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In need of Adjustable Rear sets

Hello everyone. I’ve been looking for a new set of rear sets, but I feel like we are a bit limited on what’s out there. Anyone have any suggestions? I’ve looked at Lighttechs set but they are pretty pricey. I’m thinking of the cnc set as well. Any input would be appreciated.
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I had lightech on my F4, were ok but I recently changed to Valtermoto which are much better, better quality and better grip.
I run CNC on my Dragster which are also pretty good, similar to lightech but not in the same league as Valtermoto.

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I had lightech on my F4, were ok but I recently changed to Valtermoto which are much better, better quality and better grip.
I run CNC on my Dragster which are also pretty good, similar to lightech but not in the same league as Valtermoto.
I’ll have to check them out. I’ve heard of about 5 other brands that would fit the MV but never Valtermoto. Thanks
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I’ll have to check them out. I’ve heard of about 5 other brands that would fit the MV but never Valtermoto. Thanks
From what I know, Valtermoto supply the rearsets to the RC team, certainly when I saw Camiers F4RC it had Valtermoto rearsets installed.

I got mine at quite a good price from Evolutionbike, even though they are not on their website (at the time), drop an email to Gabriele, he is very helpful.

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I run rizoma rearsets. Nice discrete look in the black and offer nice grip, plenty of adjustment, have heel guards on both sides and still look new after 15,000km. I am happy with them.
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