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Wheels are very soft. It causes them to dent rather than crack or brake...straightening is no problem. They come back more straight than brand new wheels.
 

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You can have that repaired very easily dude.
But you still have to repaint if they use heat.


Best bet is to find a reputable machine shop that can repair it.
and make sure to keep up with the proper tire pressure next time dude.
 

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I've mounted a set of BST carbon wheels on my Yamaha FZ1 & love them. They're actually for an R1 but I've changed the front forks to '07-08 R1's so the front mounted with no issues. The back had to have a spacer machined as the swingarms are considerably different. Probably the only FZ1 in USA with the BST's. Yes they're pricey but that's OK, at least for me.
 
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