**Withdrawn** F4i forks, F3 wheel bolt on front end set up. - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 10 Old 11-16-2012, 09:34 AM Thread Starter
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**Withdrawn** F4i forks, F3 wheel bolt on front end set up.

Alright here's the deal, i want Zaq's front end so mine must go!

This is a complete bolt on F4i/F3 combo. Includes everything needed to bolt on a 919 and ride. All parts powdercoated satin black and straight and clean.

- '01 F4i forks. .95 racetech springs fresh seals and oil. (satin black lowers)
- upper triple (satin black)
- lower triple (satin black)
- F3 wheel with 1/2 season old pilot power and rotors. Wheel and rotor centers powder coated. (satin black)
- cb919 front fender CF vinyl wrap with custom stainless mounting brackets.
- F4i axle
- custom spacers to center the calipers and wheel to mount it all up.
- will also include and extra set of F4i valves/dampers and lower tubes.


$800.00 for everything.

Better pics & info to follow, just threw this together on my phone right quick.
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post #2 of 10 Old 11-16-2012, 09:43 AM
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No way.....i would be willing to throw in the matching 900rr rear wheel and powder coated swingarm for a little more $$$.

Try to find a F3 wheel and rotors lately. The are just getting more and more scarse.

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Heli... is all this stuff pretty much a direct swap?
can you still use stock 919 brake equipment.. instrument panel.. headlight.. etc..?

I'm interested as all hell... but I'd like to know how much work all this all is before I jump into this swap.

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Heli... is all this stuff pretty much a direct swap?
can you still use stock 919 brake equipment.. instrument panel.. headlight.. etc..?

I'm interested as all hell... but I'd like to know how much work all this all is before I jump into this swap.
It bolts up just like the OEM stuff. You can reuse your calipers, headlight wiring etc. Basically remove and reinstall.

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excellent...

total cost (the lowest you're willing to go/deal for fellow Canadian/previous customer HAHAHAHA) with rear wheel and swing arm (if you're willing to throw those in) and shipping to P0H1H0 please

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What the... Zaq selling his front end again?! Dude doesn't stop!

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Oh and a total steal at $800. I'd do it if I weren't so close to being free from my CC shackles... Glws!

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- '01 RC51 SP1 (Sold)
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Just in case anyone missed it... I called dibs!

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Lock it up. Keeping this set up ....... for now.

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