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post #1 of 27 Old 07-03-15, 21:39 Thread Starter
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Rearset for Striple R 2015

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I just had track day with my Rx 2015. Bike was awesome, really really good on track. The only thing that bothered me was lean angel where my boots hit the pavement more than once. So im looking for higher footpegs that would work with the Triump quick shifter
Triumph rearset cost $750 which seems quite steep. Is it possible to use the Daytona rearset instead? Would they be cheaper option?
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i have these on my 14 ST3R and i love them....stil a bit $$$ but they are amazing and the quick shifter works with it too. (d-axis rearset)

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Talk to TJ @RidersDiscount about a set of Attack Performance rear sets. Or keep an eye out in the classified section as they do come up from time to time. They work with the stock quick shifter in regular or GP shift. Great value, adjustability, and durability. Not to mention replacement parts are reasonably priced compared to most. I've been using them for a couple of years and love them.

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I ordered the Triumph Rearsets

With alternatives at price near $600 i decided to treat my self for the Triumph ones. Thank you guys.
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OK, i returned the Triumph Rearsets which i found have bad design.
I would like to verify regards Attack Performance rearsets (for Daytona R 2013+), and d-axis rearsets:
1) Rearsets work with OEM quick shifter on 2013+ STR?
2) Rearsets have exhaust holder as the OEM rearsets or i will need to improvise?

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The exhaust mount for the Daytona and the Street Triple are different. If you buy rearsets for a Daytona you will need to improvise an exhaust mount.

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In this case Performance Attack will not work. I wonder if d-axis rearsets accomadate to the STR exhaust mount?
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https://www.drivenracing.com/

i have these on my 14 ST3R and i love them....stil a bit $$$ but they are amazing and the quick shifter works with it too. (d-axis rearset)
Did you notice a difference in your feet height? I'm short and would like to get a set that raise my feet the most.

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OK, i returned the Triumph Rearsets which i found have bad design.
I would like to verify regards Attack Performance rearsets (for Daytona R 2013+), and d-axis rearsets:
1) Rearsets work with OEM quick shifter on 2013+ STR?
2) Rearsets have exhaust holder as the OEM rearsets or i will need to improvise?

Many thanks
Why didn't you like the Triumph ones? I was thinking about picking up a pair as well.
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Check my thread here https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=191034
The OEM has really bad design.
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