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This is a discussion on 09-11 rearsets. within the Ninja 650R Accessories forums, part of the Kawasaki Ninja 650R category; I've had my 09 for a while now. 21k miles on the clock. I would like to buy rearsets but I can't find them anywhere. ...

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    09-11 rearsets.

    I've had my 09 for a while now. 21k miles on the clock. I would like to buy rearsets but I can't find them anywhere. The only set that I have seen is from woodcraft for north of $350. That's too much for me. Ebay and Amazon are littered with 12-16 model year sets. But nothing for 09-11. Does anyone know of a source for these or something listed for a different model that can work with a little modification?

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    Hi mate, I had the same issue and ended up getting a set from
    RSV racing in Thailand. https://www.rsvracing.com/en/

    They took a while to manufacture and arrive but they do the job. They even have passenger pegs
    They aren’t as good as some brands though. If you search my build thread here you can see them but theres also a guy called “Tremonte” on you tube that’s done a video and on another Kawasaki forum.

    If i was to spend the money again though id get these, they look better and i dont need passenger pegs. :-


    https://www.carpimoto.it/en-AU/Bike_...to/Search.aspx

    If you find others though let me know as well....
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    I went with the RSV rearsets as well. I have yet to pop on the passenger pegs for them though, and only ride them as solo. For the $$ shipped to the US, I think they're worth it. Took me a couple hours with a beverage to install, which went smooth. I didn't have to flip my rear banjo bolt like some others during the install, I think due to my progressive rear shock being slightly different coil than the factory. That was a nice surprise. Took them a few weeks to arrive from Thailand, but they did arrive and packaged well.
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    IMG_4847.jpg

    Not sure if you can see them or not, but here they are in black without the passenger pegs attached.
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    That looks nice man !
    Here’s some pics of mine a bit closer up
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    This is great, thanks for the quick replies. How far back do these move the pegs compared to the stock pegs?

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