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This kit features two position brackets, along with adjustable eccentric pegs, for a custom fit that is both comfortable yet provides optimum ground clearance for racing. The standard shift setup keeps your rod running through the frame, out of harm's way, while utilizing the stock shift rod and quick shifter. The GP shift setup uses a special Woodcraft reversing link.
The complete rearset kit consists of the rearset plates, footpegs, 3 piece billet pedals, heel guards and all of the needed hardware to install the kit properly. They are made from tough, aircraft grade 6061 T6 Aluminum. They are much stronger than OEM brackets and will give your bike a look that will separate you from the crowd.
Great in a crash, the best peg texture, not a good fit for S1000RR
The summary sums it up!
- I crashed with a brand new set of these on. I had a lowside on the track at 40mph. The peg was ground down by almost an inch, didn't bind to the road and there was no other damange to any of the rearset - no breaks or bends. With a new peg, it all looks like new.
- Forget Vortex (unless you want downwards adjustment) - those pegs will destroy your footware. I think these pegs have a perfect texture for grip, but not medieval spikes.
- On the lowest settings and with a stock exhaust, the brake side lever hits the servo casing of the S1000RR. If you are over 5'10" this will happen to you as you won't have the option to angle the lever up enough to avoid this. I only realized this after spending an hour getting everything prepped and installed the night before a trackday. I removed the plastic case and now ride with no servo cover. Not good if I get caught in rain. I was very suprised at this from Woodcraft, but again, I didn't want to go through the return process and didn't have time before my track day. I'm guessing that most S1000RR owners who buy these don't have a stock exhaust... or perhaps they are very short!?
July 21, 2014
Good to go but requires a lot of tweaks
All in all this is a fantastic product but man was it a PITA to put together. I understand some of the assembly requiring adjustment in order to function correctly but it really was frustrating putting all the parts together. It would have been nice to have an initial setup completed then a detailed note explaining how to adjust it from there rather than having to put the whole thing together.
I have two main points of contention with this setup. First, it requires you reuse a bushing from the brake side rather than furnishing you with a new one. It was next to impossible to remove from the stock rearset and BMW couldn't get me one for two weeks. I chose to essentially destroy the stock rearset in order to get the bushing out. Now there is no returning this bit to stock if I ever thought about selling.
Second is the adjustment of the shift side. I've got it to the point where it functions flawlessly riding solo, however once I'm two-up it puts the swing arm higher making downshifts extremely hard/impossible. I honestly haven't played around much with the settings to see if I can fix it but I believe it boils down to the design of the shifter assembly.
Overall it's a high quality light weight product and for the price you can't beat it.
March 3, 2014
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