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Old 03-29-2012, 01:55 PM   #1
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What do you think of these Rear sets?

Was looking to buy rear sets for my 09 Kawi Zx6r

Ran across these, similar to the one eBay sells.. There decently cheap

http://www.west-mall.com/rearset-rea...v3brilhig70rt4

or should I wait a little more and buy vortex for $300+ ?
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I just purchased this set for my 06 zx10 about 3 weeks back and got them in the mail last week. I have to say they are cheap knock-offs of SATO but I find myself wondering if they are made in the same factory. The quality is amazing and I got mine in the red/black combo and wow they are sick looking. The levers have bearings in them so they are super smooth and if you look at the set for yours the heel guard on the right side has adjustable positions. Just a suggestion for something in your price range that looks better and of fantastic quality.

Edit: Just noticed I originally posted the wrong year. This is a link to a company in the states that uses the same factory I had my rearsets made at. Hope this helps.
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http://www.bohemianracing.com/adjust...-1/?Itemid=169

I just purchased this set for my 06 zx10 about 3 weeks back and got them in the mail last week. I have to say they are cheap knock-offs of SATO but I find myself wondering if they are made in the same factory. The quality is amazing and I got mine in the red/black combo and wow they are sick looking. The levers have bearings in them so they are super smooth and if you look at the set for yours the heel guard on the right side has adjustable positions. Just a suggestion for something in your price range that looks better and of fantastic quality.

Edit: Just noticed I originally posted the wrong year. This is a link to a company in the states that uses the same factory I had my rearsets made at. Hope this helps.

Thank you! May have to grab these with your feedback!
Right in the price range. Just emailed them about my bike and there sets. Curious the differences in the sets from $250 and the $195 ones..
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id check out ebay too, there are some sellers selling rear sets on there for a decent price. they look nice
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id check out ebay too, there are some sellers selling rear sets on there for a decent price. they look nice

I have been looking.. not sure what everyone thought of the ebay brand, or if anyone has even got them..
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I have been looking.. not sure what everyone thought of the ebay brand, or if anyone has even got them..
ebay isnt a brand, ebay is a market for thousands of retailers to sell products. i hate when people see ebay and they stay away from the site. they have some quality sellers and products
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ebay isnt a brand, ebay is a market for thousands of retailers to sell products. i hate when people see ebay and they stay away from the site. they have some quality sellers and products
Yes I know that, but all the stuff is still off brand, so I claim it eBay. lol
I don't stay away from that site at all, I have bought many things off there and will continue too. Although it is all a hit or miss.. Long as there is warranty, or a refund available, I'm ok with it. Just like to get some kind of feedback on the product before I dump money into it..
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if your just looking to move the foot peg up and back for extra ground clearance then I would recommend this Rear Set Bracket that I got for my GSXR 1000 K4. It was $39.99 on eBay and it moved the foot peg location 1 inch up and 1 inch back, now for tall riders you can flip the bracket upside down to move it 1 inch down and 1 inch back.

it utilizes your OEM foot peg annd controls, it did come with an extender for the shift rod.
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if your just looking to move the foot peg up and back for extra ground clearance then I would recommend this Rear Set Bracket that I got for my GSXR 1000 K4. It was $39.99 on eBay and it moved the foot peg location 1 inch up and 1 inch back, now for tall riders you can flip the bracket upside down to move it 1 inch down and 1 inch back.

it utilizes your OEM foot peg annd controls, it did come with an extender for the shift rod.
I did that on my SV... but mine had multiple holes drilled to allow for some adjustablility and I think it was under 60 bucks...
http://www.svracingparts.com/product...roduct=3103870
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if your just looking to move the foot peg up and back for extra ground clearance then I would recommend this Rear Set Bracket that I got for my GSXR 1000 K4. It was $39.99 on eBay and it moved the foot peg location 1 inch up and 1 inch back, now for tall riders you can flip the bracket upside down to move it 1 inch down and 1 inch back.

it utilizes your OEM foot peg annd controls, it did come with an extender for the shift rod.
Just looking to upgrade rear sets completely.. Not just to relocate. Thanks.
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Thank you! May have to grab these with your feedback!
Right in the price range. Just emailed them about my bike and there sets. Curious the differences in the sets from $250 and the $195 ones..
The difference is, as far as I understand, the look of them and also the $250 ones come with the bearings in the levers and have the dual color option which I must say is nothing short of AMAZING. Not sure if the cheaper one have the same for the levers.

For reference I got these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kawasaki-ZX6...8d0395&vxp=mtr

except for the zx10 and with a red linkage not black
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The difference is, as far as I understand, the look of them and also the $250 ones come with the bearings in the levers and have the dual color option which I must say is nothing short of AMAZING. Not sure if the cheaper one have the same for the levers.

For reference I got these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kawasaki-ZX6...8d0395&vxp=mtr

except for the zx10 and with a red linkage not black
Ya I found a number, and gave the guys a call.. I'll be getting the ones for $250 if I do decide to purchase from them. Don't want any colors though, will just go with all black most likely.
I'll let you know if I decide to go that route.
BTW, yours look GREAT!! Curious to see how they look on the bike?! lol
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ok so this is a bling thing and not a function thing... in that case just pick the cheapest thing that looks good.
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Man those red and black ones looks sweet. Hey justin let me know what you decide. Now you pass that itch to me. HahA let me know what u think. If worth it I might have to order some kawi green ones!!!
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