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Has anyone purchased the tech-g regrets that are for sale on eBay? They look really nice but really, what can u tell from an ad? The best part is they are cheap, 260$ roughly. If yall have any info it would b really appreciated.
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I have them on my 900RR. Very pleased with them! One weird thing which is actually cool is the rear brake light switch is by pressure not spring/plunger!!!
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I have them on my 900RR. Very pleased with them! One weird thing which is actually cool is the rear brake light switch is by pressure not spring/plunger!!!
That's common on Sato rearsets and many others.
Sato supplies a pressure switch when their rearsets don't use the OEM brake light switch.
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That's common on Sato rearsets and many others.
Sato supplies a pressure switch when their rearsets don't use the OEM brake light switch.
Ive always used Gilles prior to this set so it was a surprise to me!
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That's common on Sato rearsets and many others.
Sato supplies a pressure switch when their rearsets don't use the OEM brake light switch.
you would hope for $500+ they could include a $10 pressure banjoe fitting
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Well, that settles it. Im really fond of gilles sets but there so high. Thanks for the info.
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Have you gotten the Tech-G rear sets? Theres a few of us on here thinking about getting set. What you think of them? Pics?
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this has been covered....use the search button

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