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Old 09-21-2009, 04:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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expensive? don't forget that after purchasing parts, you're still going to need that fender painted and a new FRONT rim to match... i dont' wanna know what that's going to cost. however, metzler has a 240 tire available that will fit on the STOCK rear rim.. it also fits under the STOCK rear fender...sounds like a better option to me
This was all discussed already. Hence the link to the previous thread... also, have you seen pictures of the 240 rear on the stock rims? It looks like garbage.
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Under $4g for sure. pix comming up yet today. by the way, that would be painted fender and Mimic rear wheel, close match to the front!

I should have the pricing today also, within fifty bucks or so.
Thank You Sumo-X! Really looking forward to this kit coming out. I had a question with the width sizes. Will the kit only accomidate a 250 or will you guys be producing another kit for a wider stance?
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Old 09-21-2009, 04:11 PM   #12 (permalink)
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First off that def. looks sweet. would love to have it.. BUT maybe its just me but 4k thats just alot of cash. 1/3 of the total cost of the bike.. I"m sure its price right for what you get but wow!!. not for me at this point.. however Can't wait to see pix of those that can afford to do it tho.
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First off that def. looks sweet. would love to have it.. BUT maybe its just me but 4k thats just alot of cash. 1/3 of the total cost of the bike.. I"m sure its price right for what you get but wow!!. not for me at this point.. however Can't wait to see pix of those that can afford to do it tho.
A large portion of the cost (~$1,200) is for the new billet 18"x8.5" rear wheel. You can save about half that cost if you get your stock wheel widened from 6.25" to 8.5".

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I personally would go for the new billet wheel though. I'll be a lot nicer/stronger/better and there will not be any downtime sending your stock wheel in for modification.
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Old 09-22-2009, 12:08 AM   #14 (permalink)
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there will not be any downtime sending your stock wheel in for modification.
Dont you have to send in your swingarm to get it modified? Or do they keep some modified in stock and just wait until they get yours to send out one of the others?
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Old 09-22-2009, 12:49 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Dont you have to send in your swingarm to get it modified? Or do they keep some modified in stock and just wait until they get yours to send out one of the others?
Kurt pre-modifies vtx arms but he probably won't have many Fury arms when he starts.
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I totally agree short sighted on Honda's part
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