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Rearsets on 919 asymmetrical?

I put the OEM rearsets back on my 919 and they are distinctly different left to right. Is this normal? I am assuming it is.


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Yup, right sticks out farther than the left


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Hmm,.. Never noticed...

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CAN NOT BE UNSEEN!!!! (mine are that way)


now WHATEVER YOU DO...... DO NOT, i repeat D O.... N O T, look at the 2 black screws on the face of each of the gauges and notice the bubbles on the face around those screws!

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now WHATEVER YOU DO...... DO NOT, i repeat D O.... N O T, look at the 2 black screws on the face of each of the gauges and notice the bubbles on the face around those screws!
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I think they are called 'stink bubbles'.

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I think they are called 'stink bubbles'.
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post #10 of 17 Old 11-07-2014, 06:21 AM
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what's a asymmetrical?
rear sets are mods mostly done to older bikes.
those is kald passenger peg mounting bracket's
don't got any, so clueless really.
hey u have friends that will ride with u
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CAN NOT BE UNSEEN!!!! (mine are that way)


now WHATEVER YOU DO...... DO NOT, i repeat D O.... N O T, look at the 2 black screws on the face of each of the gauges and notice the bubbles on the face around those screws!

you son of a..... i didnt even know what you meant when i read this. Fast forward a few hours later im starting my bike and i see it.... AND IT CANT BE UNSEEN!!

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you son of a..... i didnt even know what you meant when i read this. Fast forward a few hours later im starting my bike and i see it.... AND IT CANT BE UNSEEN!!
Now go out and check the lower exhaust hanger


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Now go out and check the lower exhaust hanger
...and your lower triple clamp for signs of rust

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...and your lower triple clamp for signs of rust
yup and yup....

exhaust is an easy fix.... rust eh w/e ... but them bubbles... you stare at them EVERY TIME you are on the bike.... muahhahahhaa

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post #16 of 17 Old 11-10-2014, 08:28 PM
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I'm pretty sure one ball hangs lower than the other as well....

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post #17 of 17 Old 11-11-2014, 01:01 AM
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Best you dont look at the thickness of the steel on the front engine mounts.....

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