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Old 04-25-2011, 10:57 PM   #1
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Do Adjustable Rearsets Move ur feet back

i am 6'3 and all legs and i want to get some rearsets but not sure if this will solve my problem i just need the pegs to move back and down a slight bit.......
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It might be cheaper and more comfortable to get a thicker seat.
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6'3" on a ninja 250? Don't know if anyone makes rearsets that can help that, pm cdill35 he might know.
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Vortex has that drilled plate that would allow back and down,but I'm not sure how far down.

My woodcrafts only had two options - back and up or back and further up.

Most rearsets are designed to provide a more aggressive stance and increase lean ange by moving the peg up. One of the problems with being tall on a sport bike I guess.
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Vortex is a great brand for moving the pegs down and back to give yourself more leg room although the position may feel a little awkward at first. Also, if you have a high mount pipe you are more than likely to hit your heel on the mid pipe. Here is a link to the pegs for your bike.

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custom build a couple of steel brackets..that way the whole assembly can be lowered.
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Old 04-26-2011, 08:14 PM   #8
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6'6". Absolutely after market rear sets give you leg room. Partilcularly vortex. I also suspect Woodcraft does as well. Check with Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited for advice on your specific bike.

They are a send for me... i moved my pegs down and forward to get them right.
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rearset

Vortex will give you about 1" back and 1" up compare to stock rearset.

I had mine move back to lower down the gear lever to work with my boots, since i ride street mostly, i kept it stock height
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