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BMW S1000RR ('17-'18)
REAR SETS

SATO RACING Rear Sets for 2017-18 BMW S1000RR are precision CNC-machined out of high strength billet aluminum and anodized in your choice of all-Black, or Silver or Gold anodized finish with contrasting Black base plates and shifter. Adjustable base plates and foot pegs give you 15 unique positions, ranging from near-stock position to more aggressive positions that bring your feet higher up and further back, so you can find the ideal position for your riding style. Shift linkage can be set up for stock shift pattern or reverse (GP-style) shift pattern.


The shifter and brake pedal utilize double stainless bearings for smooth, precise movement with
a solid, high quality feel.  The black cylindrical part above the brake pedal is a stopper that can be
rotated to adjust the rest angle of the pedal. The mount position of the pedal tip can also be adjusted.


The Foot Peg position is adjustable 5 ways, and the Step Plate has 3 possible mounting positions.
(Rear Sets are shown installed in
Position 1, which is the position closest to stock.)



POSITIONS

1 0mm 10mm Up
2 0mm 20mm Up
3 10mm Back 10mm Up
4 10mm Back 20mm Up
5 20mm Back 20mm Up
6 5mm Back 18.5mm Up
7 5mm Back 28.5mm Up
8 15mm Back 18.5mm Up
9 15mm Back 28.5mm Up
10 25mm Back 28.5mm Up
11 10mm Back 27mm Up
12 10mm Back 37mm Up
13 20mm Back 27mm Up
14 20mm Back 38mm Up
15 30mm Back 37mm Up

note: all measurements are in relation to stock position (0 mm).




Our Rear Sets provide a much wider range of adjustment compared to stock.


Stock shift pattern shown. You can switch to reverse pattern by relocating the shift rod to the opposite
end of the shifter. Multiple adjustment holes allow you to fine-tune the shift stroke to your preference.


The Foot Pegs have a finely knurled pattern for nice grip, along with a comfortable, intuitive feel.



BLACK BMW-S117RS-BK
$600
SILVER BMW-S117RS-SV
$600
GOLD * BMW-S117RS-GD
$600

* Click Here for important info about Sato GOLD-anodized parts.






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