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Old 06-22-2008, 09:41 AM   #21
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For mini gp i should put 12's on it huh?? and not 17s right???
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Old 06-22-2008, 10:12 AM   #22
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that is what i will be running on my 65 some of the 4 stroke guys rn 17's all the 2 stroke guys i see run 12's
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Old 06-22-2008, 10:32 AM   #23
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i'm trying to figure out where to get some 17inch hoops and spokes
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Old 06-22-2008, 02:14 PM   #25
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For mini gp i should put 12's on it huh?? and not 17s right???
It does not matter. (atleast not starting out). Pretty much both setups are run on both bikes. Its a preference thing.

If your a small guy just doing sprints - 12s are cheaper and probably the better route.

If your a big guy and its an endurance bike - 17s are probably better, as you'll have more room, and hence will be able to ride longer stints.

One thing I will say though - on tight tracks like Katy, Denton the 12s are favored. At tracks like OHR, Cresson's 1.3 mile the 17s are better. But alot of it has to do with the extra mass your motor has to push with the 17s.

As far as action shots go - they'll look the same , the picture you posted is of a Cam Moorehead, he's a SEMRA expert & also owns M&Mz Wheels business.
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guess i'll have to try to get this ttr90 right then :(

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this is a cool looking one. i want those wheels mine has a fmf fatty pipe though. thing hits hard.
Looks pretty nice Charles and good to see your on the board!
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