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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Cracked Rearsets..slow warrenty service..anyone else?

When I got my R home a couple of months ago i noticed that the rearsets were cracked so I told the dealer and he said that was covered under warrenty, but its been 2 months or so and nothin. he says that MV is taking their time getting it taken care of...sucks.

anyone else have the rearset problem or the problem with slow or poor warrenty service?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-15-2007, 12:20 AM
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I replaced the rearsets on my 1000R with a set of fixed Rizomas right after purchasing the motorcycle. I found the stock rearsets to be a bit small and slippery. Also, the fixed pegs offer a little more protection in case of a lowside crash. Hopefully, MV will get your dealer a repacement for you soon. I have not had any warranty issues with mine, but I am anxious to know how things work out. Congrats on the MV purchase.
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those on my 910R (i think they are the same as your's) have been fine
i don't think we've had much complaints about THIS issue.

as an aside....
rear sets... especially the RIGHT ONE..... have been breaking on MANY '07 Yamaha R1s that i know of.... and the company has YET to acknowledge that problem and provide replacement parts



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I replaced the rearsets on my 1000R with a set of fixed Rizomas right after purchasing the motorcycle. I found the stock rearsets to be a bit small and slippery. Also, the fixed pegs offer a little more protection in case of a lowside crash. Hopefully, MV will get your dealer a repacement for you soon. I have not had any warranty issues with mine, but I am anxious to know how things work out. Congrats on the MV purchase.
Yeah I find my left foot slips off the peg on long straights.
I hope these pegs dont break like the R1,I stand on the pegs to stretch my legs out.

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Yeah they didn't crack from riding it i don't think, cause i noticed it when i had like 20 miles on it. they are cracked where the writing is on the adjuster.
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If it is keeping you from riding, then let us know. Maybe someone here can help you out in the meantime.

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If it is keeping you from riding, then let us know. Maybe someone here can help you out in the meantime.
I am still riding it, but i feel like taking it easy since i am always worried one is gonna brake. maybe i should just get after market ones since i don't like the stock ones anyway.
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This is a warranty issue. Call your dealer and Cagiva to get this handled asap. The delay thus far is with the dealer I would bet.
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