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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-06-2019, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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Hi all.

Gonna open this up to some debate. I'm unsure of what brand to go with when it comes to getting some aftermarket rearsets. I've been looking over varies brands (Giles, L2S, Pro-tek and harris) and they all seem very appealing. I'm just looking for your guys personal opinions on the sets that you've bought to maybe sway me to go for one over the others.
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Sato Racing. Not cheap, but good quality.
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Sato and Moriwaki is all i use on my builds.

The quality is excellent.
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I am running TSR rearsets, they a very simple looking and very nicely made. Maybe some other manufacturerss have a few more adjustments, but the TSR are very nice
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Hard to beat sato.

The TSR are nice for sure, I like the simplicity, but sato are top tier for rigidity, quality, and adjustability
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Gilles are not the most rigid
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I’ve had Vortex on my last few bikes. Not quite as glamorous as what’s been talked about so far but they are comparatively inexpensive and parts are readily available if there’s ever a drop.
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Woodcraft are nice and less expensive because you use the stock levers.
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I have Bonamici rearsets on my track only setup. Excellent quality. Biggest downfall was waiting three months for Moto-D to get them in.

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