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|11-20-2017 05:51 PM|
Originally Posted by kawah2 View Post
|11-20-2017 05:41 PM|
|11697||I can't wait for them to start using Graphene|
|11-20-2017 01:39 PM|
Lamborghini is actually working on carbon fiber connecting rods for the next gen Aventador released in 2020.
|11-20-2017 01:33 PM|
|GoFaster||That's pretty awesome ...|
|11-20-2017 11:21 AM|
Originally Posted by ayjayef View Post
Car's have used carbon fiber drive shafts for years and some of the newest motorcycles wheels utilize 'forged carbon' hubs.
Someday, the motorcycle world will not even think twice about the use of carbon fiber.
|11-20-2017 12:59 AM|
...back on topic...
sort of anyway.
So owners are happy to run a carbon wheel, what about this?
Bring it on I say.
|11-17-2017 09:33 PM|
|GoFaster||I've never had a shake out of mine, either, and the roads are crap around here. (Stock wheelbase and ride height)|
|11-17-2017 09:22 PM|
|Boosted10R||^It still can't eliminate head shake! Regardless the whole point of my statement was to say the H2 isn't the cause of the head shake. I have ridden and raced the bike both SWB and extended.|
|11-17-2017 04:18 PM|
Originally Posted by Boosted10R View Post
The opposite of your bike is a dirt bike or motard-style bike ... and they're skittish at highway speed because of being quite short with too much rear weight distribution and the weight too high up.
|11-17-2017 02:52 PM|
|h2madness!||I can't help but believe the Kawasaki Rims are designed in concert with the ESD.Could be a mistake switching to 'lighter' wheels?The factory ones are the lightest in the industry...so I've read.For this size motorcycle that is.Straight line's one thing.Serious street/canyon riding(or track)is something very different.|
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