rearset adjustment preference?
yoober at gmail.com
Sun Feb 24 17:15:43 PST 2008
After looking at some pictures it looks like my pegs stick out farther
than the typical rearset pegs. Part of that is because of the
adapters, part is because of the OEM mounts. I bet this is why mine
still drag even though they are moved up while yours don't.
On 2/16/08, Ernest Montague <afm199 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I don't drag pegs with my setup. the svs is .75 higher than the naked.
> Is your sag/spring rate correct? I have run 1.5 up and back, just hard
> on my knees. Actually it is the up that is hard, the back is easier.
> On Feb 16, 2008, at 12:24 PM, Erik Weber wrote:
> > Are you asking which people would like better, holes or sliders? I've
> > never tried the slider type so I couldn't say.
> > 2.5 inches up and back from the stock *naked* position doesn't seem
> > like that much to me, I'm a little surprised by what Ernie said. I
> > think that's 1.5 inches up and back from stock "S" position, right? I
> > would use every bit of that. I already use 1.0 inches up and back from
> > stock "S" position, my rear ride height is up, what, 1.5 inches or so
> > with the Penske and I still drag pegs before using all of the rear
> > tire (it's pretty close though). So it seems one more half inch in
> > either direction is not absurd. Hope I've got my numbers right.
> > What also is important to me is choice of pegs. I like aftermarket
> > pegs that are still mounted with the OEM spring returns. I like being
> > able to drag the pegs just a tad without worrying about it.
> > I don't think I'm a typical customer so you should solicit more
> > opinions. :)
> > Erik
> > On 2/15/08, matthew patton <pattonme at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> which do you folks prefer in a rearset?
> >> infinate adjustability from stock SV-N to a little over 2.5" back and
> >> 2.5 up vs adjustable range from stock SV-N raised 15mm to 2.5" back
> >> and
> >> 2mm shy of 2" up?
> >> I just wondered which had more appeal.
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