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Anyone know anything about them? They have a nice website, and the stuff looks like it is quality.

I have some carbon fiber coming in that has been made by them.
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My rearsets are Riding House. Double ball bearing at all pivots, greaseable heim joints (needle style) with no play in them at all. Very adjustable lever height for both sides They were a bit pricey, but worth it in my opinion. Very solid, yet not too heavy. I cannot provide any info on their carbon, but if it anything like the rearsets, then it will be top notch.

Keep us posted. Competative prices?

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very very nice. excellent craftsmanship, direct rival to motocorse. very pricy....
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I'm running the Riding House full Ti system. It's a work of art and sounds sensational.

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Anyone have a website or link to places that carry their stuff?

Whatd you get Carl?
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Anyone have a website or link to places that carry their stuff?

Whatd you get Carl?
http://www.riding-house.com/products/index.html

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I'm running the Riding House full Ti system. It's a work of art and sounds sensational.
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Thanks for the response, guys.

Rear sets and carbon fiber. Should be here in a week.

Air ducts and under seat tray are spoken for. (Them Aussies are on the ball.)
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Air ducts and under seat tray are spoken for. (Them Aussies are on the ball.)

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ive a riding house titanium exhaust and its sweet, well made mega quality item sounds much better than rg3s............also for sale!!
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