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SP Engineering Rearsets.

Now I have installed my new SP Engineering Rearsets.
And I am very happy with both function and appearance.

The reason I got these was to improve comfort for my 192cm.

And they do well. They provide about 3 to 5 cm more room between my knee and fuel tank in the lowest position.

These were bought from Al at Designcorse.
And they were including the good service from Al.

Thanks Al.
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Well done Big Fella, and yes, Al does a great job too

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Now I have installed my new SP Engineering Rearsets.
And I am very happy with both function and appearance.

The reason I got these was to improve comfort for my 192cm.

And they do well. They provide about 3 to 5 cm more room between my knee and fuel tank in the lowest position.

These were bought from Al at Designcorse.
And they were including the good service from Al.

Thanks Al.
No Problem your welcome, bike Looks great Glenn, Glad they sorted the comfort issue out especially you being so tall

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I've used these for a while now. Both the road and on track.
They are easy to adjust and they have a good grip.

They can be recommended strongly.

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do those fold up ? or not. it freaks me out just thinking if you hit the peg,
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do those fold up ? or not. it freaks me out just thinking if you hit the peg,
I don't think those do, why do you wan't to hit the peg ? On the track we never use folding pegs. You are going to run out of tyre if you are leaning a MV over far enough to scrape the pegs.

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Im thinking he means hitting the footpeg with his shin or calf....

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Im thinking he means hitting the footpeg with his shin or calf....
Ouch

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