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post #1 of 185 Old 10-14-2007, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Rvt100r RC51 Wheel Swap info

This swap is for a 2004-2007 Cbr1000r, but may work for a 929/954...

Wheels

Sp1 Model
2000-2001

Still looking for a better pic

Sp2 Model
2002-2005


Info

Sp2 vs Stock

2005 Sp2 weights

Front wheel w/ bearings, seals, and collar no brake disc(s)
9.5 lbs

Rear wheel w/ bearings, seals, and collar no crush drive, sprocket, or brake disc
12.25 lbs

2006 CBR1000rr weights

Front wheel w/ bearings, seals, and collar no brake disc(s)
9.0 lbs

Rear wheel w/ bearings, seals, and collar no crush drive, sprocket, or brake disc
12.25 lbs


Parts

Parts needed for the rear

Rvt1000r/RC51 parts

Factory Part # Description Qty.
42620-MCF-000 COLLAR, RR. 1

91052-MCF-003 BEARING (6005) 1

91053-MAZ-003 BEARING (6205X2) 1

91254-MCF-003 DUST SEAL 1

91352-MCF-003 O-RING (51X2) 1

Cbr1000rr parts

Crush Drive
Sprocket
Spacers
Damping Kit for Crush drive
Axle w/ various other axle parts


Parts needed for the front

Rvt1000r/RC51 parts

ZERO just the wheel

Cbr1000rr parts

Factory Part # Description Qty.

91052-MCF-003 BEARING (6005) 2

91252-MCJ-003 DUST SEAL (31X47X7) 2

44620-MCJ-000* COLLAR, FR. 1

44312-MCJ-750 COLLAR, L. FR. 1

44311-MEL-D20* COLLAR, R. FR. 1

Axle w/ various other axle parts



Modification... Part Numbers with * at the end

The RC51 axle collar is to small in size and the axle won't fit. So use the CBR1000rr collar, but it needs to be cut down to 109mm from 112 or so... The inside distance of the wheel is different. If you don't the wheels bearings won't be able to sit all the way in... Now to get the collar to fit inside of the wheel, you need to dremel the middle axle opening in the wheel bigger. It almost fits but needs 3mm to 4mm of help.This leads to the next mod.

Next is the front right spacer needs to be longer by ~2 mm. I found a few shims local the where .94 mm thick each.


After that tighten all bolts to factory specs and enjoy. I took the new wheels to the canyons today and didn't feel a difference of the .5 lbs of the front wheel. Now if you do a part number search the CBR954RR, the parts numbers are the same for the front parts (so search).





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that fucking sweet!!! thanks for the info!!

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Akrapovich titanium slip on
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Painted black case covers
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gotta admit i was skeptical but not anymore

that looks exemplary !!! good job man

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Thanks, and I added more information about the front wheel, also put a crummie sp1 pic in.


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Very nice man, that looks very nice.

congratulations on that mod.
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sick dealllllllllll

how much did it all cost minus the rims themselves

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PC-III with custom map
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Jardine F/E with Griggs rear blinkers
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I spent about 80 bucks on parts minus the wheels.


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Nice write up man. Very useful for someone wanting to do this.

Oh yea, Bike looks fucking sick!!
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Nice write up man. Very useful for someone wanting to do this.

Oh yea, Bike looks fucking sick!!
its on my to do list........my looooonnnnggggg to do list!!!

[B]2004 Red/Black
Mods

CRG shorties powdercoated gold
Sato gp shift rearsets powdercoated gold
Akrapovich titanium slip on
Reflective red rimtape
Painted black case covers
Painted black swingarm
Painted black gas cap
Steel braided brake lines
Rear seat cowl w/ 600rr seat cowl back pad added
In-dash gear indicator mod
Blue gauges mod
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