Going light ain't cheap it seems..us pensioners have to be careful it would be real easy to fall into the trap of Ti/Al/CF...etc, etc
They also say only use ceramic for well maintained race bikes. What is that about? Are the ceramic bearings not sealed?I didn't see that.
Are you going to get ceramic?
They also say only use ceramic for well maintained race bikes .
What is that about ?
Are the ceramic bearings not sealed ?
PS: there was a big debate on ceramic bearings
sometime ago and I think Jelly was saying
the ceramic bearings had less friction
mainly because they were not sealed ?
This is what got me. 1st the price change listed was quite a jump up. I liked the lay out of the product and that the owner knew it front to back. I still was not 100% sold due to past problems but wanted to be. 2nd they had one wheel available and in one color out of ten or so which turned me right off when I see a product I am considering making a fair investment in and can't even purchase it. So why should I buy an unproven wheel for more $ than comfortable with when I can by from OZ or another dealer (that was my inner dialog before getting upset followed by turning off the computer.At this time there is nothing available as far as wheels go . . . they are working through production on 400+ sets of the new Apex wheel, and the older V Track wheels are totally out of stock and will not go into production until the Apex wheels are out. They do realize the season will be upon us shortly, so they are cognizant of how important it is to have these as soon as possible. POWERHOUSE will entertain the idea
of a group buy, but that may hinge on the pre order situation. So much is up in the air at this time, that I want to be sure what we want is readily available and that Luke is okay with the idea. I will post when release is imminent, and we can plan our "group" strategy at that time . . .
Do whatever it takes to make yourself happy with the updates , you and the Busa will love the Core Moto 's I'm sure , and new leathers will be a good investment Willie . Looking like a good year for Busa builds !!Well I was a little scared by the load capacities on the CF wheels. I'm a heavy guy at a little over 300 lbs fully geared. I watch c10 weighing Ti bolts and think I can save 10 x that by missing lunch! Anyway, with the BMW eating through money like crazy I had to back away from the CF. I'm thinking about Bazzaz TC and quick shifter and new skins too so I figured these were the best option for me.
You got a saving plan , which is going to get you there , and you never know what by chance can help get it all together , quicker along the way ! Keep that focus on what you want for your pride and joy , it will happen , and for all you diehard modifiers , let's make '19 the year of , Bad Ass Busa Builds !!I would be inn ,but i'm sure the savings fund wont quite match the time line of the group deal . The Banker
wouldn't allow a early purchase after the amount spent on Christmas , and lets not forget I bought a $875 Penske shock .
Would love to be the 1st to try a set out , and give a real world review .
What would happen if you drove into the U.S(not that it wouldn't cost enough time and money to do that)Would love it but it is a decent chunk of change.
And then I have to add 30% on top for the Cdn peso
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