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  • Gillies tooling rear sets , thoughts

    Has anyone purchased these rear sets
    What are your thoughts ,
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    Gillies tooling VCR38GT
    • CNC machined from high-grade billet aluminum
    • New slimline design adds beauty and weight reduction
    • Newly redesigned footpegs for optimal traction
    • Fully functional for both street and track use
    • Can easily be converted to GP shift pattern
    • Fully adjustable: 3.5cm horizontal adjustment, 30° vertical pitch adjustment and rear master cylinder mounting bracket
    • Carbon fiber heel guard
    • Available in hard anodized: black/black, black/gold, and gold/gold
    REPENT MOTHER FUCKER
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  • #2
    i personally think gilles are one of the best branded rearsets on the market. and one of the best looking....very 'technical' kinda look.

    that particular model is practically infintely adjustable thanks to the design compared to other brand which have set holes drilled limiting you to only 6-8 positions.

    i think they're one of the most expensive rearsets on the market too...

    you pay for what you get as they say.

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    • #3
      Had mine for 3 years now.
      Awesome bit of kit, super adjustable, no regrets.
      Riding - Living the dream...

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      • #4
        They look absolutely mint. If the adjustment works well I'd say it would be well worth the investment.
        Originally posted by Desmo
        Why be a cunt about it?

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        • #5
          +1. Ive had these on my last 2 bikes & cant fault them. They are very well made & the adjustments are pretty much unlimited. As mentioned, they arent the cheapest around though.
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          • #6
            Cheers people
            Yep they do cost a lot, i have / had some reservations on the infinate adjust set up. But a positive feed back from PSB peeps i respect.
            Off to spend big bucks whilst enjoying the exchange rate
            REPENT MOTHER FUCKER
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            • #7
              The only thing I could fault with them
              Is that they have a bit too much flex in them.

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