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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-20-2010, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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custom rearset

iam bored with the stock rearset so i decided to design my own one.as soon as the plans are ready, i'll cnc it from alloy. the eccenter that will hold the footpeg(folding rizoma or lsl-not sure..) will be powdercoated.
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-20-2010, 03:37 PM
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I think they look nice but will cost you a small fortune to make. Your eccentric is a 4 axis piece at minimum or EDM. You would need to make and sell quite a few to make financial sense. You will probably run into issues with the gear shaped eccentric. And then you may have to fight a patent infringement claim if you intend to sell them.
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You could wire EDM the eccentric, but that's time consuming and expensive. 4 axis is definitely the best way. Actually I think the eccentric is the most time consuming and difficult piece to make. The rearset itself looks strait forward enough to machine. You might want to consider using stock screw locations for the heal plates to help with cost also. The chamfer around the main body itself is nice looking but you need a little more of the flat surface area around the 2 main mounting holes because the chamfer encroaches on the holes creating a knife edge. This isn't ideal for machining, or boots and shoes being located right next to them for obvious reasons. With that being said I do like them quite a bit and think your renderings are pretty nice.
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You might want to put an eccentric inside the large eccentric to offer optimal adjustability.
I really like the Ti/red color scheme.
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this is gonna be a one-piece-edition, i dont intend to mass-produce it. by accident, ive access to a 5-axis cnc.waterjet will do the eccentric nicely..
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double eccentric makes sense!thnx
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this is gonna be a one-piece-edition, i dont intend to mass-produce it. by accident, ive access to a 5-axis cnc.waterjet will do the eccentric nicely..
Waterjet tolerances may be a bit loose for that type of fit. If you have access to a 5-axis go that route, you'll be better off.
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before you go to all that trouble check out acculign rearsets.
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Nice design.. The red/ti and black/gold look great.
As others have mentioned the double eccentric would allow for most adjustability.
let us know how you go with it all.

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Nice ,they remind me a little of these.
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