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post #1 of 12 Old 03-26-2013, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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Sato rearsets help

Need help. Got these used and I cant get the rear brake cylinder to line up. I have the passenger pegs, so not sure if I need longer bolts or if Im supposed to use the collars. And the main body of the rearset is counter sunk for the bolt the passenger pegs are not. Can anybody post a pic of the rear master cylinder with passenger pegs so I can see what its supposed to look like, maybe back view or side view, Ive seen some from the front and its hard to tell.

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Hopefully this is clear enough. My passengers pegs mount to the outside, and there are some spacers on the inside of the rearsets then the master cylinder. All get bolted together.
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Brute you have one of the switch, think he sent me the wrong one as well

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The pressure switch? This is the only close up that I have. The pressure switch, which I believe it is made by Spiegler, came with rearsets when I bought them new.
I am sure there are other mfgs that make them too.

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I bought my Satos used and the PO included a new switch... I am pretty sure it is this one:

Woodcraft Rear Brake Light Switch - 10 X 1.25mm Banjo Bolt | MotoSport

pretty easy install... I just cut and spliced the wires. When I sold the rearsets and put it back to stock, I left the pressure switch installed.

As far as the mounting of the brake cylinder, I did mine the same as Brute. I think the original installation instructions for the passenger pegs had the diagram.

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Man I dont remember spicing anything with the last rearsets. I must be getting old. Guess Ill be ordering one of these now. What a pain in the ass this has been. Note to self buy new next time.

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Man I dont remember spicing anything with the last rearsets. I must be getting old. Guess Ill be ordering one of these now. What a pain in the ass this has been. Note to self buy new next time.
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Its it was all in that same purchase as what we talked about. Almost there tho. Ive been sick so no biggee except for the extra $

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You can get the 10 x 1.25mm switch from many places that are pretty affordable. Just search with the term, "banjo brake pressure switch". One of the cheaper ones I have seen is Jakewilson.com for around 14 bucks but the actual boot I have found at motorcyclesuperstore.com for around 5 bucks and it looks the one above in the picture. MCSS part # is 26782. The boot is probably good to have on but I had a switch on my old Hawk and to be honest I never had any issues (nor has the current owner).

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Thanks guys

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Note to self buy new next time.

Hehe Can I throw in another generically understated "I told you so"

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Yeah yeah was trying to help someone out too, but yeah your right !

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