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160race slick

Started by motoarch, January 12, 2013, 03:39:34 PM

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motoarch

I did a gsxf rear wheel swap today on my 91 with the intention of running a 160 slick for the track.  The tire currently on the wheel is a 140 and rubs rear break arm.  Easy to fix I just flipped it and it clears no problem.  I don't think a 160 will clear and cant find race rubber smaller then 160.

Anyone else run into this problem or have a suggestion.  Thanks.
'91 gs500; '04 MV Agusta; '73 cb350

GI_JO_NATHAN

You just trying to cleat the break stay?
That's easy. BFH will fix that.
Jonathan
'04 GS500
Quote from: POLLOCK28 (XDTALK.com)From what I understand from frequenting various forums you are handling this critisim completely wrong. You are supposed to get bent out of shape and start turning towards personal attacks.
Get with the program!

crzydood17

GSXR torque arm... AL vs steel
2004 GS500F (Sold)
2001 GS500 (being torn apart)
1992 GS500E (being rebuilt)

catch2otwo

Bridgestone bt003 comes in a 140.  Although not a slick, sticky enough for fast guys

burning1

BT003RS or Pirelli Rosso in 140 is probably your best bet. The BT003RS works well with a DOT front tire, and can handle pretty impressive lean angles. I'm not as impressed by the BT003RS front.

weedahoe

I used a Bandit 600 brake arm for mine. Bought it off ebay

2007
K&N Lunchbox
20/62.5/142.5
chromed pegs
R6 shock
89 aluminum knuckle
Lowering links
Bar mirrors w/LEDs
rear LED turns
89 clip ons
Dual Yoshi TRS
Gauge/Indicator LEDs
T- Rex sliders
HID retrofit
GSXR rear sets
Zero Gravity screen
Chrome Katana rims
Bandit hugger
Custom paint
Sonic springs

motoarch

Thanks for the tips everyone.  Ordered a bandit arm today.
'91 gs500; '04 MV Agusta; '73 cb350

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