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Sato Racing rearsets are premium components for the most discerning of motorcycle riders. The fit and finish of every piece is immaculate with absolutely no rough edges anywhere, few tooling marks and an overall logical layout. Parts are sculpted from high-quality, lightweight aluminum alloys that are then anodized in your choice of clear, black, or gold for a corrosion and scratch resistant finish. Stainless steel hardware is included with every kit that’s strong enough for racing and trackday use and most models also include a brake light activation switch for street use. MSRP $520 for Yamaha YZF-R6v.

Available for the YZF-R6 and most late model sportbikes, Sato rearsets offer a wide range of adjustability with footpegs that can be moved back, forward or up for most applications. Many rearset kits also include adjustable toe pegs and allow the user to fine tune shift and brake lever throw ratios to dial in a very precise feel. Furthermore, double-miniature ball bearings are used for the shift and brake levers for superb lever action.

Sato Racing parts are not yet available on our website – for more information, contact TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817. You can also email us with any questions you have – send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with SATO RACING R6 REARSETS in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

Sato Rearsets are available in black …

… gold …

… or silver (clear anodized) for most applications.

Footpegs are easily adjustable by changing their position within a set of slots on the rearset bracket.

Some models permit the adjustment of the overall height of the rearsets at the front of the bracket. In this way, the adjustment of toe pegs is not as critical, simply adjust the position of the lever through the shift/brake rod to your preferred setup.

All Sato footpegs have a knurled finish. Also notice the outermost part of the peg is beveled to increase crash survivability. Instead of losing the entire peg, the tip will likely break off, leaving you with plenty of room to continue riding safely.

Shift pegs, along with their throw ratios, also allow you to move the toe peg backwards or forwards for most applications.

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