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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 12-02-2016, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Owlman View Post
I've noticed that Nobunaka sells the "spare parts kit" at a discount when purchasing the rearset ... build quality/failure a concern, or is it more for those who take it racing with increased risk of hitting the ground?
For the racers yes, wish I'd bought the spares myself too, as laid it on its side not long after buying them.
Build quality is exceptional for the price; fit and finish is excellent and bound to last the life of the bike. Only two gripes with it and one was since rectified. The gear connecting rod was too long and needing cutting for people who want the pegs in the lower-front position. I reported this to Nobunaka who said they'd address it; and sure enogh the 2nd rod they sent me for replacement after my accident was indeed the correct length.
The other issue is the peg bolts just don't seem long or strong enough... although they will 'suffice' the peg angle develops a slight bend at the bolt eventually, like a degree or two. Cost me all of $4.20 from a bolt shop to get 15mm longer ones of a higher grade strength which are just right

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post #42 of 42 (permalink) Old 12-24-2016, 03:13 AM
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My set of Nobanaka rearsets arrived the other day. Manufacturing took a few days longer then they estimated so they chucked in a set of spare foot pegs. I went with the full black set rather than with the red because I didn't like the different red with my tricolor. Also painted the bottom heat shield black which really tidied things up.

Quality for price on these rearsets is great, along with the customer service.
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