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Old Jun 16th 2014, 01:01 PM   #21
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I was thinking either the Corsa or double bubble. I feel like it would help at about 80-90 when I still want to sit up but am going fast enough to lay down. It won't be the next thing I do but it's on the list. I think the stock rear spring replacement and rearsets are first.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 05:11 PM   #22
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I got a 2013 Pani S, I got the Lighttech and LOVE THEM!!!!!
There are so many different kind of adjustments that there's no way you can go wrong with them and I haven't had a problem with them.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 05:33 PM   #23
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i'd recommend rizoma rearset
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 05:47 PM   #24
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Sounds like you need to be researching which rearsets have the most range of possible adjustments. On the 1199, I've only ever used the Rizoma RRC. Strangely enough, they are the least expensive of all the rearsets I've seen - save the direct-from-Hong Kong knockoffs on eBay - since Rizoma parts are typically the most expensive in their respective categories. $664 at Motowheels.com with a membership discount.

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Being that you're so tall, I would imagine you've got proportionate feet. I wear size 11.5-12 boots and the Rizoma pegs are about as narrow as I would want them. Any narrower and too much of the width of my boot would hang off. Something else to consider.

I've used Woodcraft on other bikes, highly recommended especially if you're going to race or track a lot. As was mentioned, parts are meant to be replaced easily and many online retailers carry them.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 05:50 PM   #25
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Forgot to mention, you may want to shop here: BellissiMoto - 1199 Panigale Parts Index

These guys are great and give us forum members a discount off their website prices. Highly recommended.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 05:58 PM   #26
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sato also makes a nice set.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 06:01 PM   #27
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I echo Anti's comments.

I spent probably 5 hours mounting up the Ducabike versions. The bolts as shown in the lousy directions was contacting the swingarm, until the tech got mad and replaced the bolts with some they had lying in a goodie-box.

They aren't too bad, but after getting wet they aren't smooth and I have to lube them. I bought the Duca's last year after I got back from working overseas, so I didn't have a chance to see if I should return them or not.

Would love to have the Attack versions like I had on my 848. Those are some great rearsets! I have heard the Woodcraft are also very good.

I got the Duca's because they had GP shift already and I didn't wanna mess around with the shifter for track days. I had Woodcraft on my '03 GSX-R 1000 and they were awesome.

It's a tough call on rearsets. The Metal Tech versions seem pretty good too. I just wish the folding pegs and bearings like on the Attack Rearsets were standard across the board.

Bearings on the shifter side are crucial to smooth shifting IMO.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 07:04 PM   #28
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Thanks 1199SGold. I think the Rizoma's are the best, cleanest looking. Thats probably what I will go with unless something crazy that I haven't seen comes around. I'm used to the pegs and levers being small and that doesn't bother me much, as long as my feet can be relaxed while riding.

Thanks again to everyone else as well. Your input really helps.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 07:09 PM   #29
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My first set of Gilles had needle bearings which did seize up on me. They got replaced within ball bearings under warranty. Let them go with the old bike because I had a lowside with the stockers.

Got brand new ones for the new bike and since I had experience with installing them I managed to get a super tight fit out of them with virtually no play in the levers.
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Old Jun 16th 2014, 07:24 PM   #30
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The most adjustable I've seen are the CNC brand. I think the distributor is Carbonworld. Not sure of the price but they looked very nice.Pretty sure they are Italian made.
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