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post #1 of 7 Old 01-14-2005, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
 
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another rearset option

Just wanted to let you guys know of another rearset option we have here at the shop.

Arrow - Comes in blk too.

















The Arrow footrest kits are designed to improve riding position and make the shift lever action easy and fast when using the bike on the race track. This peculiar design is inspired to the Arrow official logo recalling the symbol of an arrow and it is based on Arrow R&D technicians long-term attendance to the major race track events throughout the world. Every kit is C.N.C. machined from solid billet aluminium ergal and it is equipped with a carbon fiber laser-cut boot protection. The foot-rest edge profile is manufactured using an innovative design such to provide a better grip to the riderís boot in extreme riding situation, thus allowing a better control of the bike traction. The adjustable foot-rest kit allows the possibility to individualize the riding position using the wide range of forward, backwards, up and down options. The Arrow footrest kits are available in two anodized colours: aluminium and black.
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post #2 of 7 Old 01-14-2005, 11:11 AM
 
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Are there any rearsets that allow lowering the pegs? I'd like to have the option of making it more comfortable for longer rides.
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Are there any rearsets that allow lowering the pegs? I'd like to have the option of making it more comfortable for longer rides.
They're fully adjustable like others so yes you can move the postion of the peg to adjust for your feet and comfort.
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What I was hoping for is something that will go lower than stock.
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