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post #41 of 186 Old 06-22-12, 22:35
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Would you have an ETA on when the rear sets would ship after the deadline?
I think Steve said 1-2 weeks after close of the GB in post #19.

Here are a few pics of the GB Racing cover and the Sato shifter bracket. It looks like I did a pretty clean job modding it if I had. I think I trimmed/ notched the back out enough to just clear the bracket.


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hey bushmaster where did you buy the actual brake light switch at? the main site doesn't actually sell the products.
It was included with my Sato rearsets kit but I'm sure anyone who stocks/ sells Spiegler products (RD, STG, Cycle Sector, etc.) would be able to hook you up.

PS- I realized I forgot to attach the photos on my previous post so here they are since the MC app won't let me edit and add for some reason
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haha, was just screwing around on Facebook, and saw an Evol Technology ad linked to my buddies' page. They've got him as their poster boy on one of their ads. He's a shorter guy, probably 5'5" or something, and fast as **** (the pic of him is his OMRRA Formula Ultra Bike, wearing the #1 plate). If he's pimping these rearsets, they'll be good.

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What's the spacing on the heelguard bolt holes? Would stock heelguards work?
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What's the spacing on the heelguard bolt holes? Would stock heelguards work?

Right side heel guard 1 7/8 inches and bolts are sized to mount the rear master cylender. Left is 1 3/4 inches. I don't have the oem guards to compare them too though.

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Stamford,

You mentioned that the shifting action was greatly improved on these EVOL rearsets. Can you compare it to the Attack Performance set's feel?

One thing that has me interested in the AP set is the ability to use the stock shift rod and switch between GP and regular shift without a hardware change. They also look a bit more sturdy (at least visually).

I'm in the 5'9-5'10 range, with a 30-31" inseam. I definitely would like to bring the pegs forward and up a bit, and wonder if I'd be better off with the EVOLs or be fine with the Attack's adjustment range. My understanding in your description is that both offer the same height adjustment with the EVOLs having about an inch (that seams like A LOT) more forward travel?

Can you PM me the group buy purchase price? If we're talking a big savings over AP rearsets, my concerns on shift linkages and looks (I really dig the AP sets) might be assuaged.
I didn't get to ride on the attacks but I will on the 3rd and give you a comparison. I have heard attacks are hard to shift just like the gilles but we will see.

As far as which to get i'm not sure I may be a bit bias to answer it :). But from what I understand these are much cheaper then any rearsets you will buy that offer as much or similar adjustabiltiy. If you are 5-10 and looking for a more forward these will do the trick for sure. And it is extremely easy to switch between GP and standard, you simply rotate the shift knuckle 180 degrees. It's very simple.

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It was included with my Sato rearsets kit but I'm sure anyone who stocks/ sells Spiegler products (RD, STG, Cycle Sector, etc.) would be able to hook you up.

PS- I realized I forgot to attach the photos on my previous post so here they are since the MC app won't let me edit and add for some reason
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Can anyone see if stock heel-guards would work?
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Can anyone see if stock heel-guards would work?
If you tell me the spacing between bolt centers as well as both and bolt size and pitch i could tell you if they will mount into the holes. I would also need pictures from a couple angles to determine if they could mount up.

I also gave you the spacing you asked for in post 46. (in case you didn't see since i double posted).

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