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so i haven't posted in about a year. We have been developing and testing a few new products. First thing we addressed was the rear wheel.

Currently we developed a complete quick change system which includes our Chain adjusters with captive nut, Captive spacers, Under-slung captive brake bracket in 64mm and 84mm, dual piston billet brake caliper and speed axle with pull cup.

For the front we have done a speed axle with pull cup and captive spacers

Currently finishing up the rear endurance kit which keeps the sprocket in place on the swing arm during wheel changes and utilizes the stock or aftermarket wheel
We have also produced the rear shock links and dog bone( not our own specs but design changed a bit

Last but not least we finished our Carbon fiber can with titanium mid pipe today

so now we need more ideas!!!

we have the standard adjustable triples with titanuim shaft and top nut as well as a 5 button bar switch

So what else does everyone want to see produced or reproduced at a better price?
 

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Can your quick change rear work without the underslung caliper? We need to keep the stock caliper and mounting location as per the rule book
We make a Superstock kit which uses the stock caliper but does undersling it. Which has cleared the rule books over here. because technically it is still mounted by the axle which is the stock location

here is a link to the image of the bracket https://www.instagram.com/p/BMkASawgSnN/
 

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Personally, I would like a rear axle adjuster, at a reasonable price range...

also there is a market for s1000rr lever guards (stock clip ons) since only the bmw race one fits it without adapting it.
 

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Personally, I would like a rear axle adjuster, at a reasonable price range...

also there is a market for s1000rr lever guards (stock clip ons) since only the bmw race one fits it without adapting it.
Rear axle adjusters are 189.00

we are not starting on the BMW parts until next month which is when we are getting a 14 s1000rr in
 

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We make a Superstock kit which uses the stock caliper but does undersling it. Which has cleared the rule books over here. because technically it is still mounted by the axle which is the stock location

here is a link to the image of the bracket https://www.instagram.com/p/BMkASawgSnN/
Unfortunately our rule book is a bit more descriptive
 
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