sato drag rear set and cornering




B Rad

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does anyone have experience with the sato drags contacting pavement when cornering?

I only ride on street. not lowered or stretched. Have dual 2 bros slip ons

just want some more comfort. already have the soupy riser. and don't like the buell peg look.

thanks for your input
 

methyman

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The buell peg is 1 inch lower, the sato are 1.5748 inches lower and 0.9842 back. I never scrapped with buell pegs but I had to have my toes on the foot peg or my feet would scraped the ground. I think you might like the McIntosh foot pegs because they move back 3 inches and 1 inch lower.
 

B Rad

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The buell peg is 1 inch lower, the sato are 1.5748 inches lower and 0.9842 back. I never scrapped with buell pegs but I had to have my toes on the foot peg or my feet would scraped the ground. I think you might like the McIntosh foot pegs because they move back 3 inches and 1 inch lower.
Those look nice but they're Definitely going to hit my exhaust 3 inches back it's kind of far
 

B Rad

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Depends on your skill level.
If you can corner hard enough you'll definitely drag them at 1.5" lower than stock.
I just ordered a 6 inch over swingarm so now I really got to rethink what I want to do with the rear set. Thank you for your input
 
#6
On my project bike, I have Vortex. With the street pipe, I had them set all the eay down and back. Bike is lowered, and going around corners, my toes drug.

Hope this helps
 

GoldenChild

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#7
also with drag rearsets they mainly for turbo bikes so you can adjust them all the way down to push into beams.. a right exit mid pipe will restrict the lower settings...
 

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