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1090 Rear Sets

I'm looking for input on Rear Sets for my 1090RR. I'm not as flexible as I used to be and wearing size 12 foot wear isn't helping, so I find the stock setup uncomfortable. I've installed new rear sets by Fast by Ferracci. This helps a bit in foot peg location, but I'm still finding it difficult to fit my size 12 riding boots between the pegs and shift lever. What rear sets have you found that allow the most adaptability to rider comfort? Thanks, Tom
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There are these types that i am using ,and i am not endorsing this product.I used the original gear lever with this setup .Has crap loads of positions.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Adjus...IAAOSw9mFWKvzy

check your model .also you could try shorting your gear lever ,maybe?

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You fussy bugger...... my size 15's seem ok....... though only just got her and ridden once

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Thanks for the lead eddypro.

Bikerzz, I have enough problems with size 12 boots, glad I don't need to deal with anything larger.
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Taking her out for a spin soon so will see if Im having issues after a proper ride rather then a 15 min spin.

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I'm using Sato's with a size 13 boot. Fully adjustable in position and levers.

There's a bit of a work around needed though if you're running an aftermarket single exhaust. Mainly because the Sato right hand peg set is designed for use with an exhaust that has the heel guard fixed directly to the exhaust rather (right side) than the peg (like the left side). I've got a thread up on these forums with the parts listing.
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I've been looking at the Sato rearsets. I'm riding a 2012 1090RR with stock exhaust. Will the guards still be a problem? Good to hear it works for you because I was hesitant to drop over $650 US for a rearset that may not help.
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Are you using a quick shift kit with the Sato rearsets? Not sure I want to upgrade but would be nice to know if I can or not before.
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I've been looking at the Sato rearsets. I'm riding a 2012 1090RR with stock exhaust. Will the guards still be a problem? Good to hear it works for you because I was hesitant to drop over $650 US for a rearset that may not help.
They'll work fine with the stock exhaust. The set comes with a left hand peg that has a heel guard and a right hand peg that doesn't because the heel guard for the right is mounted to the stock exhaust.

My issue was that I have the Tamburini Corse full titanium system with a single stubby exhaust (absolutely love its obnoxiousness). As such I needed a heel guard on the right peg to stop me melting my boot. Won't be an issue for you from the sounds of it.

As an aside, the pegs are the grippiest things I've ever ridden on. They also saved some massive damage on a low side I had last year by keeping all the paint work off the asphalt.
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Here's what I went with:

These are Rizoma. Coupled with the folding extensions, the theory is more foot room. I have some of the same mobility and size issues.

I have not riden with them installed yet...more snow coming Monday!

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