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What is the weight savings in the stock wheels vs. the carbon fiber wheels?

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rapidroy1, that depends on which carbon fiber wheels you are looking at. If you go to our site, Brocks Performance, then go to the H2 wheels, Rotobox or BST, it will give you the exact weights in the overview tab of each wheel and the percentage of weight savings.
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Hey Brock on the auto blip down shift, If a 2017 shifter is installed, would it be installed like a stock shifter, no moving it back one tooth? Also if this is true, do you sell the 2017 model for a 2015 model?
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Hey Brock on the auto blip down shift, If a 2017 shifter is installed, would it be installed like a stock shifter, no moving it back one tooth? Also if this is true, do you sell the 2017 model for a 2015 model?
Hopefully that will be the case, but we have not seen one in person to know for sure.
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Hey Brock on the auto blip down shift, If a 2017 shifter is installed, would it be installed like a stock shifter, no moving it back one tooth? Also if this is true, do you sell the 2017 model for a 2015 model?
Roy,

We will also need to verify that no addtional mods or adjustments are required to run the 2017 shift unit in our 2015/16 ECU flash - if in fact, it is shorter. We are also comparing OEM part numbers to see if they simply adjusted the length of the adjoining rods, or have a new switch (...or both).

Seems like such a simple question - right? lol.

We will know more as time allows. For now, what we offer works flawlessly.

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What is the weight savings in the stock wheels vs. the carbon fiber wheels?
A little bit lighter, but to me the benefits were in the looks of the BSTs, how easy they are to clean (WAY EASIER!), and they don't rock-pit as easily as the black aluminum stock rims.
I special ordered my BSTs from Brock's in Satin finish + the ceramic wheel bearings. Great service, I was happy with my order.

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I think the best way to go is your existing part on the autoblip, Brock, Thanks

Racer172 Thanks for your input, and photo. I didn't know about the cleaning part, and I wasn't sure which
carbon wheel to choose.
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