Woodcraft 05-0403B Yamaha R3 Rearset - STD Shift
- Spare Parts
- CNC machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and offer more than twice the durability of OEM rearset brackets.
- 3-piece Pedals giving you an even stronger assembly and continuing our tradition of easy part replacement.
- Our trick knurled footpegs give supreme feedback and the best traction available today.
- Woodcraft rearset kits offer eccentric foot and toe pegs for adjustability (where applicable).
- Virtually any part in our rearset kit can be purchased separately from our kits under the Spare Parts tab
Kit Specific Details
Shift Pattern: This complete rearset can be used in STD shift only.
Peg Movement: Moves pegs 1" to 2" up and 0.75" to 1.5" back from the OEM position. The eccentric toe pieces give also you 0.5" of adjustability in all directions to help you fine tune your lever position.
Quickshifter: Push type quickshifter.
OEM Parts: Woodcraft rearsets assume you are replacing OEM rearsets. This kit utilizes some OEM components - see exploded drawings for details.
NO FOLDING TOE PIECES
WITH FOLDING TOE PIECES
RS 660 Rear Sets
Everything about this product feels well-built and solid. While not necessarily the most "flashy" design, I find a beauty in the utility and purpose-made look to these. They function flawlessly and I have peace of mind knowing any single component is replaceable.
Amazing product, easy to install. Works great.
I received the rearset in a timely manner. The installation was easy with the instructions that came with it. I installed the rearset on my 2022 Kawasaki ZX6R to convert it to GP shift without changing the stock quick shifter. I am satisfied with Woodcraft for fast shipping and high quality material used into making this rearset. I highly recommend this product!!!!
Rearsets for Daytona 675R 2014
Great, solid product. Fit my Triumph Daytona 675R '14 perfectly. The adjustability helps alot. Word of caution for people new to loc tite lol: the instructions say to apply loc-tite on several components - I would say don't apply it at first (or use the lowest sticky loc-tite, for example blue) until you find which adjustable position works best, than go back and apply the tough (e.g. red) loc-tite. I got over confident and applied red loc tite - quite an ordeal to readjust. The instructions also get a few things out of order but you can figure it out as you go through the process.