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The SV1000 K3 Naked has the rear sets with the worst finish, I have seen.
(The year after Suzuki changed them to a nicer looking finish).

I realy like to change them to some nicer looking aftermarked parts.
I have looked at a lot of different makes like: Sv-Racing Parts, LSL, woodcraft, ABM, Lucas.
But I would like the keep the position (or almost) of the pegs on the "N model" for comfort.
And these nice looking aftermarked rear sets, seems to been made for the S model, and moves them way up and back. And I dont need that..

I suppose the riding position is the same on the SV650 N.
Hoping for some good advices.
 

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you could just clean yours up and have them powdercoated or anodized :dontknow:
 

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Then I think I need a CNC mill to clean them up..

And I like som "trick" looking ones instead.
Suppose somebody knows the rearset, with the most comfortable riding position. Or?
 

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Your only option is to get a set of fully adustable rearsets and see if you can flip/swap the riser plates to go lower instead of up/back.
I've never seen aftermarket rearsets that did anything but move your feet up and/or back.
 

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^^Ditto. Maybe look into the rearsets you like the most, and then get some of SVRacing Parts' rearset plates and flip them over to effectively lower the pegs a bit. May not be able to get them as far forward as the oem though. I think the standard Woodcrafts are only something like 1" up and back, not all that much of a difference in the end (at least in my opinion).
 

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Thanks for the advise.. The plates may do the trick.
And the SV-Racing rearsets looks nice in blue too..
Anybody got a photo of them on the bike?
 
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