Re: Harris Racing Rear Sets
Well, the riding position of a RC51 already puts you into the pretzel position! I'm not familiar with the ergo of a 900. So I really have no idea if you will get more or less leg room. But they're adjustable so I imagine you can find a comfortable position with a little experimenting.
You can also lift the bike with them, since the pegs don't fold. That can be handy.
And the pegs are designed to be the sheer point. So if you go down, the (affordable) pegs break, leaving enough thread to use a bolt for a temporary peg, and the rest of the body of the rearset is undamaged. I know, my bike has had three wrecks, two on the right side, one on the left, and all three times, it's the pegs that break and the rest of the rearset is untouched.