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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-05-2013, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
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Adjustable rearset older/newer models

I'm looking for an adjustable rearset for my 13 RR.

Unfortunately many producers made their products for the older model and do not know if they fit on the new ones (like SCM, Gilles Tooling etc.)

I like this one very much:



http://www.wrs.sm/23953-large/coppia...ta-brutale.jpg

I will go for a rearset with pushrods as I do not want to have an even longer travel on the gear shifter.

Any help appriciated
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-06-2013, 02:18 AM
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Hello Cherche
All models have the same fitments.
Basicly the mounting holes to the frame are all the same center distance.
I mounted a pair off rizoma rearsets that came off an older model
to my 2012 brutale , no problem what so ever
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Jochen,

Check these Rizomas out. They're listed for your model. Have them on my 2009 1078 and find them good. Plenty of adjustments.

http://www.carpimoto.it/EN/Bike_MV-A...MV-Brutale.htm

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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-08-2013, 03:11 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you guys !!

The Lightech and the Rizomas have the same order number for all models. So all the other rearsets should also fit my bike.

SCM will send my some pictures with their rearset mounted on a MV.

Gilles Tooling also fit (took that pic from here):



I do not know whose bike it is...

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Rearset collision with exhaust

I tried to fit the Lightech rearset on my 2013 Brutale RR.

No way - the 2013 heat shield is in the way as it is too far out.

All Brutales up to 2012 should be ok with it.

Attached some pics. Have a look at the screws when the rearset touches the heat shield........ (third pic)

Is there any way to cut off the welded parts from my 2013 and have it grinded the original way without optical defects??

I think I could weld on the former brackets and heat shields.

Any idea on this??

I like the more rear fitted pegs - makes you feel more foreward and aggressive.

BTW: I think all rearsets will not fit the 2013 models because of its bulky heat shield.....

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Don't cut anything! All you need to do is remove the heel guard from the rearset and put two small spacers behind it to move it out from the exhaust. The Rizoma rearsets come with spacers and a pair of longer screws for just this purpose (I didn't need them, they probably make up for small variability from bike to bike exhaust fitment). A trip to the hardware store for two longer stainless Allen head screws and some stainless washers or spacers is all you need.
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You have the pre 2013 model - and so you have the non bulky heat shields.

Just have a look at this (2013):



I came over a nice exhaust EC legal from Italy:



I asked my trusted Italian supplier to make me an offer .

Even with dB eater they are said to be very loud .

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Those exhausts look nice . Can you post a link to website to purchase them .

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Oh, ouch! I see your dilemma. Is it possible to put spacers behind the mounts? Looks like the fasteners may be non-standard (large diameter heads), will standard fasteners work with the Lightech mounts? Or maybe trim the heat shield around the heel guard? I tried to buy a set of Lightechs for the 990 from PJ's parts, but ended up buying the Rizoma's from Motovation as PJ's said they could no longer get the Lightechs.
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@Palerider,
of course I could put spacers between the frame and the rearset. But that would be more than 1/2" and is not what I wanted......
I think I will have to go for a pre 2013 exhaust or get an aftermarket one.

@doggy:
Fresco only has an Italian hp:

http://www.ffbyfresco.com/

But you can get some impressions. The double exhaust for the Brutale is 535 plus 60 for the carbon version.

You can also have something like this :



They make every exhaust upon order by hand and you can have all their mufflers fitted to your bike. EC legal - I think this is only possible in Italy .

Here you go for a sound check:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kTff3aAFMs

Some guys in German Brutale forums have the double Fresco mounted and love them.

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