Note, our first generation MSX125 Grom rear sets fit the second generation 2016 MSX125SF IF YOU INSTALL A TYGA EXHAUST SYSTEM OR SIMILAR and WILL NOT FIT WITH THE STOCK HONDA EXHAUST FOR THE MSX125SF MODEL. The stock exhaust needs to be replaced to provide space for the rear set hanger.
Once this is done, our rear sets fit perfectly well with all mounting positons etc. lining up. So, if you are ordering up an exhaust system, it is worth considering some TYGA rear sets to clean up and individualize your bike further.
Independet review from Andrew Farkas posted on the HONDAGROM.NET Forum
Wanted to share a review on the TYGA rear sets for those of you interested:
I literally spent tens of hours researching all the rear sets currently on the market, and for what I was looking to spend I was between Driven, Woodcraft, and these TYGAs.
First impression is that these are SOLID. They came to me pre-assembled with some serious hardware using Loctite which is pretty important for rear sets. No guessing how it’s assembled and the directions in the booklet is about as simple as it gets. They appear simple in design but there is tons of adjustment which was a big factor for me. Not to mention, these things got to me quick despite shipping from overseas!
I particularly favored the simple design of these because IMO, more parts means bigger chance of things needing replaced or coming loose. Both Driven and Woodcraft are known to drag brake and shift levers which was a concern for me, but I particularly didn’t like the the swivel design pegs and shifter of the Woodcrafts. Although these don’t have folding shift levers like Driven, I was worried the Driven might be too far back for my preference and I’ve also heard the Driven rear sets back plates have broken just from regular track use without going down. Both the shift and break levers on the TYGA rear sets use two meaty sealed bearings and the quality of the shift linkage and rose joints is great. Personally, I found these to be the best looking of all three because of the carbon fiber heel guard... but what does that matter for racing? Lol.
Overall, these look simple but have tons of adjustment. They’re not overly aggressive like some but they still relocate the pegs in a more than ideal position, and the price is within $30 of the Driven rearsets, which are cheapest that I’ve found on the market right now. Shipping even took less than a week, so I’m extremely happy with my purchase. I’m not affiliated with TYGA in any way but I genuinely do believe they make exceptional parts and their customer support has always been great.
Hopefully this helps those of you in the market who found limited info on these!