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are the carbon wheels rated for the weight of an EFE , rather than a 2019 superbike?

have to agree, the 5 spoke look nicer
They have CB1300 on the fitment list!!! they say that they are much stronger than stock wheels :)
 

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Discussion Starter #102
I have to say that sitting in the house, bored, waiting for a new Matress to be delivered, isnt the best thing
for your bank account!!
i have just sent an order off to Moore speed Racing, for lots of Motogadget/motone/Risoma bits and pieces,
it wasnt my fault, Honest!!! its what happens when i am left home alown un supervised :oops:
 

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Discussion Starter #105
having sat and thought about it, i am leaning more towards my initial build plans and fitting a single rear shock,

i have come up with a cunning plan for the top shock mount,

that will allow height and angle adjustment when/if needed.

time for measurements and head scratching to begin, but wont be as complex as the GS600 mount (honest)

Paging Taff...........................................
 

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are the carbon wheels rated for the weight of an EFE , rather than a 2019 superbike?

have to agree, the 5 spoke look nicer
As the five spokers are used by a lot of the guys running Superstreet drag bikes in the UK and Europe, and in ProStreet in the States, I think the fact that they endure well in excess of 700bhp, 220mph and 6.5 second quarters says a lot about their strength!
I also prefer the look of the 5 spokers, but as every man and his dog have got them, I'd go for the 7 spokes, and they'd perhaps suit the look of an Eighties superbike a little more?
 

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box arrived safe and sound from MSR​​​​​​​ now popping down to RED6 for a chat with Mike
 

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just got back from talking with Mick at Red6, and inspecting all the blingy bits, he will be able to do everything i am after, having looked at
all the bits i am leaning towards black anodise for the lot. yokes are a fuckin work of art.
 

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Heres one for all the MOT inspectors out there in happy land,

where do you stand on passing Motogadget M-blaze handlebar mounted indicator lights?

in your opinion do they act as front and rear indicators?

under the most recent regs on line (uk gov) I see no reason for them to fail, but i am but a normal being
 

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been told that my side panels and in fills are done and will be posted out next week :)
 

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Heres one for all the MOT inspectors out there in happy land,

where do you stand on passing Motogadget M-blaze handlebar mounted indicator lights?

in your opinion do they act as front and rear indicators?

under the most recent regs on line (uk gov) I see no reason for them to fail, but i am but a normal being
bar end indicators should be fine for fronts, but the rider may obscure them from the rear
 

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Test is done with the front wheel pointing straight forward
Yep, but not sure they will pass as rear as well because they "could be" obstructed. They getting pretty hard on MOT now unless you have a friendly tester. I would ask the person you normally use, better than having to piss about with a build that's complete

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