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post #1 of 11 Old 10-11-2017, 08:22 AM Thread Starter
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For Sale - Ninja H2 Bursig Stand and Pins

Located in Fort Wayne, IN, though I travel back and forth to Wisconsin a lot in case that helps for meeting up.

Looking for $400 picked up. I can ship this but I suspect it'll be close to $75 or so because of how large and heavy it is.

Includes all necessary pins and whatnot, I've had this for about a year and it is practically in new shape. If you know Bursig stands, you know they're built to last.


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Why are you selling it?
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I've just found I prefer a more normal-style rear and front stand combo from Dynamoto for wheeling the bike around the garage. They're not as good as the Bursig for doing work on the bike, but I do less and less of my own work nowadays. Plus I picked up Dynamoto stands for my other bikes and I'm a crazy person who needs everything to match.
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Bump, I'd ship it for $450 and absorb the rest of the cost.
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For minute there I thought you were talking about the BIKE!LOL.
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Since the Dynamoto front stand still puts weight on the front tire, are you worried about the slick on your H2R flat-spotting after it sits for a while? I’ve been told that’s the reason why Kawasaki ships the R in a special crate that elevates its Bridgestones.

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Yeah, I agree it’s somewhat non-ideal, but if it’s sitting on the Dynamoto stands it’ll usually mean that the front tire is shot from a track weekend anyway, as I’ll swap tires right before track weekends.

Dynamoto has told me they’re working on an adapter to keep it off the ground for long term storage though, in the meantime if it’ll be on a tire that I still want some life out of I’ll probably use the OEM stand on the front.
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How was your Bursig? Any problems with the H2 frame or stand or did they hold up well?
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Definitely no problems with the Bursig, other than its wheels would leave marks on my polished concrete garage floor. The only thing is that while slotting the stand in, you have to lean the bike against you a bit for security, and I was always extremely nervous about scratching up the H2's sensitive paint while doing that.

Also since I can't seem to edit my first post, stand and pins are sold.
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Any tips on getting the front tire off the ground with the bursig? No matter what I adjust the rear wheel it plenty high, but the front tire still touches the ground slightly....enough I cant remove the wheel
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