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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-28-2011, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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Question 2010 F4 adjustable rearsets?

What are the best ones on the market? I want to move my footpegs down and back some for a little more comfort.

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Lusting for these

http://www.*********.com/product_dis...ing-foot-pegs/
Well, that didn't work...

http://www.*********.com/product_dis...ing-foot-pegs/

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What's with the duff links?
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Any MV rearset will work, even ones designed for pre 2010 models. You will just need to use different mounting bolts (from a pre 2010 MV) since the 2010 comes with very large headed bolts.

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What's with the duff links?
I was trying to post a link to Lightech, and my crew showed up to ride.

Those rear sets are yummy!!
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I was trying to post a link to Lightech, and my crew showed up to ride.

Those rear sets are yummy!!
HE!! I want to ride with you guys too...

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HE!! I want to ride with you guys too...
Saturday, 9:30 my house. Off to see Julia at the diner, gas up and the mayhem begins
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MV Corse are the best ones.

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I use the Sato racing ones because the heal plates are an open design. I scratch the hell out of the original heal guards so the open face heal guards will not show the scratches as much.

Plus the Sato heal guards are quite large, so this stops my boots from scratching the rear swing arm.

http://www.satoracing.com/rearsetsagustaf4.htm

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post #10 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-30-2011, 02:07 PM
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Does anyone know if the Sato sets in reverse pattern will work on a 2010?
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