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    Waiting on some new carbon pieces and a headlight guard but because I rack up the kays, 17,000 so far I decide to whack on a sports rack & bag to carry a few items like puncture kit, sunnies, chamois and other stuff.



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    Was looking for something different for a headlight cover so I though that I would go the Gladiator look. lol
    This is very well made and tilts down so you can clean the light. Looks a whole lot better in the flesh.







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    Some more carbon for Arnie.





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    Just arrived from the States a set of Attack Performance rear sets, might trick them up a bit before installation.


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    Finally found a decent L/H engine guard to suit this beast...Rizoma, not cheap but one of the best made.

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    Had the black anodising removed so that it would match the Rizoma guard on the right side, came up great and you can still see the Rizoma etched logo although small. Just waiting now for the rearsets to be finished.


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    Rizoma L/H engine cover guard fitted, now the look is balanced.







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    Bought a Shoei helmet that has all the correct colours and the new Alpine Stars jacket from the U.S as it is still 8 weeks until the come here.

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    Beautiful setup mate!
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    Finally got the colour match and powder coated finished. The black parts have been stripped and all the machine marks polished off and then coated in black hard anodised.

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    Ok, I fitted these up today and I am really happy with the result. I went for these heal guards instead of the carbon ones because I think that they go with the trellis frame. Comments welcome.








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    I think they look the goods Knackers, the black just blends in, these pop.

    Why do you have a dodgy hole on the right rear set heel guard though,
    Or is that my eyesight

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    Quote Originally Posted by duc13 View Post
    I think they look the goods Knackers, the black just blends in, these pop.

    Why do you have a dodgy hole on the right rear set heel guard though,
    Or is that my eyesight
    It's not a dodgy hole it's because there are 4 holes, the 2 for the heal guard and 2 that hold the brake cylinder. I asked the same question when I received them. lol

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    Ahh ok.... I see now.
    I'll let it slide then
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    Well now we have to move into 2nd gear, so these are on their way to a happy home.

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    Nice Knackers, before you fit them, let us know the weight saving of both front and rear

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    This is what they say on HPS website:

    Wheel Weight Savings
    KTM Front 3.98 kg / BST Front 2.66 kg
    KTM Rear 5.90 kg / BST Rear 3.12 kg

    Total saving is a very worthwhile 4.10 kg (41.5%).

    Optional Ceramic Bearings
    Ceramic bearings are an extra cost option - supplied as a set of two for front wheel only (no bearings in the rear wheel). Our Hybrid Ceramic Bearings incorporate the highest-quality metal races, encasing very tough and extremely durable and corrosion free ceramic balls, to provide the following extensive benefits when compared with regular steel:
    40% less friction generated
    60% less rotating mass
    3-5 times longer lifespan
    Lower vibration levels
    Cooler, quieter & smoother running
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    The BST carbon wheels landed today and OMG!!! They are awesome and so light, I weighed them at work and the front is actually 2.66 and the rear is 3.01. I have a new chain and sprockets but will be ordering Ti nuts & bolts to make it all even lighter.









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    Those wheels are fairly porn!
    For LAMS information and resources - http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/foru...thread-156358/
    For LAMS discussion and to ask questions - http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/foru...thread-143289/
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    Fitted some Ti pinch bolts to the handlebars plus clutch & brake mounts. Carbon wheels go on next weekend.






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