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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-02-2010, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Rearset question?

I currently have the stock exhaust on my 7 fiddy and do not like how my heel gets pushed out by the exhaust. I do love the look of the exhaust and do not want to change it. As a matter of fact, I just pulled off an Arrow thunder to return to the stock look. Will any of the rearsets (Sato, Rimoza, etc..) eliminate this issue? Thanks for the help.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-02-2010, 07:11 PM
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I find it's not the heal guard getting pushed out ,thats the problem, but the fact your foot is pushed away from the peg by the exhaust, i made mine alot better by spacing out the whole rearset by about 14mm made all the difference!
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Did you do both sides or just the exhaust side?
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-02-2010, 11:20 PM
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Just the exhaust side bloke, it was the only one giving me grief.
Little italians must have another joint in their legs between their knee & ankle????
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The Rizoma rearsets with the folding footpegs on, fix the problem. The standard footpegs that come with the rearsets only give you about 10mm extra width but when you fit the folding pegs from rizoma you gain another 20mm http://www.rizoma.com/Prodotti/Prodo...ria=12&IDSez=1
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Thanks for the input gentlemen. I am looking into several different options. If I go with another rearset, I do not want the Japanese look. Anyone know where I can find pictures of the different brands on an actual Brutale? Outbackbiker, could you take a photo of your solution please?
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Just been looking at these ..


http://www.rc-dragon.com/hkdrpro/mv_f4/mv_f402.jpg

2010 Brutale 990R
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ooooh, tooo jap like there, multi holes are yuk.
Aculines are the best looking rear sets for a MV imo, they don't use multi holes , but instead an eccentric system like the originals.
For the mods I just machined up some spacers removed the rearsets from the frame & refitted them with spacers & longer bolts to suit.
I've also been looking at adapting some gilles pegs onto the mv brackets so i still have foldable pegs, but they are longer.
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I have look at the Acculign and a set of the MR. I like the look of both, but I want them to clear the reat exhaust so the foot is not pushed out. Anyone know where I can see a picture of these rearsets on an actual Brutale?
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