Are you looking for more ground clearance for a steeper lean angle? Want to customize your CBR1000RR for more comfort on the street? Or just looking for some ultra trick rears sets to set your bike apart at the next bike night? Our NEW MGP fully adjustable Rear Sets enable you to customize your riding position in terms of height and longitudinal position, so as to perfect your connection to the bike.
All MGP rear sets are CNC machined from aircraft grade T6 6061 Billet aluminum and electroplated with a durable finish. They come pre-assembled and use bearings to eliminate friction on the foot lever. They feature a spring-loaded rear brake lever return and include a bracket for the brake light switch so they can be used for the track and for the street. The rear sets feature adjustable foot peg placement, with selections to move them forward or back, or higher or lower. The rear set kit consists of the rear set plates, foot pegs, heel guards and all of the needed hardware (shift rods, etc) to install.
- CNC machined from T6 6061 Billet Aluminum Available in Gold or Black with Red Accents
- Fully Adjustable to suit your riding style – Race or Street
- Multiple Adjustments for Footrest, shift, Brake and Toe Peg
- Return Brake Spring to prevent dragging your brakes
- Includes Mounting bracket and Spring for OEM Brake Light Switch
- Knurled Foot Pegs with Plastic end caps
- Can be set up for GP Reverse Shift Pattern
- Complete kit – no additional parts required
- Easy to install – fully Assembled in the packaging
*Always use locktight when assembling on your motorcycle to prevent coming loose while riding.
Purchased a set of these for my 13 cbr1000rr. Quality on the product is overall good and everything you need came with them. Install didn’t take long at all and I really enjoy the foot position I’ve dialed them into. There is however a couple of issues I’ve found with them. The two bolts that mount each side to the frame itself aren’t very high quality. And the first time I went out for a ride this season they began to corrode. Nothing that can’t be fixed by just buying a nice set of stainless hardware from your local hardware store but something I didn’t expect to happen on a product from a company like hotbodies. Also, on the passenger side I began to realize when I started riding someone harder and moving my body around the bike my heal would begin to catch the kick stand (specifically the piece that sticks out to assist you when lowering the kick stand). After getting frustrated with that I then just removed that ear off the kickstand. Personally this seems like small stuff when it comes down to it because the overall position is good and I assume on any other adjustable set I would of placed them in the exact location and would have done the same thing regardless of brand.
But I give them a 4 out of 5 because the overall quality, fit, and finish is all there just little things like the mounting bolts and the kickstand issue.