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O.Z. Contact Info

O.Z America Inc.
7500 NW 25th St. Unit # A4
Miami, FL 33122
[email protected]
ph 305.471.0042
fax 305.471.7552

For the nearest O.Z racing distributor dial 1.888.OZracing (697.2246)

Call or e-mail them with year and model of bikes and wheels and you will get a definitive answer. I didn't see any info listed for a location near you.
 

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Welcome! To be honest with you, RRW comparo weighed the wheels on all 4 literbikes and the RR's are the lightest of them all. Hell, I think they are the lightest production units ever made! So unless it's for looks, you're not going to gain much.
 

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gRReg said:
Welcome! To be honest with you, RRW comparo weighed the wheels on all 4 literbikes and the RR's are the lightest of them all. Hell, I think they are the lightest production units ever made! So unless it's for looks, you're not going to gain much.
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thanks for your info.... :D :D but is it lighter then the OZ rim??
 

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I don't know. You'll have to pick up that issue of RRW and compare the two weights. Alternatively, you can remove the front wheel of the RR, remove the tire and rotors, and weigh them on a bathroom scale. That should be enough to tell you if it's heavier or lighter. It won't be very accurate though, and I wouldn't publish the weights you get, but it'll give you an approximate difference in weight.
 

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Guys - I've been looking for rims for about 2 months now ... I was told OZ will NOT be producing rims for the 1000RR this year ... PVM are custom orders (alum around $2000) and Marchesini will have a 10 spoke for a bit higher ...
 
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