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Just installed my new attack performance rearsets. This was a direct install with no mods for the track. I removed the rear brake light switch. It took me about 40 minutes to install and make adjustments. To get it just right for me. I will post pictures soon. Also I had to order them thru racing program. Should b available to public very soon.
 

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Just installed my new attack performance rearsets. This was a direct install with no mods for the track. I removed the rear brake light switch. It took me about 40 minutes to install and make adjustments. To get it just right for me. I will post pictures soon. Also I had to order them thru racing program. Should b available to public very soon.
Are they listed specifically for the R7?

I checked their site a few days ago for rearsets, nothing listed. Still nothing listed as of today but this is exciting, as I wanted to go with them for rearsets.

Pics please!
 

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Just installed my new attack performance rearsets. This was a direct install with no mods for the track. I removed the rear brake light switch. It took me about 40 minutes to install and make adjustments. To get it just right for me. I will post pictures soon. Also I had to order them thru racing program. Should b available to public very soon.
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Here are a couple of pics of the installation of Attack Performance rearsets on my R7. I am 6'5" with a 36" inseam, so I needed more room. I currently set for all the way down and back.

The shift side in this picture the lever is about a 1/4" low for me and the lever length is about 1/4" long. You can see the shift rod is too short for this setting so ordering a longer one.

On the brake side it is also set all the way down and back. I decided to keep the brake light for now so I reused the stock components and added a short connector from the spring to the lever. I had to relieve (dent) the exhaust shroud under the brake lever to get room for movement. The brake lever itself is about 1/4" too high, maybe 3/8" adjusted to its lowest point. I might make a shorter clevis or see about a different lever or lever end.
 
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