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Woodcraft Adjustable Rearset kit for Aprilia RS 660 & Tuono 660

Woodcraft Adjustable Rearset kit for Aprilia RS 660 & Tuono 660

Regular price $629.00 USD
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Woodcraft Adjustable Rearset kit for Aprilia RS 660 & Tuono 660


  • Aprilia RS 660 (all years & variants)
  • Aprilia Tuono 660 (all years & variants)

Availability: Will dropship to you direct from Woodcraft.  They are typically available to ship within 1 business day.   If your order is time sensitive, please contact us for an up to date ETA.   We respond to requests quickly.  

Can be setup for standard shift or GP shift (RS660 requires GP ECU Map or IRC Sensor for GP Shift - Can be done through UpMap - Tuono 660 is self learning with any map)

  • CNC machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and offer more than twice the durability of OEM rearset brackets.
  • 3-piece Pedals giving you an even stronger assembly and continuing our tradition of easy part replacement.
  • Our trick knurled footpegs give supreme feedback and the best traction available today.
  • Woodcraft rearset kits offer eccentric foot and toe pegs for adjustability (where applicable).
  • Virtually any part in our rearset kit can be purchased separately from our kits under the Spare Parts tab

Kit Specific Details - the Woodcraft Rearset kit for the Aprilia has a special design that eliminates the need to ever remove the swingarm pivot to service this kit. They have been proven winners in Moto America competition and look fantastic on the bike.

Peg Movement: This kit has eccentric pegs that have 12 positions of adjustment ranging from 1/4" lower than stock to over an inch higher than stock.

OEM Parts: Woodcraft rearsets assume you are replacing OEM rearsets. This kit may or may not utilize some OEM components - see exploded drawings and instructions for further details.

Brake Light Switch: This kit does not have a solution for a brake light switch at present. We suggest you leave the OEM switch connected to the electrical connector and tuck it out of the way if you want to retain cruise control.

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