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post #1 of 4 Old 05-15-2015, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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Titanium starter/idle gears and other bits

Would any one be willing to buy a set of TI Starter/idle gears for a 2008-2010 gen 3 zx10 if they were available? I spoke to an individual from Ryan Industries regarding titanium goodies which included

final drive sprockets price- $100 for front $200 for rear
titanium gears price to be determined
idle/starter gears price to be determined

The more people I can get to buy the cheaper it will be and the more realistic it will become for his company to take on something like this.

If your interested in any of these items let me know. Ill be sending him measurements tomorrow and can give a rough estimate on the cost for the starter/idle gears however it will take me a little while to get the cost for the transmission as I'm unsure of taking on that job.

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How would you benefit from a Ti starter/idle gear?

Strictly for my Ninjas

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Just weight honestly. Should be worth itIf the price is right. Ryan seems very reasonable price wise and it should be a considerable amount of weight the question is the durability.

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Hi Hernando,

Did anything ever come of this ? The Ryan Industries website looks to have gone down, just wondering if he's still in business.

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