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    Default DID or Excel wheels.

    I am looking for a quality wheel set up for my 09 YZ450F. I am NOT interested in DNA or Warp 9. Have customers had good luck with the DID wheels laced on stock hubs? How is DID quality compared to DNA/ Warp 9 wheels? Or should i go for the excel/ Talon for the extra $$ and quality.

    Do you have the DID wheels or Excels in stock for my bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000 xr650r View Post
    I am looking for a quality wheel set up for my 09 YZ450F. I am NOT interested in DNA or Warp 9. Have customers had good luck with the DID wheels laced on stock hubs? How is DID quality compared to DNA/ Warp 9 wheels? Or should i go for the excel/ Talon for the extra $$ and quality.

    Do you have the DID wheels or Excels in stock for my bike?
    Hi

    The DID rims are so/so quality compared to Excel. They are strong, but, for instance you can visibly see some bumps and ripples in the rim itself where the seams are in the metal. You don't get that on an Excel rim.

    We have a set of Excel/Talon Yamaha wheels in stock ready to ship out on Monday if you get your order in this weekend. 17x3.50 and 17x4.25 on the rear. Black rim, gold hub. If that doesn't work for you any other configuration can be done up in a week or so usually. Order up here: http://www.motostrano.com/Excel-Talo...p/kit-whls.htm

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    trying to find some wheels for my 2012 yamaha wr450f......have anything in stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwright55 View Post
    trying to find some wheels for my 2012 yamaha wr450f......have anything in stock?
    Yes- at the moment I have a bunch of Yamaha wheels in stock. Excel, DNA and Warp 9.

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    what kind of pricing are we looking at for a set of the excel rims. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwright55 View Post
    what kind of pricing are we looking at for a set of the excel rims. thanks
    We're looking $1350 right now for that set. http://www.motostrano.com/Excel-Talo...p/kit-whls.htm

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    Our price on DNA wheels just dropped for the holidays.

    A good time to get in on some DNA wheels.

    http://www.motostrano.com/DNA-Superm...s-p/dna-sm.htm

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    Default DNA Supermoto Wheel Sale !@!!!

    Our DNA wheels are currently on sale at one of their lowest prices ever.
    Grab some while you can. Color hub and rims options abound.

    http://www.motostrano.com/DNA-Superm...s-p/dna-sm.htm

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    That's an awesome deal on the DNA wheels. I'm shopping for my first set of supermoto wheels for my '09 KX450. The dream would be to score the Excel/Talon wheels but I want to get on the track and still have plenty of other items to purchase. Aside from a slightly heavier wheel, how are the DNA wheels? I'd rather not replace wheels on a regular basis. I was also looking at the Motostrano wheels with the Excel rim. Strictly to be used on the track. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4strokecowboy View Post
    That's an awesome deal on the DNA wheels. I'm shopping for my first set of supermoto wheels for my '09 KX450. The dream would be to score the Excel/Talon wheels but I want to get on the track and still have plenty of other items to purchase. Aside from a slightly heavier wheel, how are the DNA wheels? I'd rather not replace wheels on a regular basis. I was also looking at the Motostrano wheels with the Excel rim. Strictly to be used on the track. Thanks!
    Honestly the DNA's are not bad for the money and I've watched them improve over the years. There's an over stock of them at the moment, hence the sale. Good time to get a first or secondary set of wheels for cheap while this sale lasts.

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    oooo these look nice


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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    oooo these look nice

    Until when Does the sale last? I was thinking of getting some real soon.
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    there's no end date set, but this it's always subject to change!

    order as soon as you are able. call with questions!

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    Default DNA wheels

    Orange on Orange your thing? We got that covered.


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    very impressive design and quality to be look forward to have. Whats the price its kinda as hell as expensive as it looks in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nishad1990 View Post
    very impressive design and quality to be look forward to have. Whats the price its kinda as hell as expensive as it looks in this.
    These are the full-custom wheels that sell for a little under $1100 for a set, front and rear.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-Sup...89-117cust.htm

    Standard colors ship for about $900 for a set, front and rear.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-Sup...9-11712f-b.htm

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    It's a swell time to order up supermoto wheels if you don't like to wait.

    Ready for quick ship and In stock, we have the following sets of wheels

    Warp9 BMW G450X wheels
    Warp9 Yamaha Wheels Black/Gold
    Warp9 Honda CRF450 Wheels Black/Red
    Warp9 KTM Wheels Black/Orange/Black-spoke/Orange-Nip
    DNA Honda CRF Red/Red 5.0
    DNA KTM Orange/Orange
    DNA YAMAHA Black/Black
    Excel/Talon Aprilia SXV Black/Red

    Also some one-offs of rears and fronts.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Supermoto-Wheels-s/1957.htm

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    looking for a recommendation for a new rim (will just get it laced locally) for my husaberg 570. looking for a 5 inch, that will allow me to remain tubeless.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by the bartender View Post
    looking for a recommendation for a new rim (will just get it laced locally) for my husaberg 570. looking for a 5 inch, that will allow me to remain tubeless.

    thanks
    Hmmm. We've played around with those tubeless rims you have but never replaced them, that I know of. So- I don't know if our Excel rims will work or not!, to be honest. I'll check with my wheel guy and see what he knows.

    Joe

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    Default Kawasaki KLR 650 Supermoto Wheels

    KRL 650 owners have always had a hard time converting to supermoto. No more, as we now have the full Warp 9 Supermoto wheelsets available. They take the cush drive and have a spot for speedo.

    Kawasaki KLR 650 Supermoto Wheels

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-KLR...ls-p/w9klr.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    KRL 650 owners have always had a hard time converting to supermoto. No more, as we now have the full Warp 9 Supermoto wheelsets available. They take the cush drive and have a spot for speedo.

    Kawasaki KLR 650 Supermoto Wheels

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-KLR...ls-p/w9klr.htm

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    KLR :P haha, just kidding around, good deal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 250rider View Post
    KLR :P haha, just kidding around, good deal!
    next up, supermoto wheels for the M4 Sherman. kidding. lotta interest in that bike over the years.

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    Any rotor upgrade for a wr250x? I don't see anything on the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vendiola7 View Post
    Any rotor upgrade for a wr250x? I don't see anything on the site.
    I don't believe we have any specific brake sets for the X just yet. I'll try to post here if we do.

    Our main brake companies currently are Braking, Beringer, Moto-Master and EBC.

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    Any answer to this yet? (Tubeless 5" for a husaberg)

    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    Hmmm. We've played around with those tubeless rims you have but never replaced them, that I know of. So- I don't know if our Excel rims will work or not!, to be honest. I'll check with my wheel guy and see what he knows.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-rex View Post
    Any answer to this yet? (Tubeless 5" for a husaberg)
    Yes- so- your husaberg uses a special rim that has a sealer strip in there as well. We've rebuilt them before using the OEM parts but none of our rims will work on that set-up, as far as we know. So- it's a no go if you want to remain tubeless with any of the rims we offer.

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    DNA supermoto wheels as sets and individuals are still on sale in a GREAT way. $699 gets you a front and rear in either a 4.25 or 5.00 rear in any color choice of Black, Blue, Gold, Red, Silver or Polished.

    http://www.motostrano.com/DNA-Superm...s-p/dna-sm.htm

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    We have some really sweet Talon Excel Supermoto wheels for Aprilia



    check them out here!

    http://www.motostrano.com/Aprilia-SX...t-whls-apr.htm

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    Default Honda CRF250L Supermoto Wheels

    Good news for Honda CRF250L owners! We now finally have wheels available for the CRF250L

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-Sup...p/92-11732.htm

    Uses stock size front rotor for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    We have some really sweet Talon Excel Supermoto wheels for Aprilia
    Is that a 5" or 5.5" rear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar13 View Post
    Is that a 5" or 5.5" rear?

    That is a 5.0 rea rim.

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    Brand new scuffed/scratched set of Excel / Talon supermoto wheels for your Yamaha WR. Has speedo, etc.
    Save some money with these "pre-scratched" wheels that look great otherwise.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Yamaha-WR-...p/yamsratc.htm

    one set available at this price

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    Killer deal! Wish I had the money tough.
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    Default Wr250x

    Anything like that for the wr250x? I am in need of tires soon and thought I Would upgrade rims as well. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki87 View Post
    Anything like that for the wr250x? I am in need of tires soon and thought I Would upgrade rims as well. Thanks.
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    Hi Loki. Yes- you can order our Bare Bones kit here http://www.motostrano.com/Supermoto-.../kit-bones.htm

    or the wheels alone, here: http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-Sup...9-11712f-b.htm

    Give me a call if you need help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    DAMNNN Me likey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raytard View Post
    DAMNNN Me likey
    willl the whit ones work with my stock odometer, and speedometer? if so how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki87 View Post
    willl the whit ones work with my stock odometer, and speedometer? if so how much?
    Hey Loki- what bike do you have?

    Typically the Excel Talon wheels or Marchesini wheels will allow you to run your speedo drive. Check those out here

    http://www.motostrano.com/Excel-Talo...p/kit-whls.htm

    they are, of course, more expensive than the wheels that don't do the drive.

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    Hows it goin Motostrano. I've been wanting to buy Warp9 sm rims (17x4.25/17x3.5) to lace to my stock 97 DR650 hubs but am worried about the slight offset of the spoke angles due to the cush drive...i can lace/true wheels myself very well, but is it possible to slightly elongate the nipple holes on the rear rim to work on the stock dr hub so spokes are a straightline shit? And do you carry a spoke set for said combo? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudelinger View Post
    Hows it goin Motostrano. I've been wanting to buy Warp9 sm rims (17x4.25/17x3.5) to lace to my stock 97 DR650 hubs but am worried about the slight offset of the spoke angles due to the cush drive...i can lace/true wheels myself very well, but is it possible to slightly elongate the nipple holes on the rear rim to work on the stock dr hub so spokes are a straightline shit? And do you carry a spoke set for said combo? Thanks.
    Hey dudelinger-

    Doing the spokes for you is no problem. As far as the nipple holes, that would be something you'd probably want to do yourself when you get the spokes and rims and line everything up. The other options of course is to simply buy the Warp 9 wheelset for your ride.

    Let me know if I can help further!

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    Thanks for quick reply and good info. I'll be buying the warp9 hoops and the necessary spokes from you in a couple days. Do i need to make a custom order for all of that? And about how much for all of that? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudelinger View Post
    Thanks for quick reply and good info. I'll be buying the warp9 hoops and the necessary spokes from you in a couple days. Do i need to make a custom order for all of that? And about how much for all of that? Thanks
    Roughly $500 for the parts. By comparison, we have DR650 wheels in stock for $900 including a 320MM rotor, rear rotor and rear sprocket.

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    Default Issues with Warp 9 hub width TE449

    I bought a set of Warp 9 wheels from my dealer a few months ago. While fitting the front wheel, I realized the Warp 9 hub is narrrower than my stock 2013 TE449 hub. Even with some preload on the axle after sliding the axle over to the left I still have some freeplay. My dealer stated that if they call Warp 9 the first thing they will ask is "whats your stock hub width?" I find that to be bull$hit and if the two hubs are different widths, I should have received a spacer. Anyone else have issues with this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by S2Landie View Post
    I bought a set of Warp 9 wheels from my dealer a few months ago. While fitting the front wheel, I realized the Warp 9 hub is narrrower than my stock 2013 TE449 hub. Even with some preload on the axle after sliding the axle over to the left I still have some freeplay. My dealer stated that if they call Warp 9 the first thing they will ask is "whats your stock hub width?" I find that to be bull$hit and if the two hubs are different widths, I should have received a spacer. Anyone else have issues with this?
    There is a spacer that is used from husqy to husqy. We are finding Husqy variances to be just getting worse, rather than better, such that even within the same year/ model they bikes will have different size hubs.

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    Any deals going on with DNA still or Warp 9? Looking for a KTM supermoto wheelset or kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilsner View Post
    Any deals going on with DNA still or Warp 9? Looking for a KTM supermoto wheelset or kit.
    Hey Pilsner-

    Yes- Long answer. I have a beautiful set of KTM DNA wheels all orange in stock waiting for a home, orphaned by an order who couldn't wait an extra week for anodizing they now sit in our store all pent up with rolling energy waiting to experience the fun of supermoto!

    short answer, yes. One set in stock -orange. Order here: http://www.motostrano.com/DNA-Superm.../dna-sm-rk.htm

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    Default How to get from here to there

    I have a 2007 Honda CRF250R with a set of Warp9's front and rear. Rear is 4.25".
    Tires are a problem for me. Currently has Continental SM tires (road), which aren't bad, but the front doesn't allow enough lean angle before sliding. Bike is strictly race bike. Wanting to go to slicks.

    What is the easiest way to get from here to there?

    Ideally I would like a 16.5" front and 5" x17" rear.

    I'm not made of money...

    One option is to just buy the rear Warp9, but this leaves me at 17" up front. I don't see a 16.5" Warp9.

    What other options do I have. Excel's look nice. Are the Warp 9 disks interchangeable to the Excel's? Could I buy Excel's and move everything over and keep the Warp9's for possible street duty?

    Other thoughts?

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    Hey Chris

    Let's rock n roll!

    As you would like to get into a 16.5 and 5 inch rear, I would steer you to the Excel Talon wheels we have here:

    http://www.motostrano.com/Excel-Talo...p/kit-whls.htm

    Warp 9 doesn't do a 16.5 front.

    The hubs on the Excel Talon wheels would be the Talons - made in the UK - and they will use the same bolt pattern as your Warp 9s
    so you can change stuff over. Great stuff. The best in the business.

    The other alt. is to stick with 17s and do a 5 inch rear from Warp 9, but 16.5 is the way to go if you are racing.

    Let's do it. Call me or place your order online.

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