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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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Anybody recognize these rear sets?

I saw these on an F3 out in Italy. I didn't see a brand name but the heel rest has a logo I don't recognize. I really liked them.

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Loads of parts for our bikes that are not easily found.. Spider has some pretty sweet stuff, and Passerini has loads of pics of stuff I didn't know was out there.

FYI if anyone is really interested there is a street version of the motoholders front and rear subframe available.

Just an FYI on the solid pegs, if you crash it is very likely you will snap off the mounting bosses, if the peg does not break away.

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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-08-2019, 09:12 AM
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Just a sidequestion: Are the rearsets universal for all F3 models, or are there changes to model years that make them incompatible?

The stock rear sets are pretty awkwardly positioned with regards to the rear brake imo.

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If you go to the site it says "GP EVO REAR SET CONTROL UNIT FOR MV AGUSTA F3 (2012/2019) (RIGHT OR REVERSE SHIFTING)"

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Ah right, thanks. Didn't catch it when browsing on my phone.

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