For the occansional foray to the track, odd moment on the roads, I cant justify big money on rearsets. And as it was getting hairy on the limit through heavy grinding last time out, I've had a quick go at raising the pegs myself
this just a trial/get hole spacing correct while off work sick, so not my best work. but now have raised 30mm.
On the right side with basic hand tools, its not practical to use plate, Hence the use of the OEM with raised peg only for the time being. Although thats the easiest solution. So included both ideas.
I also plan on taking the final rev's on the next big trip as spares, as the OEM seem to crumble at the first minor off from what I've seen/read. These weigh nothing.
Anyway, it works!, Levers line up fine, feels good to ride, is quick, simple, and cheap (Cost about $15 in ally plate and couple of hours in garage)
excuse Crap phone pics. should get the idea.