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post #221 of 258 Old 08-02-2012, 06:30 PM
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What do you think of these, do they feel sturdy, and well built? I've been curious about them, but their low price is making me wonder about their build quality.


Is it me or does the pushrod on the rear master cylinder look misaligned?

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post #222 of 258 Old 08-15-2012, 01:45 AM
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If you get a set of the Driven rear sets, order a set of brake lines 1" lover standard. The perch for the brake line on the heel guard pushes the brake line up to high and you can't adjust past standard.


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post #223 of 258 Old 08-15-2012, 02:41 AM
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Best rear sets I've ever had.
Attack all the way.
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Best rear sets I've ever had.
Attack all the way.
+1 have a set on the GSXR, looking for some for the CBR now.

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Inspired by the posts above (would Remy lie?), I got a set of Attack Performance rears. This is the first time I've changed my rears, but they are indeed the best I've ever owned!









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^ I want those..HAAARRDDD. I can't findm for my '07 though..


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hi guys
I'm looking for rear sets for 2007 cbr


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That looks like the shift linkage will rub on the frame.
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^ you can put spacers in a few places to get the shiftrod from rubbing on the frame.
1) 2 bolts for the footpeg.
2) each end of the shift rod.
3) shift spindle holder.

but what helped the most, if you have the sato racing shift spindler holder is to slide it forward a little. I finally have enough clearance (1mm). so annoying, b/c when it rubs you get stuck in a gear. happened to me this weekend, on a 80 mile ride home, luckily freeway, had 5th and 6th, and that's it. finally I was able to stomp it to 4th, and took a way home off the freeway with no stop lights, so I could roll thru some stop signs (safely).

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Gilles on my 12

Installed Gilles a couple of days ago.
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