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let me know info if you buy them as i have been trying to look for rear sets today as the ones on the bike look cheap. Was looking at r6 ones as they look to be about the same.
 

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let me know info if you buy them as i have been trying to look for rear sets today as the ones on the bike look cheap. Was looking at r6 ones as they look to be about the same.
the r6 ones will fit i try the ones off my mate r6 he got the sameones on the link
 

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I've found some cheaper rear sets but nothing as nice as those... in the mean time i am thinking of taking mine off and spraying them black as they look really cheap in the silver colour.
 

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I've found some cheaper rear sets but nothing as nice as those... in the mean time i am thinking of taking mine off and spraying them black as they look really cheap in the silver colour.
I bet they would need to be anodies though right?
Are they steel or aluminium? I don't remember :S
 

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I bet they would need to be anodies though right?
Are they steel or aluminium? I don't remember :S
Yeah I think your right I have a place to get the anodising done I need a new gear shifter soon as sometimes annoying shifting since I had to bend it back.
 

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When buying rearsets check you can get the spares easily, one drop and you might be without your bike for a month.

Don't forget depending what exhaust you are running you need to support the end can, presently that is done with the rearsets. What lines up to the mounts on the frame might be fine, but don't forget gear shift linkages need to be adjusted, depending where you put the footpeg. Best ones currently on the market that I am aware of, are from Valter Moto, distributed by PDQ, about a month wait for rearsets, but the spares may well be generic so not so much as a problem if the worst ever happens.
 

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When buying rearsets check you can get the spares easily, one drop and you might be without your bike for a month.

Don't forget depending what exhaust you are running you need to support the end can, presently that is done with the rearsets. What lines up to the mounts on the frame might be fine, but don't forget gear shift linkages need to be adjusted, depending where you put the footpeg. Best ones currently on the market that I am aware of, are from Valter Moto, distributed by PDQ, about a month wait for rearsets, but the spares may well be generic so not so much as a problem if the worst ever happens.
They look really nice, will keep an eye out for version for our bike.
 

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wooow thats alot of money...ant there any cheaper ones?
sometimes cheap is good but you end up buying 2times so i spend the extra and buy once
thats just me ill ask my sister in usa to order me them when i am ready
 

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When buying rearsets check you can get the spares easily, one drop and you might be without your bike for a month.

Don't forget depending what exhaust you are running you need to support the end can, presently that is done with the rearsets. What lines up to the mounts on the frame might be fine, but don't forget gear shift linkages need to be adjusted, depending where you put the footpeg. Best ones currently on the market that I am aware of, are from Valter Moto, distributed by PDQ, about a month wait for rearsets, but the spares may well be generic so not so much as a problem if the worst ever happens.
il; check pdq out i just live round the coner from them
 
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