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post #1 of 5 Old 09-22-2006, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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I'm dangerously close to spending big $$$ on these. Does anyone have any thougths to push me off the fence on this. I could easily fall either way.

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I'm dangerously close to spending big $$$ on these. Does anyone have any thougths to push me off the fence on this. I could easily fall either way.

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Oh man... if you want talking out of them.. not gonna happen from those of us that have bought them. Pretty sure I speak for everyone with the Sato rearsets.. no regrets.. wish I would have got them sooner.

Besides.. look how effing bitchin they are:




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I agree with Moto, they are killer. They make the bike feel a lot more sporty, I feel more secure with them, it helps the 919 shift killer, and of course, they look great. I didn't have the money when I bought them but I did anyway, glad I did.

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I'm falling off that fence!!!


Wasn't there a line from an Eagles song- 'She can't take anywhere you don't already want to go'?

Something like that

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I agree with Moto, they are killer. They make the bike feel a lot more sporty, I feel more secure with them, it helps the 919 shift killer, and of course, they look great. I didn't have the money when I bought them but I did anyway, glad I did.
Great description! The Sato rearsets do make the bike feel more sporty and the solid feel does wonders for your confidence. Completely smooth shifting and braking. Worth every penny as far as I am concerned.

FYI: I keep all my stock parts so I can sell the bike as a stocker and then sell all the trick goodies on eBay separately. Assuming that I ever sell her. I kept my last bike for 19 years... and it was a complete P.O.S., unlike the 9er which may not be the bleeding edge of technology but is still such a fine machine.

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