Best rearsets for the Panigale V4

Aug 2019
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Thanks DucatiKev Those were the ones that I were thinking about ....do they lower the pegs more than stock and also are the pegs longer?
 
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Feb 2016
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Normally I would always recommend CNC Racing, then Lightech. But in this case I think I would recommend the new Gilles Tooling design. They actually have the most adjustments to them and go as low as 1.4 inches. And the best part about them is you dont have to unscrew anything to adjust them. This is the newest design to any rear sets on the market. You just push and rotate to where you want them to be. Here is a link to the gilles tooling site. I will shoot you a PM Rearset MUE2, schwarz
 
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Nov 2018
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I'm running Bonamici, the race pegs you can get for them for them are ridiculously good. Though they are so sharp and grippy they may damage to soles of my boots in time though hahaha.

Something to be aware of... I like mine in the highest and most rearward position possible. Even in this configuration, I can't get the gear shifter low enough without hitting the kick stand.

I have no idea how anyone with the pegs any lower get on. This is not only an issue with Bonamici, it affects most other rearset brands too.

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Jun 2019
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Normally I would always recommend CNC Racing, then Lightech. But in this case I think I would recommend the new Gilles Tooling design. They actually have the most adjustments to them and go as low as 1.4 inches. And the best part about them is you dont have to unscrew anything to adjust them. This is the newest design to any rear sets on the market. You just push and rotate to where you want them to be. Here is a link to the gilles tooling site. I will shoot you a PM Rearset MUE2, schwarz
If I read the Gilles info correctly they do not go any lower than the factory position. Most of the adjustability with respect to factory peg position is up and back.

Attack are one of the few rearsets I have seen that allow adjustability down from the factory position for touring comfort and up from the factory position for track use.

Attack allow +12mm (up) and -24mm (down) but if you reverse the mounting brackets swap the left one for the right one, you get an additional 28mm up.


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I have the Gilles and have no issue riding in higher position than stock. I don't know why I'd want to have it lower than stock, but to each their own. If I wanted to ride comfort, I'd just jump onto the GS.
 
Feb 2016
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Arcticwhite I stand corrected. You are right. I looked at the diagram very quickly and looked at the numbers more than I did at the diagram