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post #861 of 1203 Old 11-09-12, 17:05
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Full kit to 20373 please!
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A picture of the bike with GB Racing bundle on it.

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A picture of the bike with GB Racing bundle on it.





Looks really clean.


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Price for full kit with breakdown for each part to 14305.
Is this kit designed specifically for track? - how does it compare to carbonfibre kits?
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The fiber reinforced nylon will be more durable than carbon fiber when it comes to abrasion resistance.
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Anyone knows if the covers from the 12' model will fit on a 11engine??
I guess there wont be any prob,right??.....I prefer the fully closed ones cause on one of my engine covers I have silicone remains from the carbon cover I used to have on.....

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