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I wonder about lateral loading and flex with different wheel weights (Duc vs H2) and overall bike weight. Just some food for thought.



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I have given this a lot of thought. I have changed almost all the bodywork to carbon fiber (the rest is on order) going to use the Ducati race rear hub, BST for the Ducati also! When I’m done she should be 80lbs lighter.
She gonna weigh it in regular naturally aspirated 1000cc weight class.
That’s super impressive you might have started a trend if u can break through development.

240hp h2 weighing in at 430lbs that’s motogp specs lol
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I wonder about lateral loading and flex with different wheel weights (Duc vs H2) and overall bike weight. Just some food for thought.



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I have given this a lot of thought. I have changed almost all the bodywork to carbon fiber (the rest is on order) going to use the Ducati race rear hub, BST for the Ducati also! When I’m done she should be 80lbs lighter.
She gonna weigh it in regular naturally aspirated 1000cc weight class.
That’s super impressive you might have started a trend if u can break through development.

240hp h2 weighing in at 430lbs that’s motogp specs lol
The hard part for me is time, with how much I travel for work, and our daughter goes in Monday for a second brain surgery.
I do this for fun, I have always developed parts for bikes and cars, now I just have to do it when time and money allow.
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I wonder about lateral loading and flex with different wheel weights (Duc vs H2) and overall bike weight. Just some food for thought.



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I have given this a lot of thought. I have changed almost all the bodywork to carbon fiber (the rest is on order) going to use the Ducati race rear hub, BST for the Ducati also! When I’m done she should be 80lbs lighter.
She gonna weigh it in regular naturally aspirated 1000cc weight class.
That’s super impressive you might have started a trend if u can break through development.

240hp h2 weighing in at 430lbs that’s motogp specs lol
The hard part for me is time, with how much I travel for work, and our daughter goes in Monday for a second brain surgery.
I do this for fun, I have always developed parts for bikes and cars, now I just have to do it when time and money allow.
All in due time
And again hope all goes well with family.
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I wonder about lateral loading and flex with different wheel weights (Duc vs H2) and overall bike weight. Just some food for thought.



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I have given this a lot of thought. I have changed almost all the bodywork to carbon fiber (the rest is on order) going to use the Ducati race rear hub, BST for the Ducati also! When I’m done she should be 80lbs lighter.
She gonna weigh it in regular naturally aspirated 1000cc weight class.
That’s super impressive you might have started a trend if u can break through development.

240hp h2 weighing in at 430lbs that’s motogp specs lol
The hard part for me is time, with how much I travel for work, and our daughter goes in Monday for a second brain surgery.
I do this for fun, I have always developed parts for bikes and cars, now I just have to do it when time and money allow.
All in due time
And again hope all goes well with family.
Thank you!
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@Fairclough ....Prayers goin up for your daughter.God Bless her and you and Mom.Be expecting a great report soon!...take care,try not to worry.
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Added some parts today.
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I hope ya returned the bolt to it's proper resting place?
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I hope ya returned the bolt to it's proper resting place?
I did! LOL
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Ordered a bunch of titanium hardware, and the rest of the carbon fiber.
My daughter’ brain surgery was successful, hopefully going home today, might work on the H2 while she sleeps.
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Ordered Extreme Creations fuel pump kit, and upper rail and injectors.
They are back in stock!
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