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Author Topic: Making the 796 to 1100 rearset change... question  (Read 1194 times)
Charlie98
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« on: May 08, 2016, 05:32:19 PM »

I've got a set of 1100Evo rearsets I'm fixing to swap onto my 796, the only part I have a question on is the rear brake actuator rod...  they are 2 different parts between the 796 and the Evo.  Does anyone know if it's a big enough difference to justify the $32 part?  ...or, in lieu of that, if you could measure your 1100Evo rod and I can check mine...

TIA   chug
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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2016, 01:15:29 PM »

Is the riding position that different? Would have thought the main difference was the exhaust mounting? Huh?

Wait for the experts to comment on that brake linkage. Seem to recall they are touchy and it gets ugly if you screw up..., but I plead Halfsheimers.  Wink

BTW, ever get your front brakes working?
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« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2016, 02:49:11 PM »

Is the riding position that different? Would have thought the main difference was the exhaust mounting? Huh?

Wait for the experts to comment on that brake linkage. Seem to recall they are touchy and it gets ugly if you screw up..., but I plead Halfsheimers.  Wink

BTW, ever get your front brakes working?

The riding (footpeg) position is nearly identical far as I can tell... but it eliminates those big fangs that hold the passenger pegs, and then you will be able to see the rear wheel in all it's single-sided swingarm glory.

TBH, I haven't been out but twice since that outing... and it wasn't quite so bad.  That doesn't mean there is a problem, it just means I haven't had time to sit down and fool with it.  I have new pads, I really need a stand to put it on so I don't have more to fix after I pull the front wheel off... if you see what I mean.
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« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2016, 02:33:13 PM »

you can adjust the push rod to fit.... everything lines up theres enough thread to work...
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« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2016, 04:57:16 AM »

you can adjust the push rod to fit.... everything lines up theres enough thread to work...

Just got the rest of the small parts from AMS yesterday... now I have to find some time to get it done!
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« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2016, 08:57:54 PM »

for the record, the 1100 evo rearsets are like half an inch higher than the stock chicken wings
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« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2016, 05:16:55 AM »

for the record, the 1100 evo rearsets are like half an inch higher than the stock chicken wings

I held them up against the mounted stock ones... they looked very close.  Every little bit helps keeping my size 12's off the road...
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