TRS RaceSets Rear Sets for Honda Grom MSX 125 Rearset

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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This is an absolutely NO-Compromise part, machined from one SOLID chunk of 6061 Billet Aluminum! Includes Stainless Steel mounting hardware! These Rear Sets are designed to mount everything in the factory locations, and provide unmatched strength, and retain a nice lightweight setup! Also includes a brake master cylinder spring so that you can retain a nice brake pedal feel, and also an electronic banjo bolt to replace the stock brake switch!   Ditch your passenger pegs, clean up the looks of the bike!

  • Includes New Spring and Machined Spring Seat for Rear Brake Master
  • Includes Electronic Banjo Bolt Sensor for Brake Light Actuation ($25 Value)
  • Includes Required Hardware (This kit does require the use of some of the stock hardware)
  • Each Rear Set is machined from one SOLID chunk of 6061 Billet Aluminum

Avaliable in Raw or Anodized Black Rearsets

Installed pic below

NOTE: For 2017+ Groms, you must also purchase TRS Exhaust Bracket Adapter in order to mount your exhaust onto the RaceSet.

Made in USA!

Grom Rearset Install Video

Weight 2.3 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 3 in
Color

Anodized Black, Raw Aluminum

1 review for TRS RaceSets Rear Sets for Honda Grom MSX 125 Rearset

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Troy Perez

    Was a little worried that I wouldn’t like the billet alluminum look but after seeing it installed looks sweet! Pretty straight forward managed to do it myself. Tip I found was use a jack or some sort of object to keep the two parts of the bike from moving when you tap out the rear set bolt. Only snag I ran into was the Banjo Bolt I got I either installed wrong and messed up or it was defective. It worked once and then locked the rear brake light on. I got a vortex banjo and it came with better instructions. It said to install, bleed the brakes completely first before testing, then give it a test to see if it works. I’m not sure if I bled the brakes enough with the first one and maybe the pressure with a little air caused it to malfunction. Either way it was not useable after that. But great kid, looks awesome. I think it saves a little bit of weight but not sure. Also if your having trouble getting the brake pedal back on I did have to go buy a slightly thinner washer to get the lock on it. I suspect there might be slight differences in how far in the brake pedal goes on these and the stock one. As much as I tried the old washer was not gonna be useable without risking it falling off.

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