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​Spencer Cycle Announce's Grudge Racing Rear Sets for Suzuki Hayabusa and GSXR1000

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Spencer Cycle announce's production of Grudge Racing Rear Sets for Suzuki Hayabusa and Suzuki GSXR1000. The rear sets are machined from 6061 T-6 billet aluminum bar and feature a light weight design.

The grudge style rear set's main purpose is to allow the foot peg to move farther rearward and downward allowing the position of the rider to be more comfortable on the the extreme lowered and stretch drag racing motorcycles.

These will move the foot page around 3 inches rearward and 1 inch lower. The Hayabusa version that move the rear peg back 3 inches and lower it 1 inch are intended for turbo applications or bikes with Murray Side Winders. Versions for other side winders will become available in September 2014.


Spencer Cycle president Doug Ray said, "Our products are designed and manufactured in house from the initial concept to the finished product." This ability allows us to control all aspects of design and quality from the beginning of the design process through to the CNC machining and of course to final assembly of the product that is ready for use. 

Ray continued, "our rear sets will incorporate a rear brake lever as an option and will  allow the use the factory style rear brake master cylinder that will mount directly to our rear sets.

This feature/option can be added at anytime or removed without the need to re-purchase the product again for a set that has the mounting points such as competing brands now make the customer do.

The factory style shift lever will not work with these as we are developing a light wieght grudge shifter to compliment the rear sets.that will be released mid September."

A purchasing customer will receive a supplied product with stainless steel mounting bolts along with foot pegs and left and right side rear sets. Brake lever and master cylinder mounting bracket will be optional.

Scheduled for release beginning early September 2014.


 


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