I am looking for rearsets for my 08 ZZR600J aka 02 zx6r.
Reason is I was doing a check last night and found my oem rearset stay bracket part 35011-1874 has snapped/broken.
I've been looking online for some aftermarket adjustable sets (I'm tall 6'-3") and cant seem to really find anything thats sparked my interest. I've noticed that most if not all of the kits do not have folding pegs, is this a racing saftey feature? I like the fact that if you drop the bike the pegs still fold up and you have a chance of driving the bike home rather than just towing it with broken pegs.
To keep this short, i'm looking for some CHEAP, folding and adjustable rearsets. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Location: Chesapeake, VA '06 ZZR fighter, 05 VTX-1300
Adjustable rearsets have non-folding pegs. As 95kawizx6r stated, it's hard to find rearsets for the J model these days. Ebay has some now and again, but you're looking at $400 for a set.
If I were you I'd search my local area for someone that can weld aluminum and have him/her put your rearsets back together. That's what I did after my last crash. Well Whitehendrix (another member here) welded them back together, but you get my drift.
Cheap sorry mate for our bikes cheap isn't a god word
A good set for the J I have been looking for and they are pretty expensive
Woodcraft you are looking around 200 and thats just for the pegs, bracket, and heel guard
Vortex hasn't made a J set yet
Bohemian is what I have been looking at pretty good about 230.
If you have no spending limit then CRG, Gilles, Lightech, and driven have racing sets; but those rage 400-700
that bracket alone is going around 80 bucks OEM
your best bet is to find a part out of a bike and get the whole rear set thats what I did my left bracket snapped in the crash and I ordered everything for 50 bucks. If you do get an OEM bracket the bolt in there has thread lock and is a real pain to get it out.
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Last edited by davidreaper; 07-10-2012 at 01:35 AM.