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We have extreemely precise wheels weights on in our store - it's about 3 lbs. each. (Spacers, bearings included - no tire)
BST Rear Ninja H2

BST front Ninja H2

As a general rule: subtract 5-7 lbs. of static weight for every 1 lb. of rotational weight. Worst case, your bike feels 30 lbs. lighter.

Brock
www.BrocksPerformance.com
So compiling the numbers real quick:
OEM Front - 10 lb
BST Front - 7 lb
Rotobox Front - 5.90 lb

OEM Rear - 10.95 lb
BST Rear - 7.05 lb
Rotobox Rear - 7.25 lb

Is there any reason other than aesthetics to not use a Rotobox front and BST rear? Also do the Rotobox Boost wheels differ in weight at all compared to the other design?
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
I had the rotobox boost on my 1199s, very nice wheels. Seemed better quality that bst imo
 
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