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    Rear Sets - Lightech *NEW*
    on: January 04, 2023, 06:07:00 am
    January 04, 2023, 06:07:00 am
    FTRTR005R - R Version Rear Sets
    Code FTRTR005R
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    R Version Rear Sets
    https://www.lightech.it/en/prodotti/pedane/pedane-r-version/ftrtr005r-pedane-regolabili-r-version.html

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    Re: Rear Sets - Lightech *NEW*
    Reply #1 on: January 09, 2023, 11:40:27 pm
    January 09, 2023, 11:40:27 pm
    Recently fitted a set of these, look and feel pretty sweet.

    If you go for them, you will require a 765RS rear brake switch bracket which mounts onto the rear of the carrier. Allows you to retain the rear brake mechanical switch.

    The kit comes with two different sized shift rods for road (120mm) & race (110mm).
    But as our M2 quick shifter has an integrated ball joint you will need to purchase a 150mm shift rod to align eveything at aprox 90degrees for road pattern shifting.
    I have one on order, once fitted correctly will upload a new image.



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    Re: Rear Sets - Lightech *NEW*
    Reply #2 on: January 10, 2023, 02:03:53 am
    January 10, 2023, 02:03:53 am
    Hmmm!!!... those Lightech look fabulous...

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    Re: Rear Sets - Lightech *NEW*
    Reply #3 on: January 23, 2023, 03:40:40 pm
    January 23, 2023, 03:40:40 pm
    Hi Dodge072, Those Lightech rear sets look great  :062: did you get them from the UK dealer in Hemel Hempstead ?

    I would be very interested in the details of all the parts finally required for the road shift set up and how you find it performs  :028:

    Do the foot pegs positions roughly match the original peg positions if wanted, it is just that my bike is mainly for the road and I would like to maintain the original peg positions if possible so my knees don't have to bend up much further   

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    Re: Rear Sets - Lightech *NEW*
    Reply #4 on: February 07, 2023, 04:00:51 pm
    February 07, 2023, 04:00:51 pm
    Hi Jay, sorry for the delayed response.
    Yes I purchased these online from Reactive Parts (hemel Hempstead)

    Before I began fitting the new rearsets, I took some quick baseline measurements of the OEM foot pegs from the subframe bolt under the seat.
    Approx 36cms. Can confirm the 1st position on the top tier is a match (check pic for yellow dot) .
    Next I measured the distance from heel lever/selector approx 13-15mm.

    Brakeside is easy as the brake pedal/lever slides left to right for refined adjustment.

    Shift side will require a bit more trial and error
    You will see that the gear selector is mounted to the side stand. But there is room for adjustment, so should be able to mirror your existing set up.
    I'm planning to do this myself after I've swapped out the kit supplied 120mm shift rod for a 150mm, then do some fine adjusting once the weather starts to warm up.

    Will put up a full review once I've used them in anger.


     



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