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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-13-2012, 01:41 AM Thread Starter
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Same here bro, same side and everything lol.
It's from all the aggressive up-shifting.... Obviously

That's why we need racing rearsets
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post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-13-2012, 08:06 AM
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Lol nice way of putting it lol.

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To keep this short, i'm looking for some CHEAP, folding and adjustable rearsets. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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I Purchased a set of these. I thought they were well machined. I really liked the shifter side but the brake was at too steep and angle. I ended up filling in and remilling the slot at the correct angle. I am manly using my bike for tourning so I was not looking for an aggressive riding position. It only took me about a hour to do but I have access to all the tools I required.
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I've not found the need for aftermarket rearsets. Even on the track I only scraped pegs when I leaned the bike too far. Proper body and foot position fixed that.

Those black rearsets look sexy though. I'm wondering if they'll move forward for commuting comfort.

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I've not found the need for aftermarket rearsets. Even on the track I only scraped pegs when I leaned the bike too far. Proper body and foot position fixed that.

Those black rearsets look sexy though. I'm wondering if they'll move forward for commuting comfort.
I've never had a problem with the stock rearsets either, only ever scraped once and that was just being stupid and going way to fast for street riding.

I did put some of the cycle control risers as i posted above on though as either due to the placement of the stock pegs or the length of my legs i found myself gripping more of the frame with my legs instead of the tank. Raising the pegs an inch with the risers made for a much more comfortable and less tiring ride, for me anyway.

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A couple of other footpeg options, but a broken part holding up one footpeg would still need to be welded or replaced:

Cycle Pirates 360 Degree Adjustable Footpeg Mount Kit - Street Bike - Motorcycle Superstore

Competition Werkes GP Footpeg - Street Bike - Motorcycle Superstore

The kind in a previous post with several mounting holes can often be flipped upside down and put on the opposite sides of the bike, to move the footpegs more forward and lower.

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So I ended up purchasing the Bohemian Aftermarket sets from Bohemian Racing. Got them and put them on. Instal didn't take very long, a little over an hour.

I had the same issues with the braking side where the pedal was way too low, I think i'm going to use an m8 coupler and rod to see if i can extend the rod out ofthe master cylinder and adjust the pedal that way.

As far as quality goes, They look like decent material but they are painted(black). After just 1 ride I've already scratched the heck out of the shifter lever and the peg.

I've emailed Dennis this info as well to see what/if he can do anything for me.

if anyone wants I can probably upload some pictures later on.
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So I ended up purchasing the Bohemian Aftermarket sets from Bohemian Racing. Got them and put them on. Instal didn't take very long, a little over an hour.

I had the same issues with the braking side where the pedal was way too low, I think i'm going to use an m8 coupler and rod to see if i can extend the rod out ofthe master cylinder and adjust the pedal that way.

As far as quality goes, They look like decent material but they are painted(black). After just 1 ride I've already scratched the heck out of the shifter lever and the peg.

I've emailed Dennis this info as well to see what/if he can do anything for me.

if anyone wants I can probably upload some pictures later on.
Yes, please post up some pics.
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Can someone post up a link to the Bohemian rearsets, as I looked around for them but can't seem to find any for our bikes.

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