Woodcraft Billet Aluminum Rearsets for RS660 - WC05-0760
American made, race focused, durable and with speedy spare parts supply that is unrivaled by an other rearset manufacturer, Woodcraft is the only viable option for the serious track rider, or racer.
These rear sets have two footpeg height options (the lower of the two being roughly equivalent to stock). The footpegs have eccentric pins which allow the pegs to orbit about 5/16ths of an inch in any direction from the central bolt hole. The toe pieces are also on 15mm eccentrics so can be adjusted in 360°
Like the Flyhammer rearsets sold elsewhere on this site, these billet aluminum multi-adjustable rearsets are another rearset design that we think got it "right".
You see, on the 660, the stock rearset does double duty as the swingarm pivot pin base. Which means that any damage to the rearset requires you to remove the swingarm to replace the damaged rearset part. Up until the Flyhammer and this Woodcraft rearset came to market, all aftermarket rearsets were designed the same way: Damage the rearset and you end up having to pull the swingarm since the footpeg bracket is one piece with the swingarm pivot.
These Woodcraft rearsets definitively remove that weakness because they are a two part design: One part is the swingarm pivot and the second part is the rearset itself which bolts to the swingarm pivot. Not only is this a more efficient design, it's also infinitely more servicable, since any damage to the rearset does not require removal of the swingarm.
Installation instructions in .pdf format
*Does not have provision for Rear Brake Light Switch. Since the rear brake switch manages and allows all rider aid functions, you will need to wire in a relay and purchase a pressure operated brake banjo switch in order to keep all APRC functions operational. This diagram shows how a Single Pole Double Throw relay can be used to accomplish this. You cannot simply leave the switch plugged in and tucked out of the way; you will get an error on the dash and lose all APRC features. You cannot simply unplug the rear brake switch; you will get an error on the dash and will lose all APRC features.
**Please note: Since 660's utilize the swingarm pivot for their main attachment point, you'll have to remove the swingarm pivot pin to install these rearsets. Again, you have to essentailly unbolt the swingarm to install these rearsets. At minimum, you'll need a motorycle lift and pallet jack to install these rearsets. An overhead hoist would also be useful.
***Please also note: These rearsets are sold as Road shift only because the Aprilia quick shift sensor is directional, so it is not possible to simply flip the arm. Your Authorized Aprilia dealer can install software (usually approximately $150) to allow these rearsets to be used in GP shift configuration.