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post #1 of 13 Old 06-18-2015, 11:40 PM Thread Starter
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Chinese ebay rear sets

Anyone have experience with these rear sets from china? Can you adjust the footage height? Quality? Bueller?

CNC Golden Rearsets Footpegs Footrest for Honda CBR 893RR 919RR 900RR 94 99 New | eBay

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post #2 of 13 Old 06-18-2015, 11:53 PM
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For the money people like them... They don't make them for the cb919 unfortunately
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I stand corrected.

That's cool! I had the cheaper cnc pegs from china and liked them. These rearsets look pretty good and at $180 new I don't think you can beat them. Go for it
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Are there rear passenger pegs that match these? Sorry, you're way better at scouring ebay than me.



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I haven't seen rear passenger pegs yet.
If I do, I'll post em up here.

I've been watching these for some time.
But they are lower priority on my list ATM.

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As an alternative to new rearsets, I put these on and have been really happy with them:

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Interesting option, might go that route.

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If they are anything like the cheaper options for the Tuono that I've read up about, folks complain that they tend to flex and bend fairly easy. Would hate to snap a brake lever when you really need it (not that anyone should really be standing on their back brake that hard, but hey, sometimes it's fun ;-) ).

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As an alternative to new rearsets, I put these on and have been really happy with them:

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I used the 25mm equivalents of these, to get my feet lower, not more rearward, but you could rotate them however you wanted.

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I used the 25mm equivalents of these, to get my feet lower, not more rearward, but you could rotate them however you wanted.

TFG 40mm CNC Adjustable Front Foot Pegs for Honda CB900F Hornet 02 05 06 07 | eBay
That's another great option. Just to be clear, the ones I posted are rotatable about the mounting point to you can go pretty much wherever you want, including downward.

I wanted to go back to give myself some more room for my feet so I went back and down. An unexpected benefit is that I've found I can now span the distance from the passenger pegs to the front pegs with my feet. I flip the passenger pegs out when I'm going to go on the highway, put my heels on back, and it makes for a really comfortable riding position.

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I ordered the peg replacement DSQ recommended. Will post photos when in the bike

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post #13 of 13 Old 06-20-2015, 07:45 PM
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Pretty sure none of those Chinese ones will actually work on the CB900F. CB919 is essentially the later variant of the CB900RR, and I think that is the market those pegs are oriented towards. I may be incorrect though. I just didn't want someone seeing 919 or CB900 and getting confused

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