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Hello everyone, Attack Performance makes some awesome products for the ZX-10R racebike [smilie=3: , and they offer all of those goodies to us as well. The Attack rear sets are some of the best on the market. Fully adjustable, very grippy footpegs, and very good overall feel, not to mention, top quality. I have these on my bike and love them. The Attack stand lifts bolt to the back of the swingarm and provide a lifting point for use with stands that have pins. I also got these for my bike but have not yet installed them. The package price for both will be 540 shipped. Feel free to PM me with any questions, or give us a call at the shop, 818-789-0833. Also look for pictures in the pictures and video section, as i will be posting them within the next couple of days.

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You have to drill and tap the swingarm either way. The shark guard mounts to the bottom of the swingarm while the stand lifts mount ot the back and inside. Any shark guard will wok fine though if you just want a shark guard.

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You have to drill and tap the swingarm either way. The shark guard mounts to the bottom of the swingarm while the stand lifts mount ot the back and inside. Any shark guard will wok fine though if you just want a shark guard.

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You're right about toe guards. My idea was all about allocation of Attack's production capacities: I doubt that these stand lifts are going to be popular enough. Although each on his own...
 

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Call me a short bus student, but what's the purpose of drilling and tapping your swingarm to accept those attack style lifting points on the back of the swingarm, as opposed to using the stock spool mounts? Is there some advantage to having your stand a few inches farther back that I don't see?
 

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Well the main advantage to the stand lifts is that they have a caliper guide built into them. They were desigend to help in quickly changing the rear wheel. Anyone who has taken the rear wheel off the bike probably knows that the rear caliper can be a pain is the ass. The caliper guide keeps the caliper in place, so that the wheel can be removed without moving the caliper. Plus i like the way they look[smilie=b:

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I see said the blind man to his deaf wife, over the phone! Thanks for the info. I didn't realize they held the caliper in place. That is a nice benefit!
BTW, what size 208 do you have out back, 180 or 190?
 

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That is a 190/50 208RR, unfortunately we dont get them here in the states.

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I'll bite, where does the RR fit in with the ZR and the GP? somewhere in the middle I'm guessing?
 

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Ya its pretty much right between the ZR and the GP. Its a track day tire for a street rider, kind of like the Diablo Corsa, Pilot Power and Metzler M1. Wont wear out as fast as a GP but has way more grip than the ZR. I would have gotten the GP but you need to lengthen the chain to fit it, because the GP is a 190/60.

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