Hey man, since a few of you all have these oz wheels, how have the held up to tire changes??? Is the paint durable or do they really scratch like the OEM rims. Lastly, are the a noticeable difference with handling and what other benefits have you felt.2 sets of OZ PIEGA R Wheels
These are OZ's forged aluminum race line.
Front rotor carrier is forged into the wheel and not bolt on. Also inside of rim has some kind of grip thing going on. (Not going to be fun changing Dunlop race tires on these wheels.)
(Stock wheels need to get sold to pay for these bad boys!)
You should get the updated software/hardware package from Dynojet. Not sure if works with this one, but that thing just brilliant. You can tune all the cylinders at one time. . You don't have to race the engine till You need to rebuild to get all the cylinders tuned one by one..I picked up a new toy from a friend that decided to get out of tuning bikes.
Nothing like having your own Dyno to play with. Now all I need to do is con Jason into showing me how to use it.
Plan is to map each cylinder separate.
I do not but from talking to a couple guys that do suspension for the MotoAmerica teams they say extending length extra 10mm to 130mm travel helps.
I think what people are seeing is the bike works rather well setup a couple different ways but you really can not get that extra second or two in lap times unless you get the bike setup for your riding style.Hi everybody, i don't plan to spoil the post, but shall we talk a bit about geometry for racing use?
What do you guys prefer and why?
I hear a lot of people raising the front a lot... what do you prefer?
PS. Gcally super congrats for the amazing bike...