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Morning All

Just a quickie.

I was recently punted off, low speed so managed to save any serious damage to my Brutale and me. Not to sure in what order of importance to put that?
So now have the little task of sourcing a few bits and pieces (for the MV). I've had a reasonable look around the various web sites for replacement parts, most are pretty good when it comes down to mirrors, carbon, levers, etc, but I can't seem to find any rear sets that appear better in looks and function than the stock MV's. Plus at the end of the day I could probably get away with replacing only a few parts of the stock rear set.
In the infinite wisdom that's out there could anyone point me in the right direction?

Best Regards

Simon.
 

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I think the rizoma rearsets are nice. From the functional point of view the Sato seems to be a good choice.
 

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i have the rizoma's
my wife thinks the stock ones are looking better, but in combination with gear set it looks real nice (what does my wife know about bikes)
 

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MV Blackie said:
i have the rizoma's
my wife thinks the stock ones are looking better, but in combination with gear set it looks real nice (what does my wife know about bikes?)
Mr. Blackie: Remember, she picked you. Don't ever question your wife's taste without looking in the mirror. :stickpoke Just kidding.
 

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Went with Gilles adjustables on my 07 910R. Have had them on my Hayabusa and Aprilia RSVR Factory also. Well maDE, good amount of adjustment range.
 

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dearpixel said:
Simon,
You dropped your brute? Let me guess. Long night out.
Hey Mervyn

No morning after to recover from. Though my girlfriend and I had a blast in Ministry that weekend. Got to bed at around 08:30 Sunday morning. So would have missed the pre-ride breakfast.

Got punted by a road sweeper, don't laugh! $4000 worth of damage and that's without the labour.

I'll keep you updated.

Si.
 
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