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SOLD Evol Technology Rearsets 2006-2012 SOLD

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These are high end racing rearsets made by Evol Technology. New they are $550. I am selling used with extra parts/hardware pictured and they are in excellent undamaged condition. These will fit model years 06-12.....BUT if you are using the factory quick shifter in the original location you may need an additional stand off bracket that is not included. Price is $325 or best reasonable offer. Price includes shipping to the connected 48, will ship elsewhere but cost is on you. PayPal as gift or you pay the fees. PM with questions and thanks for looking.


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Bump. Price lowered $325 obo.

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I always thought and correct me if wrong, that all year rearsets would fit universally. The difference is the requirement for the exhaust hanger, whether you need it or not for your particular application.

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Still available? If so, I will be moving some funds around after paying bills and give you a shout!

Standard or GP shift?

EDIT: Do you know if there's a difference between the R and non-R models?

...never mind. I checked ET's site and the SKU doesn't change with the selection so I assume it's the same. Only difference is the exhaust hanger but I don't think there is one with ET rearsets.

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Still available? If so, I will be moving some funds around after paying bills and give you a shout!

Standard or GP shift?

EDIT: Do you know if there's a difference between the R and non-R models?

...never mind. I checked ET's site and the SKU doesn't change with the selection so I assume it's the same. Only difference is the exhaust hanger but I don't think there is one with ET rearsets.
I still have them.

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Can you confirm that these are the ET-R and not the ET-X variant? Thanks.

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Can you confirm that these are the ET-R and not the ET-X variant? Thanks.
What's the difference between the two?

Never mind I did some research and found out. I would definitely need the ET-R models.

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What's the difference between the two?

Never mind I did some research and found out. I would definitely need the ET-R models.
Honestly don't know/can't tell the difference. Let's just go with they are not the required lap time reducing "Racing" version as I cannot find any markings on them to indicate X or R. Call TJ @RidersDiscount and order some Attack rearsets actually made for your model year.

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I'm contacting Evol Technology to see if there is a way to ID the difference from the two models. The ET-R version is made for shorter riders where the ET-X is made for riders taller than 5'8". I all goes well with the information they give me and hopefully the ability to ID model types, I may be PM'ing you for these!

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Bump! Amazing, I still have these excellent rear sets for a bike I don’t own. Track/Race season in full swing now. Get yourself some high end, lightweight race rear sets for primary or spare at garbage rear sets pricing. $325 shipped to 48. Can bring these to NJMP June 17 and 18.

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