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Old 08-06-2014, 05:45 AM   #31
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Well, at some point I'm going to try my 1190 Adv on the track. If it works out, i'll be looking for a 17" front, but just for track days, not street.

Just quicker handling and better selection of performance rubber.

But for anything with a hint of dirt, oh yea, the 19" is a far better choice.
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Old 08-16-2014, 07:11 PM   #32
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superduke wheels

so does anyone know if super duke 990 wheels will fit straight on then just add disks and abs ring can get a pair at a reasonable price
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Old 05-25-2015, 12:10 PM   #33
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does anyone know if the 1290 Super Duke wheels fit the 1190 ADV ??



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Old 05-25-2015, 01:46 PM   #34
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Interesting project. It's a seemingly drastic change, and brings back memories of Honda's 16" front, 18" rear combination on the VFs/VFRs of the time. The steering was quicker & lighter, but feedback from the front was noticeably diminished. Better road rubber definitely would improve traction. Would be curious to know how the rest of the bike reacts to the change.
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Interesting project. It's a seemingly drastic change, and brings back memories of Honda's 16" front, 18" rear combination on the VFs/VFRs of the time. The steering was quicker & lighter, but feedback from the front was noticeably diminished. Better road rubber definitely would improve traction. Would be curious to know how the rest of the bike reacts to the change.
I was out pushing my 1190 hard this weekend with a Road Attack 2 on the rear and the stock Trail Attack on the front. I had only a few times I felt the front slide but I would much rather have the cast wheels and the choices of tire with a 17 front. The 1290 wheels are not cheap but are cheaper than some other alternatives for sure.


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Old 05-25-2015, 08:26 PM   #36
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does anyone know if the 1290 Super Duke wheels fit the 1190 ADV ??



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The front might, but axle diameters may be an obstacle. The rear definitely won't, since the SD's rear wheel is fitted to a single-sided swingarm, and the 1190RA is a conventional design.
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The front might, but axle diameters may be an obstacle. The rear definitely won't, since the SD's rear wheel is fitted to a single-sided swingarm, and the 1190RA is a conventional design.
ah good point


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Old 05-26-2015, 04:17 AM   #38
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wouldn´t every 950/99/1190 marchesini wheels fit straight up. Buy the wheel and use the adapter/spacer to whatever bike you run.
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:33 AM   #39
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wouldn´t every 950/99/1190 marchesini wheels fit straight up. Buy the wheel and use the adapter/spacer to whatever bike you run.
The rear is compatible with 990's so superduke or sm/smt rear should fit no issue. Front is not with 990's, but maybe it is with SDR1290?
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:29 PM   #40
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17 wire front for 1190

Looked into and we have yet to put a 17" front wheel on the 1190. It should be able to be done though, the rim would minimally require a x-lace drill pattern to afford enough space for the calipers. The 950 & 990 hubs are too narrow, so would have to be built with an 1190 stock or aftermarket Rad hub. Have not been able to confirm 1290 super duke wheel would fit, but they do use the same size bearings, just unable to confirm if the wheel is wide enough and more importantly that rotors spaced out to same spacing. If had to venture to guess after looking at parts fiche appears that wheel is narrower on the 1290, more like the 950/990 hubs as spacers used, etc. are same since 2005.

On the rear, yes the 950/990 wheel will fit, but you will need to make modification to the rear sprocket side spacer or replace with the 1190 spacer & plated steel ring that allows for proper fitment inside swingarm.

As Woody pointed out: the 17" will produce snappier handling and will increase steering headshake at speeds above 90-100MPH,,necessitating a steering damper to help avoid crapping in your pants....hence for all around enjoyment I've advocated the 19" front wheel set-up...being a former road racer..i admit for track days the 17 may be a superior set-up and of course you have the advantage of a plethora of sticky tire choices...

here's another thread on the subject, most of which crosses over to the 1190.
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...=632492&page=2

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