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Wink "opinion" Yamaha R6 Racing Rear Wheel Quick Change Kit

Anyone here with this set-up...?
what you guys think...?

Yamaha R6 Racing Rear Wheel Quick Change Kit
Yamaha R6 Racing Rear Wheel Quick Change Kit, AMA, WERA, CCS | eBay

Quick change rear axle/wheel kit for Yamaha R6 by Fast Frank Racing.

We machine a hex nut and then weld it to the axle, then machine an axle guide that taps into the end of the axle, Then we machine a stainless steel nut that is slotted to fit the slotted axle adjuster and is bolted in place, then the rear caliper bracket is bolted to the adjuster so everything stays in place.

Axle can quickly be removed with an impact or ratchet, everything else stays in place.

This kit comes with: Modified axle, Pull cone, washer, SS nut, Modified Caliper bracket that attaches to the axle adjuster so the caliper will stay in place.

I also have front Quick Change Kits kits available for the R6 & R1, as well as captive wheel spacers.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-06-2012, 06:18 PM
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I don't have that exact setup but I do have a similar quick change rear on my 08 R6 and it great. You can change out a rear wheel in around 12 seconds if you are good.

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