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This rear set is fully adjustable, you can adjust this part to match your riding style. Come with foot rest pedal, shifter pegs and brake pedals, enhance the operability and comfortability. Perfect replacement for your factory foot pegs.
Made of premium quality aluminum, CNC machined, extremely durable and long lasting, waterproof and weatherproof. Perfectly match to your vehicle.
Installation manual not included. Easy to install.
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Condition: 100% brand new Material: 7075 Aluminum Alloy Rearsets amp; All Bolts Made From Stainless Steel Package included: Brake Rearset + Shift Rearset + Standard Shift Color: Same as the picture show Fitment: For Yamaha YZF R1 2007 2008 Features: 1. Knurled Foot Pegs For A No-Slip Grip comfortable and lower position on bike. 2. Fully Adjustable Positioning Of Foot Pegs To Suit Your Riding Style,To Allow For More Comfortable And Agressive Body Position. 3. Adjustable clutch lever separated from the footrest, for faster and more precise coupling. 4. Foot rest adjustable in different directions,it can be raised or pulled back to a precise position. 5. Shift Pattern: GP shift pattern + Standard Shift pattern 6. Rotating Controls, Double Stainless Steel Ball Bearings For The Both The Shift And Brake Levers, providing extremely precise movements. 7. Precision Made From CNC Machined Billet Aluminium, Then Anodized Black To Lasting Wear. 8. With very high torsion and stress resistance. 9. No Installation Instruction, please message us freely if you need installation technical support. Package Include: 2 x Foot pegs
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