Vortex Adjustable Rearsets Honda CBR600RR 2007-2016
A lot of adjustments!
Love this rearset there is so much adjustments. Took me couple rides to make it perfect. Instructions was very clear unlike woodcraft instructions. I have a 2011 cbr600rr with gp shift. The only thing u would need to do is cut the lower fairing side where the shift rod comes out. Very small hole which I'm ok with.
February 1, 2016
They really didn't make this for Honda..
These Vortex Rearsets really are fantastic but beware if you're purchasing it for an odd-year CBR600RR or especially if you thought it may fit the CBR600RRA (ABS model).
I didn't realize, but these aren't actually made for the ABS version because the ABS control module is physically in the way. I ended up siding with the Rearsets and taking the module out completely. Plus, if you have an odd year CBR which has the 'full' faring, you'll actually have to cut it for the linking rod fit. All this and the brake side won't raise up and move back to it's full height since there isn't enough play in the brake line.
SO. With that in mind these are still fantastic, but know what you're in for.
August 10, 2015
I have this on my 07 r6 and it fits great. The new foot pegs have a lot better grip than the stock ones. The install was a bit tough with the supplied instructions, but if you look online you can find videos or other write ups with pictures. since you can adjust them you can set them to your liking.
I would also purchase a brake light pressure kit with this. I usually flash my breaks by using my rear breaks. After i installed these I had to bleed my system even though i didn't open it up. I did that when i installed the pressure switch. make sure you get the right thread pitch or it might not fit your bike.
December 1, 2013
At first I was hesitant on making the purchase because other reviews had said that the pegs are very sharp and might eat up your boots. After trying it, you won't regret it. It actually grips your boots so it won't slide and you can actually depend on the pegs to keep you supported as you shift your weight. Also, having a higher ground clearance is always a plus, especially after scraping the stock ones multiple times.
There was an issue with one of the parts though. At least for 07-12 CBR600RR, Vortex admitted that they had a faulty design. The tolerance for the hole that goes to the transmission knob was so tight that it will literally chew up the thread on the bolt. Called Revzilla, and they suggested to call Vortex. Vortex sent the replacement (fixed) part immediately. Never had a problem since.
June 25, 2013
nice finish, good adjustment, easy to fit.
really good value, easy to fit and adjust for GP or street shift.
March 26, 2013