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worth every credit card penny (which is worth less than regular imaginary paper money);)

who knew !? rearset do make a difference :confused::)

on the shifting side aka the clutch side ;)

shifting is always a little loose on stock shifters :(
when wearing sandals , the squids might miss a shift or two and claiming the shifting on the bike sucks :mad:

not with the sato rearset , shifting is sharp :cool:
no "miss shift" :)
you can adjust the shifter , the foot peg and you can get a reverse shifter for you track-head ...... talking to you Aufitt :cool:

on the brake side aka the brake side :confused:;)

same thing , fully adjustable , making the rear brake alot tighter

i know all the Xspurt say "don't use the rear brake bro"-loser,
but with this model motorcycle , you need every inch of braking power

me personally , use the rear brake for "safety purposes";)
but also with regular every day riding on this model :)

so , if you got any imaginary paper money laying around or even better some credit card money , get them , they are real , you can install them on you cbr250 .... and they are sooooo worth it. ;)


BTW- aftermarket part boxes , anybody notice anything fishy about them ? , because all the ones i get say "not fot street use , track use only" :confused::confused::confused:

notice some of them say "not for stunt use" :eek::D .... yes !!!!

she's officially has her "track ready" badge , not she needs a "track combat-action" badge :cool:
 

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Which one did you go with Sniper ??

POSITIONS

1 10mm Back 10mm Up
2 10mm Back 20mm Up
3 20mm Back 20mm Up
4 20mm Back 30mm Up
5 30mm Back 30mm Up

How does it feel having the pegs moved back and higher in your daily rides ??
I was looking at getting a set of these. Just do not know how far back and up to go.
 

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Which one did you go with Sniper ??
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How does it feel having the pegs moved back and higher in your daily rides ??
just put them on yesterday , but the few rides i got in so far , they where on point :cool:

and i just looked notice that the shift side was at point 1 (im guessing lowest)
and the brake side was on the middle point (3?)

no wonder it felt funny :D

but now im thinking to put the shifter at 3 , after a few more test runs to feel which is better.
(sato recommends trying positions before applying lock-tight)

but the over all feel so far is great :)

will feature them on my Track Ready video , which is coming soon ;):cool:
 

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Can you post pics? Would love to see them on your girl
 

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Very nice.

And yes the stock rose joint where the rod is loosely riveted to the gear lever is rooted (Aussie technical term :) )and needs a weld on my bike.

ps, Tyga are half the price and replacement parts available.
All the better to crash with.
 

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Looks very nice.
 

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Very nice.

And yes the stock rose joint where the rod is loosely riveted to the gear lever is rooted (Aussie technical term :) )and needs a weld on my bike.

ps, Tyga are half the price and replacement parts available.
All the better to crash with.
1-thanks
2-had to read the term twice , amerika no too brifght
3-would have order from Tyga but im still waiting for my 42 teeth sprocket i order like 2 years ago , thanks for reminding me Aufitt

and of course BTW- Crashing is not an option on the streets , but on the track or on the stunt lot is inevitable.:cool::(

keep it short and sweet for you Aufitt :cool:
 

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Tyga rearsets dont crash worth a crap, trust me i know. I will be buying these satos
 

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Can you get replacement parts for Sato's?
 

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Im sure you can Auffit
 

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im ashamed to say , i don't know how to post pics :(

i'll try to make a quick clip :)
Hey, I just learned how to post pics, here's a step by step process:

1. Take pic
2. Put on computer
3. Upload to picasa on web
4. Go to picture, right click and get location
5. Hit picture icon on new message on forum
6. Paste address
7. Admire the fact that you can now do what everybody else knew how to do years before, but you were too embarrassed to ask.
 

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I'm not too thrilled with the stock rearsets. Very clunky shifts, even in my Sidis, and I find myself stomping my downshifts because of the angle of the peg and the shifter. I hear lots of great things about the Sato rearsets and am thinking of splurging on these instead of the half-priced Yoshimuras or the $250 ebay sets.
 
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