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post #101 of 760 Old 08-07-2014, 05:23 PM
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Trying to learn as much as I can about chains/sprockets and rotors lately to do some upgrades there, possibly playing with gearing a little. I like to knock a bunch of stuff out at once, so it's a huge transformation I can enjoy right away.

Just got off the phone with Mike @ Riders, ordering goodies for my 10R's and R1. Grips and bar ends all around, tubular subframe for the green 10R and hoses and lines for the R1.
Bout to drop some big coin on some electric blue Carrozzeria's. Those things are some beauty's.
My bank account is sad now though Lol


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What rotor do you have on the rear Peter?


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Mikey moto Stealth and the rims will look mad your getting man

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Be careful with MM I was Informed there made in China by some on this site but they seem fine in quality and weight to me

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Peter, your bike is looking amazing as usual, your attention to detail really shows!

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Thank you blink you your feedback is worth it's weight in gold mate! The reason being your quality in your chosen bussiness is second to none

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Peter,

Where did you get the Brembo rear brake set-up at?

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Gary I got the Agras underslung bracket from Webike Japan(around $200-240) and the rear Brembo gp4rx from Mike at riders discount who are the top guys to go to for most of your needs
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To have the rear working as the most productive and to benefit the $ spent I would inquire as to what rear m/c would give the correct ratios for the rear gp4rx,It's up to you the rear feels fine for me as street is all I do and my trust is with the front,all I use my rear for is a little extra bite pulling up and a right foot cover if I get my abilitys mixed up with my ambitions in getting to vertical on one wheel! So it's there for the bling factor because the oem caliper,pads and hardware are only 20 grams more than the agras,Brembo gp4rx and all ti hardware even caliper bolts that hold the 2 sides of the Brembo caliper together,the greatest weight loss is the MM disc and ti mount bolts
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To have the rear working as the most productive and to benefit the $ spent I would inquire as to what rear m/c would give the correct ratios for the rear gp4rx,It's up to you the rear feels fine for me as street is all I do and my trust is with the front,all I use my rear for is a little extra bite pulling up and a right foot cover if I get my abilitys mixed up with my ambitions in getting to vertical on one wheel! So it's there for the bling factor because the oem caliper,pads and hardware are only 20 grams more than the agras,Brembo gp4rx and all ti hardware even caliper bolts that hold the 2 sides of the Brembo caliper together,the greatest weight loss is the MM disc and ti mount bolts
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