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Old August 3rd, 2019, 10:05 PM   #1
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Rear set recommendations for track 848

I知 finding for my track bike I知 not getting enough adjustment out of my eBay (Sato)knock offs.

I知 not looking for bling, I want good fitment and adjustment the will get the pegs higher and further back off the tank. When I知 setting up for my turns I知 having to get into the proper gear first then move my body position.


Vortex?
Woodcraft?

Others?
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Old August 9th, 2019, 10:30 AM   #2
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I LOVE my NOT knock off Sato rearsets. Have had them on the MV prior and now the Ducati.
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Old August 10th, 2019, 07:12 AM   #3
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I don't have any experience with anything but Woodcraft. All the Ducati track riders that I know use Woodcraft. Therefore, I'm going to suggest Woodcraft...
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Old August 12th, 2019, 11:20 AM   #4
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I LOVE my NOT knock off Sato rearsets. Have had them on the MV prior and now the Ducati.
I like mine as well and they work just fine for the street bike.
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I don't have any experience with anything but Woodcraft. All the Ducati track riders that I know use Woodcraft. Therefore, I'm going to suggest Woodcraft...
Yep but when I look at them I don't think they are going to get me where I want to be.

I went with these...

https://www.motodracing.com/bonamici...098-1198-D1098
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I知 very pleased! The quality honestly is just as good as my eBay knock offs. But the adjustment and design are exactly what I wanted.

Check out how far forward the old red foot peg / chrome toe peg on the right side are located, that痴 as far back and up they would go.

The new rearsets; black foot & toe on the left are further back and up. I知 61 and have struggled being able to lock in on the tank with my legs while in the turns and getting off the tank so I can drop my elbow. Haveing them higher up helps getting by ass off the seat and further off the tank allowing be to tuck with ease.

A few more design features, spacers for the mounting points, this helped in clearance issues and gives a little wider stance on the balls of your feet.

The rear brake cleans up nicely perfect install and got rid of the linkage.

Crazy amounts of adjustability.
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Why on earth did I wait so long!!! It痴 night and day on the track.
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Man you must be tall as hell. Im high and forward at 6' because it was the only way to get my knees properly up into the tank.
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Man you must be tall as hell. Im high and forward at 6' because it was the only way to get my knees properly up into the tank.
6'1 and 3/4 but shrinking

My instructor said I was too far up on the tank, there was no way to get back with my old rearsets, I now have better ability to lock my knees on the tank.
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