clip!


Out of curiosity, does anyone know the shift rod specs? I ordered a replacement through bikebandit.com, but I'd prefer to order a red anodized one through a site like probolt-usa.com (yesterday their filtering wasn't working)
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