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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by aardvark9 on Yesterday at 09:12:44 PM »
*Originally Posted by Camaro765 [+]
I would Love to get a set of the Triumph ones but if they are as everyone says I dont think thar will be possible. With the Bonamici I have been seeing some people saying you need to remove the side stand? Is this true? I use my bike for commute as well as for fun so a deleted side stand is a forsure no go for me.
Don't forget the Lightech 'R' version, they are very highly regarded and quite pretty (and priced accordingly). It appears that they use the OEM shifting setup so the side stand is retained natively.  It looks like Revzilla/CycleGear has them in stock.  It appears that they specify our D765 bikes.  https://www.lightechuk.com/lightech-triumph-daytona-765-2020-r-version-adjustable-rearsets-32603-p.asp

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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by DoingOK on Yesterday at 09:12:15 PM »
The Bonamici does not require any stand removal for the setup I have.  There are different configurations to purchase. https://www.motodracing.com/bonamici-triumph-daytona-675-r-rearsets-th03
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by Camaro765 on Yesterday at 08:30:52 PM »
I would Love to get a set of the Triumph ones but if they are as everyone says I dont think thar will be possible. With the Bonamici I have been seeing some people saying you need to remove the side stand? Is this true? I use my bike for commute as well as for fun so a deleted side stand is a forsure no go for me.
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by ChaWARma on Yesterday at 10:30:40 AM »
Triumphs are for me the most beautiful 👌🏼

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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by aardvark9 on Yesterday at 01:57:15 AM »
*Originally Posted by DoingOK [+]
Purely aesthetics.....I just like that they were Triumph parts.  I'll probably barely ride this bike and I won't be tracking it (I'm a 4-wheel variety instructor).    Just a pretty toy in the garage to go with my other toys. (I'm old....57 ;-) )
The Triumph ones were pretty, I really wanted them to work for my purpose!
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by DoingOK on Yesterday at 01:49:30 AM »
*Originally Posted by Camaro765 [+]
Thank you for the quick responses.
DoingOk how come you went with the Triumph over Bonamici?
aardvark9 how do you like that Attack rearsets? I have been seriously considering them mostly for the adjustment. That titanium color looks so good imho.

Purely aesthetics.....I just like that they were Triumph parts.  I'll probably barely ride this bike and I won't be tracking it (I'm a 4-wheel variety instructor).    Just a pretty toy in the garage to go with my other toys. (I'm old....57 ;-) )
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by aardvark9 on Yesterday at 01:40:54 AM »
*Originally Posted by Camaro765 [+]
...how do you like that Attack rearsets? I have been seriously considering them mostly for the adjustment. That titanium color looks so good imho.
I'm really pleased with my setup with the Attack Rearsets and my hodgepodge shift linkage.  The catch with the Attacks (IMO) is that the shift linkage follows the original semi-convoluted path of going through the frame spar.  With that setup, even with some spacers moving the left base plate and shift linkage a few mm out on the left, it's still awfully close to the swingarm if you use the street/standard shift setup.  If you go with the race/GP shift option, there should adequate clearance.  I complicated matters on my own bike by using a carbon swingarm cover which further reduced clearance.  Just to be sure I wouldn't have any interference, I switched to what is essentially the Woodcraft shift linkage while using the rest of the Attack portion (plates, brake lever, pegs, guards).  This gives the shifting a more direct path, more like most sport bikes.  The stock linkage routing is trick to look at but it's not particularly efficient.  The 675/765 platform is the only one where they do something like that, even the big Speed Triples go direct.  I've posted more details about exactly what I did in this thread:  https://www.daytona765.com/index.php/topic,442.msg4171.html#msg4171  I'm very happy with my rearset setup for track use.  The heel guards are in exactly the right spot (for me, I put my heel on top of them in cornering), the pegs are super grippy (if you move your feet a lot while riding, you will tear up your boot soles), the fit and finish are really nice, and spares are readily available.  Again, this comes from a track perspective, I've never put rear sets on my street bikes.

EvolTech has some really nice rear sets and their products are huge with the MotoAmerica teams but they are really race-only as you have to delete the side stand and re-plumb the rear brake line--it's too tight to use those rearsets with the stock line because they move the rear master cylinder back quite a ways .  I'm hoping to work with them again this year to try to get some modifications because I really like the rear sets but I'd like to have different heel guards and an official side stand provision (as soon as I was finished with my last race last year, I'd bolt the side stand back on!).

I'm not familiar with Bonamici or Lightech rearsets for our bikes but from what I've read on this forum and various FB groups, the Sato is the most complete and tested for our specific bikes and it sounds like it comes with the race/standard shift option out of the box.
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by Camaro765 on Yesterday at 01:05:45 AM »
Thank you for the quick responses.
DoingOk how come you went with the Triumph over Bonamici?
aardvark9 how do you like that Attack rearsets? I have been seriously considering them mostly for the adjustment. That titanium color looks so good imho.
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by aardvark9 on January 25, 2022, 10:47:51 PM »
*Originally Posted by Camaro765 [+]
I am trying to decide what rearsets to get. Between Sato, Attack, and Bonamici. What are you using and how well do they work? Any modifications needed and if so what did you have to do?

I'd think it has quite a bit to do with the intended use.  If you are planning to do track days/race, I'd be inclined to go with ones where spare parts are readily available.  If that's the case, look at a US-based company (assuming you're in the US) who has a good reputation for parts availability and/or are widely used at the race track.  In Northern California, Attack, EvolTech, and Woodcraft are all very popular and some of the most commonly damaged bits are interchangeable with rearsets for other bikes.  I don't have any experience with them but I've heard that Sato is quick with replacement parts.

If you're just looking for something pretty, Lightech and the Triumph upgraded ones (which are unicorns at this point) are the nicest looking that I've seen, though I'm pleased with the look of my goldish-silver billet Attack rearsets with the matching heel guards.  The Triumph upgraded ones don't have a lot of grip on the pegs and the range of adjustment is not as appropriate for track ergonomics and there's not a native way to do race/GP shift (I had a set but sold them a long time ago).
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Modifications, Accessories, and Appearance / Re: What reasets to get
« Last post by DoingOK on January 25, 2022, 10:18:55 PM »
I really like the Bonamici rearsets and purchased them because I couldn't find the unicorn-like Triumph units.  I received the Bonamici rearset but happened to also find the oem Triumph units.  I have the Bonamici's for sale and can save you $150+ dollars.  I never used them and only started to install them.  My for sale post:  https://www.daytona765.com/index.php/topic,517.0.html

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