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Old 02-21-2010, 10:19 AM   #1006
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Rally Racingg a HP2S?!?!?!....

That's what I call insane!!!!!... For all kinds of reasons!.... but I'm glad someone has the guts!
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Old 02-21-2010, 11:57 AM   #1007
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I like very much that even the 32 years ive been riding, and the 3 years i lived on the USA, i am glad i always learn new applications of english adjectives to motorycling as INSANE has been used on this thread.

sometime we qualify some tuning setups as CRAZY or XTREME, even BRUTAL, ULTIMATE ....etc......... but.............

................................................INSANE

has immediately become my favourite...... THANK YOU.

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Old 02-21-2010, 12:02 PM   #1008
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Ive found this video of an EU track riding with MMs on it.......

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Old 02-21-2010, 12:06 PM   #1009
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more video

Now, let me link you this INSANE ..video of Pfeiffer evolutions on MM. Please watch carefully minute 1:32 where he CLIMBS a car with the MM......

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Old 02-21-2010, 12:09 PM   #1010
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and just to relax a bit, watch our finish fellow rider at Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada, going uphill on a nice twisty road on his MM

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Old 02-21-2010, 02:32 PM   #1011
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Rally Racing an HP2S :

That's what I call insane!!!!!... For all kinds of reasons!.... but I'm glad someone has the guts!
He did some modifications :

I remember :

the grips ;
the front brake calipers who were the ones of the MM (less aggressives)
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Old 02-21-2010, 04:10 PM   #1012
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MM 17" spoked wheels question

hi, i ask this question to the MM community hoping someone have already thought about it or even tried it..............

Regarding the MEGAMOTO, in order to not damage the precious stock blue cast wheels when riding some dirt ..

I am looking for:

A front 17" black tubeless or tubetype spoked rim that allows to fit on the hub two 320 discs and leaves space to the 4 piston stock calipers.

Could you use the rim and spokes from the BMW supermoto front 17" wheel for the HP2 Enduro?
I am asking this to optimize costs in case of buying a BMW SuperMoto set for the HP2 enduro. As soon as i am planning to use a rear 17" black tubeless spoked wheel for the HP2 Enduro that allows up to 160 rear tire.

If not possible to use the HP2 Enduro supermoto front rim, would you use a GS1200 front spoked hub taken from its 19" stock wheel?
then i will use a rear 17" tubeless spoked wheel coming from a GS1200.

this setup will use avon distanzia 120/70/17 tires ..rear 160/60/17, do not need wider rear rim for a 180.

Thank you very much.
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Old 02-21-2010, 04:52 PM   #1013
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Is this Lejeune...

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.... the 3 times world trial champion????
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Old 02-21-2010, 04:56 PM   #1014
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If not possible to use the HP2 Enduro supermoto front rim, would you use a GS1200 front spoked hub taken from its 19" stock wheel?
then i will use a rear 17" tubeless spoked wheel coming from a GS1200.

this setup will use avon distanzia 120/70/17 tires ..rear 160/60/17, do not need wider rear rim for a 180.

Thank you very much.
I think our friend Lejeune has the answer for part of your question...

It looks to me that he's using the GS1200 tubeless wheels here.
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Old 02-21-2010, 07:20 PM   #1015
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I think our friend Lejeune has the answer for part of your question...

It looks to me that he's using the GS1200 tubeless wheels here.
YEAH

They look like GS1200 or even R1200S......but they are cast rims.....

ill watch again all images to make sure if there are other setups on those races.

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Old 02-21-2010, 08:16 PM   #1016
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I think our friend Lejeune has the answer for part of your question...

It looks to me that he's using the GS1200 tubeless wheels here.
Not sure about that. Both those wheels look like 17"s, and the GS has a 19" front wheel.

Those look like the RT or R wheels from a year or so back. . . .

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Old 02-21-2010, 08:18 PM   #1017
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Hey, did I show you guys the new addition?

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Old 02-21-2010, 11:05 PM   #1018
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wowww.. what a nice MM

What are these forks, why are they not in 'gold' color as the Duc's ones ??
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Old 02-22-2010, 05:59 AM   #1019
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Originally Posted by alfaris
hi, i ask this question to the MM community hoping someone have already thought about it or even tried it..............

Regarding the MEGAMOTO, in order to not damage the precious stock blue cast wheels when riding some dirt ..

I am looking for:

A front 17" black tubeless or tubetype spoked rim that allows to fit on the hub two 320 discs and leaves space to the 4 piston stock calipers.

Could you use the rim and spokes from the BMW supermoto front 17" wheel for the HP2 Enduro?
I am asking this to optimize costs in case of buying a BMW SuperMoto set for the HP2 enduro. As soon as i am planning to use a rear 17" black tubeless spoked wheel for the HP2 Enduro that allows up to 160 rear tire.

If not possible to use the HP2 Enduro supermoto front rim, would you use a GS1200 front spoked hub taken from its 19" stock wheel?
then i will use a rear 17" tubeless spoked wheel coming from a GS1200.

this setup will use avon distanzia 120/70/17 tires ..rear 160/60/17, do not need wider rear rim for a 180.

Thank you very much.

I've looked into this, but for road use really. See here
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...ody%27s+wheels
They are beautifully made wheels.
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Old 02-22-2010, 06:05 AM   #1020
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Hey, did I show you guys the new addition?

Goddamit hillbilly you got my dream living room Mega and a duke, and all things manly, Now show the view of your 60" flat screen showing classic motogp racing sat on top of the beer fridge

Coooool
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