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Carbon Fibre Wheels R1100s

$1,800 and they are in San Diego (El Cajon).
I have sold my BCR and was not able to convince the buyer that he needed these wheels! You need these wheels!
They are 8 and 9 lbs lighter than the stock wheels and make a major improvement on the handling of the 1100s and they'll look sick on your bike!
Dymag wheels with brake discs, ready to mount. I can remove the fairly worn M3's if needed.



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Old 07-05-2018, 11:27 AM
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Damn I want these....
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I couldn't figure out how to post this to the original ad but here is a photo of the bike the above wheels came off of. There are no blemishes. I only put about 4-5,000 miles on the wheels and acquired them from a BMW dealer/friend who sold his R1100s many years ago. Not sure how many miles he put on them but they are in excellent condition.
Thank you for looking!

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What is the width of the rear wheel?

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the rear wheel is 6" and has a 180 on it.
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Would LOVE to have these if they weren't so expensive (CF wheels in general, not these in particular). I also have an Aprilia Tuono that has forged aluminum wheels that are also lighter than "regular" wheels (but not as light as these), and, OMG what a difference in steering it made. I assume most of the difference is due to the front wheel but still...… Someone is going to get an excellent deal on a really nice upgrade.....
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Would LOVE to have these if they weren't so expensive (CF wheels in general, not these in particular). I also have an Aprilia Tuono that has forged aluminum wheels that are also lighter than "regular" wheels (but not as light as these), and, OMG what a difference in steering it made. I assume most of the difference is due to the front wheel but still...Ö Someone is going to get an excellent deal on a really nice upgrade.....
Thank you Sungamma,
They do make a very noticeable improvement in handling. Dropping a total of 17 pounds off the unsprung weight lessens the gyroscopic effect, quickening the turn in as well as acceleration braking improvements. The 1100s is pretty heavy by sport bike standards and this makes a huge change! But you all know that! ;-)
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Any more pictures of the bike they came off of? I have not seen a 1100S done up that way and it looks damn sexy! Love to see a few more pictures.
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Can you still run ABS with these wheels?
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Do you know if these will fit on the R1200S?

They look fantastic!
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Do you know if these will fit on the R1200S?
No, 12's are 5 lug.

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Keep a look out for a pair of BSTís for a K12/1300 I have a pair on my K they also fit the 1200s but a world away from what fits the 1100.

Oddly enough the only set of wheels I can leave for 6 months and the tyre pressure never drops a lb.
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