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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-11-2017, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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B3 rearsets for the track

So, this past weekend, I was tearing up( read not sucking as much as last time) my local track. I found the stock rearsets to lack ground clearance and while leaning, I was grounding out my shoe even when being positioned on my toes.
So i'm looking to remedy this.
Do any of you have recommendations for rearsets that you've used on the track that are higher/angled downward like race rearsets?
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There are many: Gilles Tooling, Sao, Rizoma, Wood Brothers Racing, etc.....

My bet is you need to get your body off the centerline of the bike when cornering.

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Initially that's what I thought my issue was. Hence I held back on changing them last season. I'm at a point where my riding instructor suggested that I look into it . Obviously, he would be inclined to point out rider mistakes first.. The ones I've found are similar in orientation to the stock ones, or am I not gauging it correct and they are in fact angled/higher?
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You are not looking for any angle. What you want is something that allows you to move the peg higher via holes or eccentric action.

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Exactly yeah! Any recommendations ?
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Sato rear sets will be higher and allow adjustment fore and aft as well. If you have long legs, it will make it more difficult to move around on the bike.
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I installed the Gilles MUE2. I like them, I have not hit my toes or scraped my pegs since the change. I currently have the pegs set 2 3/4 inches up and 3/4 of an inch back from stock. There is a lot of adjustment and quality is good. Shipping was surprisingly fast. I almost got the SATO's but I liked the look of the Gilles in black and red a little better. Here is a link to the ones I ordered.

https://www.gillestooling.com/produk...6/rearset-mue2

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Those are very trick.

Nice choice!

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Thanks for the replies all! I do like the Giles ones, I might get these!
@silentservice703 It very possible that my Body position isn't quite there yet (I'm only 2 track days in), I'll work on improving it at Palmer again. Fantastic track!!
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Sanjaria,
I may be able to land my hands on near brand new set of Moto Corse rearsets, a mate who has far too much money and no time had a fully tricked F3, he took off all the good bits before selling the bike and I put my hand up for the rearsets, he changed the foot pegs and the gear lever knurled section and has promptly lost them ( he has the RHS foot peg), he assures me everything else is there, he spends a fair amount of time away on business so getting hold of him isn't easy. PM for me a price should be nearly half the price of a new set from a shop.

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