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LighTech Rear sets

Hi just wondered if anybody has any experience on these LighTech Rear sets or any of their other products.

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I have a pair of Lightech on my F3. Very good, nice quality and spares a re available. The black on the heel plates does wear quite quickly.

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I think I saw one of the forum sponsors advertise them on special a while ago, send me an email and you might get a good deal. Light tech gear is very good quality and strong compared to some of the other brands on the market.

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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-10-2016, 12:33 AM
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I have them on my F4, you can see on my thread here...

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...174577&page=18

Quality is good, grip is good, positioning is good. Cant comment if they wear well as yet as still pretty new.
I considered all the options and these were the nicest visually...in my opinion.
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I've got a set installed on my 910R Brutale SP13 Gladio. Excellent build quality, fit & finish, and function. I use mine in the GP shift pattern.
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I have Lightech rearsets on my B4 1078rr and love them. They replaced Sato's which I also really liked. It wasn't until switching to Lightech did I realize how much more solid they felt compared to the Sato's, which I never felt were a problem. But the Lightech's have a nice solid mass to them and less flex.

I also was turned onto them by the more grippy (technical term) pegs. MUCH more gription (another technical term) with the Lightech pegs. But this was a double-edged sword, as the additional grip of the pegs has worn a hole right through the side of my boots from coincidental contact over the years. I would also agree that the finish of the non-carbon heel plates does wear quickly.

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I think I saw one of the forum sponsors advertise them on special a while ago, send me an email and you might get a good deal. Light tech gear is very good quality and strong compared to some of the other brands on the market.
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Cheers Donsy,
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Hi Mark.
Got the email, but I think you misunderstood what I meant, I'm not a forum sponsor, these guys are though -
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Some are local to you, some on mainland Europe and other are US based, all very helpfull and experainced.

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Hi Mark.
Got the email, but I think you misunderstood what I meant, I'm not a forum sponsor, these guys are though -
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=35
Some are local to you, some on mainland Europe and other are US based, all very helpfull and experainced.
Ok Cheers mate
It does say to send you an email but no probs and i will contact them

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