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February 11, 2003, 09:45 PM

I'm thinking about getting these wheels this spring or summer. They are Marchesini 10 spoke forged magnesium wheels. The Front & Rears wiegh 6.04lbs and 7.76lbs respectively. My stock wheels weigh 9.25 lbs and 12 lbs for the front and rear respectively. The weight saving alone is nice, I need to calculate how much less power it will take to rotate these bad boys.

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February 12, 2003, 04:31 PM

Oh Hell Yeah!!!!
I'll take a set if you're feeling generous...


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February 12, 2003, 07:25 PM

Tifosi,
DOn't know what to say about the wheels, but that picture of you(from the train in Italy, I remember) is frickin scary!!

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It looks like I'm going to get a Titanium or Carbon Fiber Half system instead of the wheels. Well, maybe I can get both, hhmmmmm...
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DOn't know what to say about the wheels, but that picture of you(from the train in Italy, I remember) is frickin scary!!
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March 14, 2003, 10:59 AM

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It looks like I'm going to get a Titanium or Carbon Fiber Half system instead of the wheels. Well, maybe I can get both, hhmmmmm...
Man, let me know before you get your system. I got mine from Black Widow Racing and took a gamble. It sounds nasty and I think it looks great. I will probably see you on Sunday if you are going to ride w/ SBN'rs. Here's the link.

http://www.bwracing.com/


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March 14, 2003, 11:52 AM

Yellabelly, I'll see you Sunday at the "Plex" in Cetreville

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