- Low Boost
- Posts: 111
- Joined: Mar 10th, 2019
- Location: Suffolk, UK
- Bike(s): H2 SX SE Perf. Tourer
- Website: http://www.old-gits.org
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I've put BST Carbon wheels on mine. It's the first set of carbon wheels I've ever experienced.
I didn't do before and after measured lap times or standing quarters to show any improvement so can't give measured comparative results. That said, I'm very happy with the conversion. I described it to a friend of mine as "like the improvement new over well worn tyres gives, only times 5".
The bike is lighter, quicker to steer and is happier doing fast changes of direction but all without any loss of stability. The changes are not "in your face" but they are noticeable and they are definitely for the better.
The best endorsement I can give is that my next bike will also have carbon wheels, despite the cost!
An original Old Git
European Motorcycle Tours
The MOI or moment of inertia I cant measure and that is what makes such a difference dynamically to the bike.
I have had a couple pair and they are always a huge difference in the bike, the stock wheels on the h2sx are pretty heavy so I expect the difference to be very dramatic.
besides all mentioned above it also gives your suspension less weight to control and in my experience makes it more complaint
I am a dealer for them so if you decide to get them ill make you a great deal
- Medium Boost
- Posts: 581
- Joined: Aug 19th, 2018
- Location: Edmonton, AB
- Bike(s): 2018 H2 SX SE
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Jealous. Maybe that will be my next winter purchase
2018 H2 SX/SE
-2016+ ZX10R Yoshimura Alpha 3/4 system
-Sprint P08 Filter
-Driven block off plates
-Yager Werx Intercooler
- Boost Engaged
- Posts: 27
- Joined: Mar 29th, 2019
- Location: ON - CANADA
- Bike(s): 1997 Valkryie - 2014 Ninja 1000
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Once I actually see a pair on a bike I'm not sure how long I could restrain myself from ordering a set.
- Medium Boost
- Posts: 533
- Joined: Apr 9th, 2018
- Location: NW Indiana US
- Bike(s): Current bikes: 2018 H2 SX SE, '73 Yamaha RD350, '74 Kawasaki H1E
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Those green BST wheels that 2HYPR fitted to his SX SE looked amazing - good enough to buy on looks alone. Unfortunately, his photos aren't available any more so I'm looking forward to seeing vcyclenut's wheels.
It's amazing how fast you can go when you take your time.
they are the green tinted ones , will match the green carbon end cap on the Brocks exhaust im getting, I can relieve the pain some on the price for sure
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