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Old Jul 30th 2019, 03:38 PM   #1
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GiaMoto V4 Rearsets Install

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I think the controls are the most important part on the motorcycle so rearsets were the next mod for me. I don't like the folding pegs on the factory ones also they aren't nearly as precise. I had some "must haves" on the new rearsets they were the following:

1. Uses bearings
2. Uses factory brake light switch
3. Doesn't have the grid style adjustments
4. Compatible with DP Carbon heel guards
5. All Black yes Im a poser lol
So that's how I ended up with these. GiaMoto V4 Rearsets


The shifter side is very simple and straight forward so I only took pictures of the brake side because its a bit more involved. Now on the the install.
Tools needed
3mm Allen
4mm Allen
5mm Allen
6mm Allen
10mm open ended wrench "cresent wrench"
11mm open ended wrench "cresent wrench"
Torque wrench




What's in the box


I love that they included some of the design drawings adds a premium touch.
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You will have to do a bit of trimming to get the DP heel guards to fit perfect


I opted for the folding toe pieces



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Old Jul 30th 2019, 03:38 PM   #3
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After removing the lowers and the heel guards you should have this.


Remove this rubber tie


Remove these two bolts

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Old Jul 30th 2019, 03:38 PM   #4
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Slide the master like this. With the slack you have from removing the rubber tie you can wrap it in a microfiber and tuck it away.


Will look like this


Remove this bolt. I used a allen key because you don't have much room. I put some detailing tape here so I wouldn't scratch up the exhaust shield.

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Old Jul 30th 2019, 03:39 PM   #5
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Remove this bolt and the "L" shaped spacer bracket
Then remove the rearsets. Now you will need the 11mm open ended wrench for the brake light switch. The 10mm open ended wrench is for the nut that secures the actuator bolt.



Before I removed the nut and bolt that activates the brake light switch. I measured the distance from the nut to underneath the bolt head. So when I put them on the new rearsets I had a starting point.


Brake light switch hardware and heat shield bracket installed.

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Old Jul 30th 2019, 03:39 PM   #6
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Install the new rearsets and torque them to 25nm/18.4lb ft


Install the master cylinder body loosely. Slide in the pin then compress the spring to get the bolt started.



Should look like this. Torque specs on these bolts are 20Nm/14.8lb ft

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Before


After



Now you have a lot more room between the lower and the rearsets should make taking the lowers off less dangerous.


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Before


After


I was worried that my pitbull stand wouldn't clear. Crisis adverted.
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Thanks, great installation guide too. What are the adjustable positions relative to stock? Is there an option to retain the stock position?
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Old Jul 30th 2019, 06:43 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Sybarite View Post
Thanks, great installation guide too. What are the adjustable positions relative to stock? Is there an option to retain the stock position?
Yes and I adjusted mine to retain the stock configuration.

Here's their site.
https://giamoto.com/index.php?route=...product_id=617
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