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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-24-2008, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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FBF rearsets owners

Any feedback from any FBF rearsets owners for the F4 would be appreciated. Looking to add a little legroom, and the ability to move the pegs DOWN a bit isn't something most rearsets are setup to do. I'm curious if the FBF versions offer any adjustments in this direction.

I've also gotten some quotes on a custom milled adapter plate that will allow the use of the stock pegs, though this is still coming in higher than just buying some rearsets; assuming I can get the same results.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-24-2008, 08:21 PM
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I ordered a set from FBF that have arrived...but I haven't fitted them yet. They are very light and appear well made. Not as beautiful as some others I've seen but they will offer plenty of grip...which is what I am looking for. In regard to adjustment DOWN...I don't think they will offer any more the stock pegs.

Speedracer originally posted some pics here; http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...t=12231&page=4

You may want to check the new release from Acculign.... www.acculign.com

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I have Satos on my F4 and Duc 1098. The 1098 ones put the peg too high for my taste so I made a pair of brackets/blocks which mount to the rearset to lower the pegs.

I apologize to the Purists for posting a Duc on the site. Alvin maybe you can move it where it belongs but I wanted to let the fellow see what can be done, Duc or MV.
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