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post #1 of 11 Old 09-14-2019, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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04-05 wheels on 07

I'm looking for new rims, prefer white, and if they came with rotors it would be nice. I came across this

http://www.motorcycletire.com/produc...br-galfer.html

But it states 04-05 model years.

Was looking at these

Arashi Front Rear Wheel Rim and Brake Disc Rotors for HONDA CBR1000RR 2006-2016 Motorcycle Replacement Accessories CBR 1000 RR CBR1000 1000RR 1000CC White 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WWV7BMK..._74vFDbVW7PSAK

But first few pages of reviews on this site is turning me away.

Anyone have any input? I also noticed the sprocket mounting appears different on the carrozzeria set. Is this true?

I'm doing my bike AMD she is completely naked. I ordered plastics from auctmart (black) and they came in 2 days ago. Went to dealer and got new clutch AMD stator covers and white ceramic plant to bake in to inlay Honda logos. Going to paint the plastics around radiator, inner at top, and side pieces to tank all white.

Thanks all.

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post #2 of 11 Old 09-14-2019, 10:35 PM
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04-07 wheels are all the same so its a straight swap. Arashi wheels are chinese junk plain and simple. Carrozzeria (CoreMoto)wheels are great but yes you will need a new rear sprocket as their cush drive is different.

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Do you know where to get the sleeves? And do I have to replace sprocket or just the easy it attaches to wheel? I had a hard time finding 530 42 tooth before.

RR7
D&D slip on
Driven racing steal 530 17/42.
RK-X CHAIN
Driven racing pair block off.
Power Commander 5.
Power Commander Auto Tune add on.
Gutted intake box.
K&N track only filters (elimates stock Venturi restrictors).
ASV levers.
Dyno tuned.
Stock suspension set up to my weight and riding position.
Aftermarket plastics from auctmart.
Waiting on Carrozzeria rims.
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post #4 of 11 Old 09-17-2019, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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Ordered Carrozzeria*wheels today raw ready to paint. $120 each local to get powder coated white.

Also ordered in this to put on them
Reflective Black Motorcycle Rim Wheel Decal Accessory Sticker For Honda CBR 1000RR https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071KLNRRM..._lctGDb3CY6NRS

RR7
D&D slip on
Driven racing steal 530 17/42.
RK-X CHAIN
Driven racing pair block off.
Power Commander 5.
Power Commander Auto Tune add on.
Gutted intake box.
K&N track only filters (elimates stock Venturi restrictors).
ASV levers.
Dyno tuned.
Stock suspension set up to my weight and riding position.
Aftermarket plastics from auctmart.
Waiting on Carrozzeria rims.
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My CZís take a Kawasaki rear sprocket. I donít know if they have changed their design but my wheels take half torque on the axle nuts.

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My CZís take a Kawasaki rear sprocket. I donít know if they have changed their design but my wheels take half torque on the axle nuts.
Wow. Thanks for the info. By chance, you recall year/make on the kz sprocket?

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D&D slip on
Driven racing steal 530 17/42.
RK-X CHAIN
Driven racing pair block off.
Power Commander 5.
Power Commander Auto Tune add on.
Gutted intake box.
K&N track only filters (elimates stock Venturi restrictors).
ASV levers.
Dyno tuned.
Stock suspension set up to my weight and riding position.
Aftermarket plastics from auctmart.
Waiting on Carrozzeria rims.
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I canít recall but any zx10 rear sprocket bolt pattern will work.

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Power Commander 3
Jardine RT-1 Dual Outlet CF
Carrozzerias V-Tracks (Yellow)
Annitori RL Quickshift
Sticky Michelins 34F/36R
Galfer Steel Braided Lines
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Pearl Flash Yellow Sargent Seat
EK X Ring Chain
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Thank you.

RR7
D&D slip on
Driven racing steal 530 17/42.
RK-X CHAIN
Driven racing pair block off.
Power Commander 5.
Power Commander Auto Tune add on.
Gutted intake box.
K&N track only filters (elimates stock Venturi restrictors).
ASV levers.
Dyno tuned.
Stock suspension set up to my weight and riding position.
Aftermarket plastics from auctmart.
Waiting on Carrozzeria rims.
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post #9 of 11 Old 10-17-2019, 11:02 PM Thread Starter
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Well it appears that manufacturing is behind on the wheels I ordered, and the correspondence with me via email has ended up in my spam box. Good news is Iíll be getting the Apex 6 wheels instead, bad news it doesnít come as package deal with rotors, and one of my front (maybe both) rotors are warped. And they did send me the info for suggested sprockets.

Due to the bolt circle diameter of the cush drive system, All V-Track Wheels require the use of a Kawasaki bolt pattern sprocket.
You will need a sprocket to fit your current pitch 520-530. Then the proper tooth count. We can help
520 Chains = ZX-6R (2003-Current),
525 Chains = ZX-10R (2003-Current)
530 Chain = ZX-12R (2002-2006)

I do hope this applies to the Apex 6 wheels. Still looking at a 3-4 week wait though.

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D&D slip on
Driven racing steal 530 17/42.
RK-X CHAIN
Driven racing pair block off.
Power Commander 5.
Power Commander Auto Tune add on.
Gutted intake box.
K&N track only filters (elimates stock Venturi restrictors).
ASV levers.
Dyno tuned.
Stock suspension set up to my weight and riding position.
Aftermarket plastics from auctmart.
Waiting on Carrozzeria rims.
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The Apex 6 wheels use a 5 bolt sprocket similar to Marchesini I believe. Better check on that before you order as the older CZ wheels were a 6 bolt pattern.

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