Nothing personal against your bike bro. In fact I think the TLR is one of the best looking Sportbike bikes on the market today!
But why would you blow $4,500 on Dymag wheels for one of the heaviest Sportbikes on the market?
It's kind of like putting carbon fiber body on a Mac truck.
I just don't understand why someone would by the TLR and then blow money on Marchesini and Dymag wheels. Why not just buy a lighter bike and save yourself the cash? Hell, I would not waste the money for those wheels on my 98ZX9R and it's over 30 pounds lighter than the TLR.
P.S. Before you get all bent out of shape...
Dry Weight 374.79 LBS
Dry Weight 374.80 LBS
Dry Weight 385 LBS
Dry Weight 403.50 LBS
Dry Weight 434.31 LBS
But hey, if ya got the cash, then go for it.
P.S. The best way to lose weight on the bike is to put the rider on a diet. Just ask RCJohn!
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Last edited by Robert; 05-01-2001 at 11:37 PM.