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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-06-2007, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

I was looking at buying the rizoma rearsets here: http://www.pjsparts.com/catalog/prod...1a66103c33310b
but it says that the rearsets are not High-Mount Exhaust compatible. Could they me modded? Are there any other rearsets for a 1999 M750 other than cyclecat? Thanks -drumonster

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-06-2007, 06:46 PM
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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

They'll work with the" Rizoma passenger peg adapter kit" also available from PJ.
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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

You'll want these or these depending on your desire to carry a passenger

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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

What if we want to be "passenger free"?
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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

So if I don't want to run a passenger, it's fine?

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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

anyone?? anyone?
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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

lolz, I guess it's just u and me here, rick

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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

Looks that way...

Ok, posting the question clear as day, and anyone that knows PLEASE respond...

CAN I USE RIZOMA'S ON A HI-MOUNT IF I AM GOING TO STAY PASSANGER FREE

I'm now assuming yes, although They seem to be made to allow for the passanger mounts, which kind of makes them bigger than they need to be. I just don't want to fork over the $$ if they won't fit.
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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

It probably depends on the specific hi-mount pipes you want to get. I've got stock rearsets with Fresco high mount pipes on my Monster 620 and I know a guy who has a new 695 with rizoma rearsets. I've been thinking of buying rizomas myself and after we both looked over our bikes together we figured that the rizomas would probably work as long as you put in some spacers so they'll clear the pipes. To be honest, the only way you may know for sure is to order the rizoma rearsets and do what you can to get them installed knowing that you may have to return them if they don't fit.

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Re: Rizoma Reasets non high-mount campatible?

as klagdon says, the issue is the possibility of interference between the S pipe on himounts and the rearsets. You may be able to significant reduce the possibility of interference by replacing the lowmount pipe "arm" with spacers of the same thickness behind the rearset mount. This arm is not attached to the rest of the rearset- it simply sit underneath the rearset and shares a mounting hole.

this is likely to cure interference, but I cannot guarantee you won't still get some interference from the rearset itself, since it's nonstandard.



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