Dudes, check out Core Moto for way cool forged wheels at a very reasonable price. Supposedly completely plug and play. I have an '18 black N1k and thinkin gold wheels. Mmmmmm........ coremoto.com Made in the USA!!
Core Moto bought Carrozzeria a little while back. OZ and Titax make wheels around the same price, maybe a little cheaper. Titax is a newer name to us, but has been around a long time. Titax is now making wheels for Aprilia and others. All good choices.
I had a set of the Carrozzeria wheels on my 600 RR track bike, and bought a set for my ZX6R after Carrozzeria was purchased by Core Moto. Both sets mounted right up with no issues. Great bang for the buck for lighter wheels. For street use they are a nice upgrade but where you really reap the benefits of lighter rims is on the track.
Titax , at one time, made a bunch of stuff for Rocky Mountain ATV and they sold it under the Tusk label. Sprockets and levers type stuff that were good quality. This is the same Core Moto that does the brake lines, right? Love their lines.
I’ve had four sets of carrozeria wheels. Core moto is the same company. They damaged their relationships with vendors as carrozeria because they’d under sell their vendors. Core moto is working to rebuild that relationship.
Good wheels. I’ve loved every set I’ve had. I had two sets on vmaxs and two sets on z1000s.
Hey guys,I did have this on the parts and accessories page, but obviously, now I have found this section, it better off here.
I have close to 10,000k on my 2019 ZX1000WKF, so a little ways away from needing a new tires probably, but have already been doing homework. Before getting the 1000 last...
I was going to switch to Rosso Corsa II's to try something new but I guess now I won't have to. Been running Metzeler's for years now and been pretty happy.........
Well, it was time for new rubber for the '18 N1K.
I never liked these stock shoes. They would slide on me when I got leaned pretty far over, even at low speed. I never had an issue with turn in, as many have complained of here. So, I went with the 190/50 stock size for rear. I got the warning...
Bought new rubber when I had headers installed. Tried to get Pirelli's, but they weren't going to be there in time, so went with Q4's. Rode them for approximately 30 miles yesterday, and as far as turning, curves, etc., I feel a huge difference. Bike turns so much easier now than with the stock...
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