+1trussdude said:I have the Acculign rearsets and have crashed on them a few times. At first, I was unhappy with the crash worthyness. The peg didn't break off, but the mounting plate broke and had to be replaced. All the other rearsets I used, the peg breaks off in the slightest crash. The mounting plate costs quite a bit bit more than the peg.
After discussions with Mark from Acculign, you have to decide what you want your rearsets to do. Do you want them to be pretty and have a lot of adjustments. I don't know many people that adjust their rear sets more than once.
I've had some big crashes with the Acculign rearsets and in all the crashes my bike suffered very little damage except the rearsets. I still have unrepaired bodywork on my bike from the last two crashes.
The Acculign rearsets did want I want them to do. (protect my $50,000 race bike).