1. If you don't like running a pressure switch
The rearsets are assembled decently enough, and fitting them on a Honda CBR1000RR is pretty straight forward. The entire install may have taken 2 hours to complete. The red accents on black actually look good with my bike's fairings. Aside from this they are not so great for actual use. The problem I have with them is the knurling on the main body is not cut deep or rough enough to keep my race boots from sliding all over the pegs, and the edges are as smooth as glass so the don't help with grip at all. The pegs definitely need some attenttiom to be useful even on the street. I can't remember a time where I lost traction on the footrests with my OE sets, but these leave going over any imperfect surface less than confidence inspiring. If you just absolutely must keep the stock brake light function then consider these, otherwise look at buying better rearsets.