****: What Lightech's are you using. Can you provide a link?
Here is the exact set that I have.
However, if you do go with this set, I would seriously suggest you get the folding toe peg on both sides of your controls. In the event that you go down, this alone will save you a lot of headache in repair. The set are so strong, that the non-folding toe peg that comes with the set, will catch the road, and bend the shit out of the rest of the controls. However, if you have the folding toe peg (which does not come with the set/the nonfolding toe pegs DO come with the set) then you should be able to save most of whatever side you go down on. Not sure why Lightec would sell the folding rearsets, with the folding foot pegs, but not include the folding TOE PEG??!?!??
Click here for the folding TOE peg>
Super easy to install. Really a plug and play install. One thing tho, when installing the brake side, you'll end up needing to bleed the master on that side, as somehow, air gets in the cylinder when free'ing up the OEM rearsets.
The gnarley'ness of the lightech's are exremely catchy. No slipping whatsoever here. Billet aluminum all around. Hard anodized, I believe. A little spendy, however loads of adjustability and great build quality offset the initial sting of the high(er) price tag. The fitting and machining is extremely tight. No play in the parts whatsoever. EXACTLY what you would expect on a great quality billet part(s). The fitments are like unto a bank vault, or a nicely made slider on a 1911.
Hit me up if you have any other questions.
btw, I've had others ride my bike (on the street) who said they'd wish the pegs stuck out more. But if you're trackin' the bike, you'll know Lightec made them shorter for a damned good fuckin' reason. IMHO, the best rearset that money can buy, for the F1098(S), right now. I tried to get the Acculigns to work, and they were able to be installed, but not without a lot of aftertought/work put in them. So I sent them back. I'm a HUGE fan of Acculigns. Mark (the owner of the company is also a great guy as well, and gives fantastic support for his product.) Kind of sad, he had to close his doors. (That's at least what he and I talked about over email several yrs back) But since the Acculigns didn't quite work out, I went with Lightec. A very, very good and solid choice.
ps, might take a while to get them, as from what I understand, all shops here stateside, don't readily carry them. They all have to order them straight from the mother land. Good luck with whatever you choose.