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Old 10-08-2013, 11:33 AM   #1
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Does anyone else think this should be the norm. Light weight and fixes problems that come with normal forks.
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Old 10-08-2013, 11:45 AM   #2
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pretty sweet. Price isnt too crazy eaither starting at 60k.
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Old 10-08-2013, 12:00 PM   #3
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I was reading you can buy a rolling chassis and build it with a cbr 600 motor. Read about them wanting to race them in moto2?
Would like to see what they can do. I know they have been around for a long time. Would be cool to see this as the norm. They are trying to do something diffrent.
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yeah i saw that. Probably wouldnt be street legal though.
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Unfortunately there were no takers for the Moto2 venture and the company sold off the prototypes in 2012 - but not before Vyrus designed a new front suspension assembly that incorporated what appears to be a steered upright. Why they did this is not clear, and there hasn’t been any recent details on this new suspension design. The Ducati-powered 984/985/987 models continue to use the original design.
they do sound cool. maybe someday I could afford something like that... probably not.
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yeah i saw that. Probably wouldnt be street legal though.
I think it is sold as a race/trackday bike. I just dont have 22g's laying around. Dont plan on spending that kind of money. I want to know how easy it is to swap out front wheels if you have a second wheel.
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