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Type 1.5 adjustable rearsets - Black
Model no. VM-PEY69-00
This part is for a: YAMAHA YZF R125 2009 - 2010
£288.67
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Will require hydraulic rear brake light switch for road use ?
 

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would like them in gold but they only doing black ones
 

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Valter Moto
Type 1.5 adjustable rearsets - Black
Model no. VM-PEY69-00
This part is for a: YAMAHA YZF R125 2009 - 2010
£288.67
(Price including VAT

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Will require hydraulic rear brake light switch for road use ?
Errr 2009-2010 ??? What about your bike and mine, then on either side of that? Is it easy to get brake switch.
 

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it will fit my bike the switch i am not sure what they on about
 

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Will have to see I guess but will probably buy a set after I've done some other mor important mods. I wonder if they supply a brake light switch?
 

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i think ill pass on this mod reason i wont be able to mount my exhaust if i change the rear set i was looking at it today if i had the leo vince still could work
so plan B im going to paint my ones black
 

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All of the rearsets are the same for the R125, no matter what the year. You already have a brake switch it's in the rear master cylinder, and is of the hydraulic variety. Hence when you replace the rear brake line, the brake light won't work, until you have bled the system.
 

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i think ill pass on this mod reason i wont be able to mount my exhaust if i change the rear set i was looking at it today if i had the leo vince still could work
so plan B im going to paint my ones black
Thats what i was going to do in the mean time till i can afford new ones.
All of the rearsets are the same for the R125, no matter what the year. You already have a brake switch it's in the rear master cylinder, and is of the hydraulic variety. Hence when you replace the rear brake line, the brake light won't work, until you have bled the system.
Why do they mention the brake switch if not needed? Do some bikes have the switch somewhere else?
 

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Thats what i was going to do in the mean time till i can afford new ones.

Why do they mention the brake switch if not needed? Do some bikes have the switch somewhere else?
i think they want you to spend more
 

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Why do they mention the brake switch if not needed? Do some bikes have the switch somewhere else?
Yep, my Ninja, has it as a mechanical switch that works in the same way as some car brake light switches, i.e. when the lever moves away the switch is opened. They are mentioning the brake switch as that is a generic think that is mentioned on all rearset adverts, it's more a cover there behind, than the knowledge of the brake system of a particular bike.
 

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Yep, my Ninja, has it as a mechanical switch that works in the same way as some car brake light switches, i.e. when the lever moves away the switch is opened. They are mentioning the brake switch as that is a generic think that is mentioned on all rearset adverts, it's more a cover there behind, than the knowledge of the brake system of a particular bike.
ok cool nice one...
 

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lol yeah probably... how come will not work with Akra? did you get my text my phone is not working as got wet on the way home as was raining hard and constant for about 150 miles
by looking at it i would loose the exhaust mounting hole i am not sure with out seeing one
 
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