kr1 now with usd forks

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kinkyfreestyler
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kr1 now with usd forks

Post by kinkyfreestyler » Sun Dec 06, 2015 3:03 pm

fitted the front end on my bike last night :D


just thought I'd mention it

now for a test ride :D
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Re: kr1 now with usd forks

Post by scooble » Sun Dec 06, 2015 3:30 pm

which USD front end is it?

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Re: kr1 now with usd forks

Post by pookie » Sun Dec 06, 2015 10:07 pm

Haven't heard any more, sounds like the test ride wasn't a success :(

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Re: kr1 now with usd forks

Post by mellorp » Tue Dec 08, 2015 10:42 am

scooble wrote:which USD front end is it?
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Re: kr1 now with usd forks

Post by kinkyfreestyler » Thu Dec 10, 2015 12:07 am

right what can i say "solid" is how it feels

it needs some more time to set it up,but felt really good and bed the brake pads in ,although they were more powerful than the twin piston sliding pin originals.
more when the weather dries up abit

the front end is a zxr 400 l,with a custom steering stem, the wheel is a zx6r which is the same as the zxr,brakes are zxr? and the discs are after market petel.see how they go but I,m sure there stop the kr weighing 120kg :D

p.s thanks mellorp for the link I wouldn,t have a clue how to do that
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