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Nice! Reminds me of acculign or rizoma. My last bike had acculign and level with Swingarm pivot since they didnt fold. Didnt want to scrape pegs . If you can, try it out. I like my legs level with seat to sit more on butt than roll on crotch.
 

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Nice! Reminds me of acculign or rizoma. My last bike had acculign and level with Swingarm pivot since they didnt fold. Didnt want to scrape pegs . If you can, try it out. I like my legs level with seat to sit more on butt than roll on crotch.
They are hotbodies racing, seems to be good quality. I adjusted them so they are comfortable for her, she likes this position much more then stock.
 

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Are they further back then the OEM rear set?
 

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Yes there back a little but could go more and they could come up a little. I'm gonna gradually move them to be more aggressive do she can ease into the feel of a more aggressive stance.
 

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They are hotbodies racing, seems to be good quality. I adjusted them so they are comfortable for her, she likes this position much more then stock.
They look great on bike, I saw the hotbodies pics online, but they look much better in a "real life" pic.

Think I know what I'm telling my girlfriend what to get me for my birthday:D
 

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They look great on bike, I saw the hotbodies pics online, but they look much better in a "real life" pic.

Think I know what I'm telling my girlfriend what to get me for my birthday:D
Thank you, they look even better in person. Super easy to instal, took about an hour total with locktighting everything.
 
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