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Old Feb 2nd 2019, 05:24 AM   #1
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Folding vs non rearsets

Iíve narrowed my choices down to CNC, Gilles and woodcraft.

Ive always run non folding pegs but am wondering if folding will be better. I do both street and track.

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Old Feb 2nd 2019, 05:54 AM   #2
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Interested in this thread as well, thanks for asking the question Iíve had in my mind for the Chicago cold/non-riding season!


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Non- folding IMHO

You will know they are always there, no matter what direction your foot is coming from
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Old Feb 2nd 2019, 06:37 AM   #4
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how about folding or non toe pegs?
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Old Feb 2nd 2019, 07:11 AM   #5
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I have ran non folding foot/toe pegs and folding they all crash the same. One of the things I like about folding toe pegs are they usually are bit longer so little bit easier to grip onto. Stay away from the nurled ones they will eatup a set of boots quick. If your running CnC rear sets get the Woodcraft folding toe pegs they will bolt right up.






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how about folding or non toe pegs?
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My personal preference is folding everything. This is more from the point of view of
not snapping off or bending the whole rearset/pedal assembly if dropped.
Then again I dont run crash bungs etc on my race bike either, so what do I know :-0
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Damn the CNC's look too good for the track.
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The CnC's are nice but do consist of more mechanical parts then say Lightec's. I am currently running the Lightecs and definitely simple and strong.


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Damn the CNC's look too good for the track.
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Iíve narrowed my choices down to CNC, Gilles and woodcraft.

Ive always run non folding pegs but am wondering if folding will be better. I do both street and track.

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I have these CNC racing in the Argento color on my 1299. https://www.cncracing.com/world/duca...le-series.html I set them up reverse shifting. On my S1000RR I have Gilles Tooling reverse shift with the upgraded foot pegs. And on my S1000R I have the lightech r series also reverse shifting.

If I had to do it all over again on my S1000RR I would install the Lightech R series with reverse shifting.

I love the CNC racing I have as well as the Lightech R series. You cant go wrong with them. The gilles are good but a few friends and others who had them on their bikes said the same things. After a crash on the track or on the street they dont always hold up. Dont get me wrong they shift nice and look good.
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I have ran non folding foot/toe pegs and folding they all crash the same.
WOW nice images Mick
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