The shifting isn't nearly as smooth as the satos, or a stock setup. The crush plates don't work at all. The toe piece chews up anything I use to shift up with...they'll eat through a shoe sock in a week or two, and a shoe in a month. I have to tape mine up with electrical tape every few weeks to keep it from happening. They're not nearly as adjustable as the Sato's. Basically they're just bargain bin. You could get the same thing with stock rearsets, a setback plate, and a fixed peg. And it'd work better.Originally posted by rondre3000
What about the Vortex didn't you like? Vortex spares are pretty easy to find and complete sets are cheaper than Sato's. I went w/ Vortex because they do exactly what they are supposed to do and don't cost an arm and a leg. The only thing I don't like is the pegs are sharp as hell!