Ok the Sato rearsets are friggin awesome! They are not only the best rearsets I have ever tested (which is why I keep putting them on every bike I get), but on the RR they make the shift throw a little shorter so each gear is just a very short click with the boot & the pivot linkage is reversible so you can run a GP shift pattern.
For those of you that are not familiar with all the benefits of these rearsets let me give you some basic info:
The general purpose of rearsets is to get the foot pegs up & back from the stock position usually for more ground clearance a well as a more aggressive riding position that racers prefer. The Sato rearsets have 7 positions of adjustment ranging from 0mm back & 10mm up to 20mm back & 30mm up
The Satos use double ball bearings instead of bushings in their levers that make for a very solid, but extremely smooth action. They are very well built, in my opinion they are the beefiest design I have seen with very thick mounting plates & designed to be crashed in that the pegs work like frame sliders when the bike goes down & the parts themselves are specifically designed to bend instead of break-off. The reason this is important is because if the part breaks off it renders the rearset totally useless. If it just bends then generally you can continue to use them until a time comes that you can make proper repairs. Having said that spare parts are almost always in stock from Dan Kyle & if he doesn't have the part you need in the spare parts cabinet he won't hesitate to bust open a brand new box of rearsets to get you what you need so spare parts are literally just a phone call away & you dont have to wait for weeks for it to show up like with some other brands on the market Put all those things together & its hard not to appreciate the effort & quality that Sato puts into their products.
Available in Black, Silver & Gold
Race Version GP shift only
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