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View Poll Results: What rearset do you use
Attack 21 48.84%
Woodcraft 7 16.28%
Sato 1 2.33%
Driven 0 0%
Evolution 1 2.33%
Other 13 30.23%
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post #1 of 35 Old 05-12-14, 09:36 Thread Starter
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Which rearsets?

just wondering what everyone is useing?
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post #2 of 35 Old 05-12-14, 10:37
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How about rizoma? I have 2 rearsets attacks and rizoma, but I would go with the attacks any day, the gillies rearsets are also nice.
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Im running the Attacks Gp shit and they work well. I have to play with the shift arm a lot with the quick shifter (stock) but it works great.
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Attacks in gp shift.

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post #5 of 35 Old 05-12-14, 22:52
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Sato Knockoffs. I love them.

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Attacks. I love the ability to go standard or gp shift for track and street.
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Attacks, no question
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Stock for now. Planning to get the Attack and use GP shift. After going GP shift on my old Daytona regular shifting doesn't feel correct anymore.
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I have Attacks set to GP shift, for use on the street. Now that I'm back down to one bike it's not as confusing anymore.

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