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thanks guys,greg, astralite sounds like a good shout, may well give it a try... do you rate the 17inch front as better than the 18?
This might be an option if you want to improve the front end and keep the original lookHH Racetech in Germany offers the "Kit 4" for all non adjustable Guzzi forks (35,38 and 40 mm) - they build a cartridge kit in the original fork, compression and rebound adjustable as well as the spring preload. You need some time when you send your fork away, it takes a while at HH Racetech......
Another option would be the triples/forks/wheel/rotors/calipers off of a V11 Sport. It would adapt on pretty easily. Might be tricky getting the bikini fairing on, though. Watch eBay for the parts, and it would not be that much money.
You need some time when you send your fork away, it takes a while at HH Racetech......
Can you not buy and install yourself?$1200!!, they may be good but not $1200 good.
Greg - when you say "easy" how easy is easy? What needs to be done to make it work? Only really want the forks (and yokes), I'd want to use my existing spoked wheel and brakes. No fairing on my bike so that's not an issue.There is a front end from a 1997 1100 sport injection on Reboot at the moment, £525.00 for the forks and yoke, wheel spindle for £17.00 and a front mudguard (slightly split) from a 1995 11oo Sport carb for £32.00. This is for a LeMans I frame.Sorry to hijack OP's post.......Cheers
Stock 40mm forks are perfectly fine. I would recommend Maxton internals : http://www.maxtonsuspension.co.uk/files/gp20.htmI have them on 2 race bikes and they are excellent. Price is below $1000.
Has anyone sent their LM 1000 forks to Racetech here in the US?
Great information in this thread. Thanks! Does anyone have any photos or more information on the Astralite wheels?
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