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post #41 of 50 Old 07-28-09, 10:56
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Thank you very much for your interest,

Those rearset can be fitted as reverse pattern, please look at the photo below .You just change the fitting position of the shiftrod from top to below ( gear arm need to be adjust also).
So reverse pattern no problem

And it is fully adjustable as you can see from D675 belowed

We have them in 2 colours black , gold .

but if you want to have them in other colour ,we can make them upon request also.

for more information please don't hesitate to ask.

Thank you for your kind support and hope to hear from you guys soon.

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Do you offer individual replacement parts such as pegs and shift arms etc?
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post #42 of 50 Old 07-28-09, 12:49
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Anyone seen/used the rearsets from SV Racing?

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post #43 of 50 Old 07-28-09, 18:09
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Anyone seen/used the rearsets from SV Racing?

I have them. They are pretty good for the price and can be adjusted through a wide range for both fitment, and also for shift feel. They will never be as positive and notchy as woodcrafts, but then again, you can also shift into neutral without a problem which is a problem on woodcrafts. I would NEVER recommend woodcrafts for street use, track yes/maybe.

They do not have quite as nice a finish as the Gilles, Satos, etc. In particular I find that the knurl on the footpegs is not as sharp gripping. Other than that they look good and are a fine value for $300.

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2nd reccomendation, just ordered them....

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I have them. They are pretty good for the price and can be adjusted through a wide range for both fitment, and also for shift feel. They will never be as positive and notchy as woodcrafts, but then again, you can also shift into neutral without a problem which is a problem on woodcrafts. I would NEVER recommend woodcrafts for street use, track yes/maybe.

They do not have quite as nice a finish as the Gilles, Satos, etc. In particular I find that the knurl on the footpegs is not as sharp gripping. Other than that they look good and are a fine value for $300.
Thread revive. What website did you go to for the SV rearsets?

Has anyone bought any rearsets from Foureyes? I would be curious to see pictures and know if you like them?

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post #46 of 50 Old 08-23-09, 10:28
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Im also interested in a rearset kit

I dont need all the 'race features' but like something that shifts a bit better and looks better then orininal, and price is important to me
Not willing to pay Gilles or Rizoma prices...

What did you guys pay and where did you buy?
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Reviving dead thread

Reviving dead thread to see if these

http://www.satoracing.com/rearsets_triumph675_13.htm

will fit my 2013 STR ABS. Please advise
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Is the change to stock Daytona sets noticeable?

I track my 13 str a few times a year and wondering if it is worth it? Do the pegs move back as well?

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Yes... and they are about 1" lower.




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Definitely. The added leverage alone is worth the swap. Bike flicks easier from side to side due to more rearward foot position and transitions over the seat are easier.

Riding stock position back to back with 675 sets and the difference is significant to me.

Pegs move back and up.

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Thanks!!! I will definitely pick some up!!!!


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