950 SE 17" wheels

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by oldfool, May 11, 2019.

  1. oldfool

    oldfool Long timer

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    Does anyone know what 17" wheels will bolt right in on the Super Enduro. Maybe same era Super Duke or........
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  2. ncj01

    ncj01 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Any front wheel that fits 125-990cc bike in the last 15 years will fit.

    For the LC8 SMR SM DUKE RC8 wheels you need to buy a rotor adaptor from CJDesigns.

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    All LC8 rear wheels are interchangeable other than the single sided 1290SDR of course.

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    Carry on.
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  3. oldfool

    oldfool Long timer

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    Cool thanks
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  4. fjefman

    fjefman Who is this Thor guy?

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    Just to make sure I got this right. Rear wheels from the 1090, 1190, 1290 will fit the SE? And the front wheels from those bikes will NOT fit?
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  5. ncj01

    ncj01 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Right
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  6. fjefman

    fjefman Who is this Thor guy?

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    Thank you sir, great info.
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    -clinton- Been here awhile

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    Is this also correct for the the 950 Adventure?
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  8. ncj01

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    All 950/990 Adv models can interchange wheelsets.

    950/990 Adv model front wheels will work great on a SE (just use 1 rotor), but SE won’t go onto ADV due to dual rotors and SE hub is single rotor.

    Rear is same for SE & all 950/990/109/1190/1290 Adv models.

    If you want OEM 17’s onto a 950/990 you need to buy CJDesigns rotor adaptor kit for the front. Rears are direct fit except that rotor bolt pattern is different and so if you have an abs model you’ll be in a pickle to get abs sensor ring fitted.

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    Wasn’t sure exactly which way you’re going with your ADV. ask it a bit more specifically for a more tailored answer if you need.
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  9. enduro16

    enduro16 Been here awhile

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    Stock 950 20190603_183328.jpg adventure hubs, Excel wheels...
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  10. oldfool

    oldfool Long timer

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    So what exactly did you have to do to accomplish this?
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  11. ncj01

    ncj01 Been here awhile Supporter

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    They’re direct bolt on, there’s nothing fancy to do.

    SER’s take 950/990adv front wheels as direct bolt ons, simply use the SE axle and spacers. Right side rotor is just extra, so leave it on or remove it, whatever you like.
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