i ran R-6 rearsets on the CB350 for two seasons. there is some work and the brackets are really long. and this was a set with the shift lever mounted to the bracket.
with the one's i found, if you want to keep the shift linkage and not go with a reverse shift pattern, you have to knock the peened heim joint off the top of the foot lever and flip it to the other side, so the linkage can clear the frame, the bracket and the maybe the clutch cover. then you have to find or adapt (i welded a short rod of Al) linkage long enough to make it from where ever you mount the brackets to the gear spindle. and if you do use GP shifting, you'll have to get a crazy long shifter unless you mount the brackets closer than i did (on the back side of the downtube)
the brake side was pretty straight forward.
thing is, the pegs were so far back with the long brackets that my feet were way too far up and back so i really couldn't put enough weight on the pegs to get my ass off the seat without the oddly far rearset and high pegs putting most of my weight way too far forward.
i have cbr brackets now and have gone to reverse pattern shifts. the repositioning of the pegs made a huge difference to me.
Edited by - ttilghman on Apr 11 2007 5:00:19 PM