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Old 12-28-12, 13:59   #1
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Default WTB fairing stay,clip ons and rear sets

Looking to get a racing fairing stay, aftermarket clip ons and possibly some attack or woodcraft rear sets. I'm trying to turn my bike into a track/race bike. I'll be willing to trade in plus cash for the stock rear sets and a set of hellibars


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Old 12-28-12, 14:03   #2
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I can sell you a set of my OEM clip ons for cheap. There is some rash but they are straight.

Good to have spares for the track...and clips-ons is definitely one of them.
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Pm me a price


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Still looking for these parts, if anybody has something let me know


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I've also got a complete right rear set also...has some rash, brake pedal slightly bent but still in good working order...good to have as a spare also should you go down and can ride the same day. I hate having a complete track day ruined because a part broke and was not available.
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That's why I'm trying to get a full set and leave the stock ones as spares


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I've got a set of SV Racing Products rearsets that were only on the bike for about 6 months that I'm looking to sell. Let me know if you are interested.

They have never been crashed, but the bike did fall over on the right side so there's a scratch on the right footpeg.
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You know I was actually looking into the sv's rear sets. They look economical but I wonder haven't heard much about them. I wonder how they hold on the track and the adjustability. What color are they? Do you have the gp shifter and how much do you want for them?


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let me figure out if i am buying a new/used 675R, then i might have some attack rearsets i can swap you for $ and stockers.
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