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919 Rearsets

Ok i know there are aftermarket rearsets like the Sato's for the 919 but wayyyy too pricy. has anyone adapted via adaptor plates ect a set for their 919? I want to keep the stock ones so that I can throw them on if I plan on riding 2 up but would like a set just for 99% of my riding solo.

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I found 2 different sets on ebay but each is well over $300, I was thinking more of a set from another moto like the cbr 900 ect.

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Someone had made a set of plates with multiple holes but I can't remember who it was. The holes weren't threaded tho.

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I have OEM's modified for solo riding. They are also powdercoated black. If all you are looking for is deleting passenger pegs these do look very nice. Does not modify foot position though.

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Dano, what are you looking to do? Are you trying to adjust your foot position or just get the look of a solo set?

PS - Love the way your 919 looks! I'm going for something similar this spring.

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I started down the path of adapting a set of CBR rearsets to the 919, but I lucked into a set of Sato rearsets for cheap.

If it helps at all, what I did was compare pictures of various rearsets on Ebay to the Sato rearsets (and to the stock sets) to look at what was a viable set. IIRC, ten year old CBR 600 rearsets were looking promising, but that's about all I remember.

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I'm in the earler stages of the adapter plates for the CBR900 rearsets mod. Made a template from poster board now have a wooden one almost done. Problem being, I've been spending most of my free time fixing up a beater '03 CRF450R.

The ideal is to use the wooden template for final adjustments and as something for the flush cut router bearing to follow after cutting the 3/8" aluminum 1/16" or so proud of the lone.

I have the rearsets so I'll try to get them mocked up this weekend and post pics.

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Dano, what are you looking to do? Are you trying to adjust your foot position or just get the look of a solo set?

PS - Love the way your 919 looks! I'm going for something similar this spring.

I think the uglyist thing of the 919 is the rearsets, why combine both rider and passenger on one? stupid. there are lots of bikes with dual underseat cans that have separate pegs!

I want to change for the looks mainly and maybe move up and back a bit for a better tuck. I would cut up a stock set however they stockers are going on ebay for just enough $$$ that it would be silly to buy when a little more would buy a set of nice race ones.

I found a set from Italy that look promising, sell for 139 Euros but they wanted 59 Euros to ship WTF? The seller is looking to see if there might be a cheaper shipping option.


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Here's a pic of the wooden template. Just need to hand sand the inside corners where my DIY drum sander couldn't get, double-check measurements and drill.

BTW, the "it looks like a bent dick" comments won't offend me.
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I'm in the earler stages of the adapter plates for the CBR900 rearsets mod. Made a template from poster board now have a wooden one almost done. Problem being, I've been spending most of my free time fixing up a beater '03 CRF450R.

The ideal is to use the wooden template for final adjustments and as something for the flush cut router bearing to follow after cutting the 3/8" aluminum 1/16" or so proud of the lone.

I have the rearsets so I'll try to get them mocked up this weekend and post pics.
No this sounds promising!! what year CBR 900 would fit? have you thought about the shifter linkage??? Guess I just might have to start looking for some used 900 rearsets. Keep us informed.

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No this sounds promising!! what year CBR 900 would fit? have you thought about the shifter linkage??? Guess I just might have to start looking for some used 900 rearsets. Keep us informed.
'02 900 for no other reason than my bike is an '02. I'm going with the CBR'S shifter and brake lever which is nicer anyway but I just have the rearsets and ankle guards and some hardware for mock-up.

Again, hope to mock one up this weekend with wooden template. I'm thinking I'll likely have to cut the shift rod and weld a length in but we'll see. This will also need the switch, bracket, bolt and spring.

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Skip the stock switch since it's cheap plastic and breaks easily
just use a banjo bolt switch


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Skip the stock switch since it's cheap plastic and breaks easily
just use a banjo bolt switch
Got a pic Dan?

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The one I just picked up was a Goodridge unit, part # PBL992-32CH, found it on Amazon


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Very cool.

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Instead of cutting and welding to make the shift rod longer get an adjustable extension for the shift rod.



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you got a pic of those on the bike?

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Here's a pic of the wooden template. Just need to hand sand the inside corners where my DIY drum sander couldn't get, double-check measurements and drill.

BTW, the "it looks like a bent dick" comments won't offend me.
Why are you showing us a picture of a wooden mock up of a bent dick?... weirdo

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Why are you showing us a picture of a wooden mock up of a bent dick?... weirdo
Cuz he didn't have a straight one to pattern it after???

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Cuz he didn't have a straight one to pattern it after???
Exactly! Gotta' make another one, that one wasn't fitting right.

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Instead of cutting and welding to make the shift rod longer get an adjustable extension for the shift rod.


Very nice. Where would I get those?

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that one wasn't fitting right.
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Cuz he didn't have a straight one to pattern it after???
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Very nice. Where would I get those?
I just did a google search for honda shift rod extenders. There were numerous hits.

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I just did a google search for honda shift rod extenders. There were numerous hits.
Cool man. Thanks!

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Cool man. Thanks!

Did you ever finish these up?

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