Rear Set Sale- Very Limited Time


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Have a few more on hand than normal, clearing out some shelf space.

Billet 6061, 360° indexable, stainless bolts.

$80 shipped in the US. International, they run right about $30 to ship.


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Does it come with any linkage?

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Does not.

Just a universal control set.
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Just a hand full left. Going faster than I thought they would on the Facebook groups.
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I got linkage parts from for my Tarozzi rearsets. You can prob find something that will work with your bike there. They should all work with these rearsets without problems, I'd think. These look JUST like Tarozzi rearsets, at half the price!

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ChopperCharles said:
I got linkage parts from for my Tarozzi rearsets. You can prob find something that will work with your bike there. They should all work with these rearsets without problems, I'd think. These look JUST like Tarozzi rearsets, at half the price!

Tarrozi has a big slot cut in theirs. In doing that, they have to cast them thicker, making them heavier, and still weaker than billet.
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Do you machine these yourself? Do they have metric threads? I don't like my Tarozzi's that much because of the weird mounting. Yours have a bolt instead of a shaft with (SAE) threads on the end. Your rearsets would have been a lot nicer to work with on my V65 Magna, that's for sure.

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They're tapped for a M10x1.5 bolt.

And, yes, make each and every set in house.
Going to expand this out to my bolt-on kits as well.

Everything necessary to bolt-on and ride is provided. Requires simple hand tools to install. You can have them on and riding within half a hour.

Controls are billet 6061 aluminum. Indexable 360°. Linkage rods included, with heim joints. Brake and shift tabs to go on the brake and shift shafts included as well. The RD and CX sets come with a brake cable, and everything necessary to install. Bolts are all stainless. I build each and every single set of these myself. You won't find a higher quality set on the market.

CB350T- $200
CB350F- $150
CB360- $200
CB450- $200
CB500- $150
CB550- $150
CB750 SOHC- $150
CX500- $375

RD250/350/R5/DS7- $300
XS650 $200.

For black levers, add $25.
For folding levers, add $50.

Prices do not include shipping. All the bolt on kits ship USPS Medium Flat Rate, at $13.40. I do ship world wide. Canada and Mexico are $40, the rest of the world runs $65.
vwrabbit said:
Still have any universals left?

I do.

If you'd like a set, shoot me a PM with your e-mail address, and I'll send you an invoice via PayPal.
If anybody's still making this kinda stuff? I'd love to see something with a single tubular bar stock for the pedal arms, rather than perforated flat plate as a triangulation - a single tube would be much more like an OEM set-up. THAT I would buy. And I suppose it's an unpopular attitude, but I DON'T wanna make the bike LOOK different - Just functional ergonomic stuff is all. Probably the best version I could dream up would be a shortened welded OEM pedal with a shortened re-drilled lever arm on the back-side of a lightened hollow pivot tube, so as to preserve the original ratio of the bell-crank mechanism and thereby prevent the brake from becoming "Wooden" feeling. Then all you'd need is a relocated pedal pivot and you're golden! If it didn't work on the 'F-bike's rear disc & master-cylinder without further mods, one could swap to a rear master with the integral miniature bell-crank mechanism and bob's your uncle the pivot could be relocated just about anywhere. Strikes me that the pedal pivot hole is a substantial bolt-up lug which a really decent rear-sets bracket could hang OFF of, though it doesn't fix the left-hand-side it does present a fix for the brake side without any welding to the original frame - just a brain-fart. But yeah, with the integral bell-crank pull-type rear master, you don't NEED the huge heavy pivot tube anymore, and could use just about any type of pedal that suits your fancy - No need for the secondary link from the new pedals to the original pivot shaft using a splined-lug on the outside face.

For those who LIKE the splined lug thing and the doubly complex Dr Seuss / Rube Goldberg machine style of the TAROZZI style system with the bell-crank rear-sets linked to the bell-crank of the original pivot, then linking to the master-cylinder OR the lever arm on the drum's shoe-cam shaft - There's a decent pairing between the GL1200's pivot shaft and a splined lug which fits on the backside of VF750F/VF1000F etc rear brake pedals - If you look at the bike and see no splined joint on the outside of the pivot which is to say the shaft is integral to the pivot itself and the joinery is on the INSIDE of the bracket - that's the type which has the funny lil' LUG back there, hidden away. It's got a hook for a brake-light switch spring (which is dumb seeing as you can get the banjo bolt with integral switch - unless of course it's a race-bike with so sensitive a set-up that the "electric banjo" (Cue ... well, anything by PRIMUS) that the electric banjo-bolt might soften your feed-back etc? Sounds like nonsense really - Okay, let's say you're doing it all up PERIOD-CORRECT, OR perhaps you're running a drum-brake in the first place? THEN you'd appreciate the thing having a spring-hook to connect to your brake-light switch! Not very long of a lever-arm on the things, which I suppose could be thought of as a GOOD thing - when you're using the smaller pedal arm, you might wanna mess around with the leverage ratio of your overall system, preserving the "action" and preventing that "Wooden" FEEL again? In which sense, that lug might be fitted to the outside face OR the inside face, using the arm on the pivot shaft itself, perhaps a cut-down VF pedal with integral shaft perhaps? The VF pedal has a very short pivot shaft, the GL1200 has a very LONG pivot shaft. I suppose that's whatcha call "flexibility" - Thing is, it probably fits a whole bunch of OTHER models, too - Perhaps the CB900F "Sport-Kit" which has the narrower shaft - Hmmm - a few I know that it DOESN'T fit, would be the '82 CB750F/CB900F USA-spec (forward controls) pedal OR the CB1100R with the alloy pedal (those two match though) NOR does it match the Euro-spec sport-kit style rear-sets type pedal mounting for the Euro-market CB750K DOHC-4 (the DOHC-4 'K-bike with the alloy passenger-peg brackets rather than integral steel welded to the frame) THOSE models definitely don't fit the GL1200/VF750F spline! But I'd be awfully tempted to try, say - the extra short chromed-steel pedal from SOHC-4 CB400F for instance?

Come to think of it, there's also a SUZUKI version of the same thing, involving parts from earlier GS750 vs early-'80s GSX1100E type of stuff - It's worth searching Suzuki GS pedals on eBay 'cause you'll find it before too long.

The point being, these short-armed little splined "LUG" pieces are available all over eBay junk-yard breakers' listings, and so if you're buying any OTHER spares from these outfits, you might as well take a 2nd look and see if you can't match up a pivot shaft with a short-arm lug for an all-OEM version of the TAROZZI and/or BIMOTA thing.

Conversely, the Tarozzi catalog lists a piece for just about all of the '70s Superbikes which the likes of US might be messing with - I'm sure there are a few which DON'T fit though? Motocicli Veloci also lists aftermarket lugs from the likes of Bimota, in a few different versions which Tarozzi might not have. But all of THAT stuff is gonna run you around $40-$50ea plus trans-Atlantic shipping, which is approximately the same as shipping half an hour across the Canada/USA border, so IMHO probably well worth getting it from Italy 'cause THEY don't have a dude with rubber gloves who does a pelvic exam on you when you arrive pick up the package....

As far as the first couple sentences, the splined pieces are cut, and broached, on a mill out of a chunk of billet. Nobody is going to take the time to weld them up out of tube. That's a waste of time, and added cost.
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