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Redbone, Dec 29, 2012
    • rusty
      How much do those wheel's weigh compared to stock? Can you really feal more performance from the lighter weight? Sorry Brian, I just gotta know this stuff:ummm:
    • Redbone
      There is a post (titled Carrozzeria Wheels) that Sean gives the weight comparison to stock. But yes, there is a definite feeling of performance improvement, but the biggest improvement is the handling. The bike "falls" into the corner very easily and feels very "flickable" side to side.
    • maxcruiser
      Always loved Redbone and every year the bike just gets better and better - great job Brian, bike is looking great especially with those Cazz rims.
    • m3maverick
      Awesome job on your bike! I'd like to ask what wheel setup that is? size of wheel and tire sizes front and rear? Did you have to do any mods to the bike to upgrade the wheels or will they bolt on to a stock bike? Thanks in advance.
    • Redbone
      M3, those are Carrozzeria wheels. Front setup: 18" x 3.5" wheel w/ 120/70zr 18, Rear setup: 18" x 5.5" wheel w/ 200/55zr 18 Shinko Verge tire. My swing arm is braced & extended 3" and has an offset to keep the wheel/ tire centered in the frame. The wheels are made for the Vmax and you just have to swap over the cush drive, brake rotors and youare GTG. I purchased the Swingarm and wheels setup as a package from Sean Morley, aka one2dmax on VMF. You can email him at Do a search for "Carrozzeria" on the main forum and you will get a ton of info. Sean is running a special right now too!
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