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Author Topic: Universal - Adjustable Rearset - more pictures and discount option  (Read 116582 times)

Offline 78KZrider

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  • Cuttin' and Weldin'
These look great. I am wondering if you know if they will fit on a '78 KZ650B? These would really do the trick on my cafe build.
1978 KZ650-B
VM29's
K&N Pods
Kerker 4-1

Cafe Converted

Offline Viet

  • Posts: 311
These look great. I am wondering if you know if they will fit on a '78 KZ650B? These would really do the trick on my cafe build.
I have checked with KZ440, the rearset is fit for the KZ440. However, I believe that (excluding the rod size that I do not know) the rearset will fit very good on KZ650 as KZ650 having full clearance for it to work on. If you want, pls send me your rod measurement, I will make 1 set of rod  for you.

Best regards,

Viet

Offline rocketman

  • Posts: 235
    • My build thread
I'd be interested also in kz650 rearsets!

Offline Viet

  • Posts: 311
Could you guys send me some measurements (as depicted in page 2 of this topic). I will make you a bolt on rearset for KZ650

Thanks

Offline Catbird

  • Posts: 410
  • DT250 epidemic - Patient Zero
I like that these are made from steel. It can be made thinner and more compact and survives stress much better than aluminum.

I'm considering this right now over making my own rearsets, as even with shipping it's very affordable.
'75 Yamaha DT250 restoration
'74 DT250 cafe racer

CAUTION:
Bullshit directly proportional to blood-alcohol level.

Offline rocketman

  • Posts: 235
    • My build thread
Viet, I'll get some KZ650 measurements up sat night for you.  I'd be looking for a complete set rods included!

Offline Viet

  • Posts: 311
Viet, I'll get some KZ650 measurements up sat night for you.  I'd be looking for a complete set rods included!
Send me your measurement, it takes few hours to complete those rods

Offline dawdish

  • Posts: 28
  • Cafe all the way!
Hi Viet, I've been reading through the posts, and I'm impressed with the versatility I see in the product. I have 2 bikes a CB400F and a CB500 Four and of course am looking for a good clean setup for them, do you think yours would be a good fit?
Moto Guzzi G5
CB400F
CB500F
CJ360T
CB's out the wazzoo for parts!

Offline Viet

  • Posts: 311
Hi Viet, I've been reading through the posts, and I'm impressed with the versatility I see in the product. I have 2 bikes a CB400F and a CB500 Four and of course am looking for a good clean setup for them, do you think yours would be a good fit?
Dear Dawdish,

I have research on CB400F and CB500F. First, you could mount my rear set to the rear foot peg position of CB400F and CB500F. Return to the clearance factor for the rear set, it needs at least 2 inches clearance from the rear foot peg mounting hole to your closest point on muffler. Second, please check on the measurements. I need your distance from rear foot peg hole to your gear shift shaft to make gear shift rod and also I need your measurement of rear brake rod (my guide is in this topic too). When you send me your measurement, I make you a bolt on rear set.

Hope to receive your support.

Viet

Offline dawdish

  • Posts: 28
  • Cafe all the way!
Dear Dawdish,

I have research on CB400F and CB500F. First, you could mount my rear set to the rear foot peg position of CB400F and CB500F. Return to the clearance factor for the rear set, it needs at least 2 inches clearance from the rear foot peg mounting hole to your closest point on muffler. Second, please check on the measurements. I need your distance from rear foot peg hole to your gear shift shaft to make gear shift rod and also I need your measurement of rear brake rod (my guide is in this topic too). When you send me your measurement, I make you a bolt on rear set.

Hope to receive your support.

Viet

I would be doing the 500 1st. And as you see in the pic, the passenger mount seems too far back, perhaps something in the middle.

The 400,(see pic) has no pass. mount, so I'm thinking something like the 360 mounts I've seen. Thanks ;)
Moto Guzzi G5
CB400F
CB500F
CJ360T
CB's out the wazzoo for parts!