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post #21 of 57 Old 11-19-2012, 06:17 PM
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While I think somewhat along similar lines, I don't mind c/f in protective roles:



^ whats that called....i want one
Taylormade Racing Shark Guard (3rd description down).

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Now you need a CF helmet to match:

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Now you need a CF helmet to match:



thats legit...that helmets probably 800-900bucks

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try $1200.
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I don't like non-functional carbon. Pieces that just cover stuff (triple clamp, gas cap, frame) to look like carbon are worse than stock in my eyes. It adds weight, which completely defeats the purpose of carbon.

Now, actual carbon parts that replace stock plastic/reduce weight, that I like!


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This^ .. I think carbon over a frame is tacky and looks . I have no clue why people do this other than to blow $$ and say 'hey bro.. my sh*ts unique'.
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try $1200.
Wonder how spare shield availability is?

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Yea too much. Soooo. I have a solution. Give me the bike. Start all over lol
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I've crashed three times on track this year. CF on frame and swing arm saved them from any scratches. Maybe not directly functional, but on The track bike it's a must!!


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While I think somewhat along similar lines, I don't mind c/f in protective roles:



^ whats that called....i want one
It's called "an expensive way to bend your swingarm."
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I've crashed three times on track this year. CF on frame and swing arm saved them from any scratches. Maybe not directly functional, but on The track bike it's a must!!
Crash less. Problem solved.
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