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    Let's see some striaght on side views of the whole bike with new wheels. They look sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roburnmc View Post
    AZ-J,
    Let's see some striaght on side views of the whole bike with new wheels. They look sweet.
    Thanks for the request, roburnmc,

    Here is the left side:




    Here is the right side:



    And, after only riding on them 3 or so miles from BMW Scottsdale (it was 113 degrees) I can say how they look is nothing compared to what they feel like on the bike. It feels so much lighter at the handle bars.

    I copied this from a site that offers the wheel for sale

    BST wheels are 40-60% lighter than stock wheels and will reduce a bike's Moment of Inertia (ie. less energy is required to start or stop the bike) and reduce the gyroscopic effect of the wheels.

    I can't wait until it cools off a bit in another month or so.
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    My new-to-me 2007, with every option but the radio:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donster View Post
    My new-to-me 2007, with every option but the radio:


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    Here is my R1200R!
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    Here's my little friend...

    Well, not so little really, but still very happy with her, she is one of only 106 like her brought into the USA. This in on our first proper ride together, it's love!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ-J View Post
    Thanks for the request, roburnmc,

    Here is the left side:




    Here is the right side:



    And, after only riding on them 3 or so miles from BMW Scottsdale (it was 113 degrees) I can say how they look is nothing compared to what they feel like on the bike. It feels so much lighter at the handle bars.

    I copied this from a site that offers the wheel for sale

    BST wheels are 40-60% lighter than stock wheels and will reduce a bike's Moment of Inertia (ie. less energy is required to start or stop the bike) and reduce the gyroscopic effect of the wheels.

    I can't wait until it cools off a bit in another month or so.
    That is sweet! Please forward the link for the carbon wheels, I have been considering the same upgrade for my RS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottgp View Post
    That is sweet! Please forward the link for the carbon wheels, I have been considering the same upgrade for my RS.


    Here's one place selling them in the US. The price is higher for the pair than I paid, but it has been six months of economic turmoil, so I can't explain that.

    They should fit the ST just fine. You will need a set of rotor screws as well. You can't re-use the one's that come off with the rotors. But you cannot believe the difference in the ride of the bike once the wheels are on.
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    Cool

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    Cool

    One more for good measure. By the way, it's for sale if you know anybody looking for one. Located near Dallas, TX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjhughes View Post
    One more for good measure. By the way, it's for sale if you know anybody looking for one. Located near Dallas, TX.

    Like the under tail exhaust - very sharp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Semper_Fi View Post
    Like the under tail exhaust - very sharp
    Thanks...it's the Akrapovic slip-on made for the bike. Gives it a nice growl, but not too loud.

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