The cheapest option I've seen is going with a radial bracket and putting an Aprilia SXV caliper on there. Sometimes you have to grind material off with the radial calipers. We had a guy actually ruin a caliper by taking too much off for clearance. That's one reason I went for the Beringer setup. That and it's plug and play, 6 pistons.
I'll shoot you a PM when I'm ready to buy the triples.
I was seriously looking at the Gold Fren set up. Lots of guys are going that way because of the recent Beringer price hike. It's about 500 bucks cheaper than the 4 piston Beringer set up. and in both of those case I'd still need a Master.
Not a lot of news with the bike (yet). The main focus around here has been preparing our new bikes for racing, so we can get at least one of them out for this month's events. We have some really cool stuff going on the WR shortly. Hopefully we have everything by the 3rd week of this month. For now, we've gotten our Scotts damper installed. This was relatively painless, with only some minor machining required on the top bar clamp so that it'd fit the RSW triples. The bike feels very stable and now will pass tech with race orgs, so hopefully it will be on the grid shortly.
Smooth (for a thumper).
Good power. It feels about the same as an LC4.
Great suspension! I still haven't ridden it hard, but it feels perfect.
Cons (minor nitpicks)
Stock mirrors (fixed).
Emissions crap is ugly (will be fixed).
Auto-retract sidestand (fixed)...
This new model carries a price tag of £15,600 with its Ferrari designed engine
peep the video...
Its been a while since Ive posted on this site. Usually around the rc51 area but I caught the sumo bug last season. I raced a 2005 KTM 525 SMR last season and bought myself a 2012 ktm 450 SMR that Im currently building up for next year. I figured I would share a few photos.
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