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    Thumbs up Warp 9 Forged Supermoto Wheels - ALL NEW PRODUCT

    We are now taking pre-orders for the all new Forged wheels from Warp 9! Get your orders in now for they will sell out quick.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm

    New for 2016 Warp 9 will be offering forged tubeless Supermoto Wheels. Wheels will come standard with Cush Drive Rear Hubs, Color Select Rims, Color Select Hubs, Apex Floating Rotors, and Sprockets. The wheels will also feature a color matched valve stem.

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    1999 - Current KTM All EXC, MXC

    2014 - Current Husqvarna All

    2014 - Current Husaberg All

    1*Will not fit 25mm axle bikes i.e. 1999 - 2013 SX Models*

    2*Will be magnetic Speedo compatible*




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    Those look awesome. Do you plan to expand the applications if they sell well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffOnline View Post
    Those look awesome. Do you plan to expand the applications if they sell well?

    Yes, for the moment, the applications are listed on our web site.

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    How long before these are expected to ship? I only see a 17x5 on your site, will they come in 17x 4.25 too? starting my sumo build next month and not sure if I can do a 5" rim on a 2001 520 exc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto_tarded View Post
    How long before these are expected to ship? I only see a 17x5 on your site, will they come in 17x 4.25 too? starting my sumo build next month and not sure if I can do a 5" rim on a 2001 520 exc?

    The first set we're getting is a KTM with 4.25 rear. That set is available now. Just 2 sets in stock for those. Be the first on your block to have them by ordering now.

    Other sizes and applications are coming out in 60 days.

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    Do you have any weight info? Those seem REALLY tempting to adapt to my road racer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    The first set we're getting is a KTM with 4.25 rear. That set is available now. Just 2 sets in stock for those. Be the first on your block to have them by ordering now.

    Other sizes and applications are coming out in 60 days.

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    I'll be ordering mine around the 1st (waiting until my bonus is finally deposited). These things dropped at the perfect time for my first sumo build!
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    Sub'd, looking forward to hearing some weight specs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StraydogEOD View Post
    Sub'd, looking forward to hearing some weight specs.
    Me too!

    We have the first 2 sets on order and will be weighing them here and posting a full review.

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    Damn! I just ordered my kit with standard spoked wheels. These look sexy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Larry View Post
    Damn! I just ordered my kit with standard spoked wheels. These look sexy!!

    We can change your kit if you want. End of February and start of March is when they are due in.

    These are supposed to weigh in about 29 lbs as a set, slightly over some Marchesini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    We can change your kit if you want. End of February and start of March is when they are due in.

    These are supposed to weigh in about 29 lbs as a set, slightly over some Marchesini.

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    Ordered!! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Larry View Post
    Ordered!! Thanks!
    Thanks Larry!

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    Just ordered mine, can't wait to see these things!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto_tarded View Post
    Just ordered mine, can't wait to see these things!
    With great gratitude sir!

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    These looks very interesting. I would really like a little more information on them before I order a set though.

    I really like the design they used too.

    On your site it shows you can pick the color for both the Rim and Hub. Is this correct? Do you have any examples of the other colors?

    Never used a forged wheel for a supermoto before. How strong are they? Think I might be a little worried about cracking of breaking.

    Thinking about buying a set of these instead of replacing my front wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeDelmo View Post
    These looks very interesting. I would really like a little more information on them before I order a set though.

    I really like the design they used too.

    On your site it shows you can pick the color for both the Rim and Hub. Is this correct? Do you have any examples of the other colors?

    Never used a forged wheel for a supermoto before. How strong are they? Think I might be a little worried about cracking of breaking.

    Thinking about buying a set of these instead of replacing my front wheel.
    - these wheels are in pre-production right now. Any info we have on them is on the product listing so far. If you order now, you're buying based on
    that, on brand, on the style and the price. They are coming in slightly heavier than Marchesini wheels. They are FORGED aluminum. They are warrantied by
    the manufacturer. We wouldn't sell them if we were worried about quality, performance and durability.

    Joe

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm
    Last edited by motostrano; 02-09-2016 at 01:35 PM. Reason: FORGED not CAST

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    - these wheels are in pre-production right now. Any info we have on them is on the product listing so far. If you order now, you're buying based on
    that, on brand, on the style and the price. They are coming in slightly heavier than Marchesini wheels. They are cast aluminum. They are warrantied by
    the manufacturer. We wouldn't sell them if we were worried about quality, performance and durability.

    Joe

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm

    Joe,

    The thread states that these wheels are forged. Is this incorrect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Larry View Post
    Joe,

    The thread states that these wheels are forged. Is this incorrect? If they are just cast I may have to cancel my order.
    FORGED from a solid block of alu. my correction on that.

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    More specs for you all

    Includes a color matching (to the hub) 90 degree valve stems
    Rear wheel is Cush drive and includes Cush rubbers (direct drive rear hubs will be available in 2 months)
    Includes our upgraded Apex floating rotors
    All rotors and sprockets bolt patterns are oem spec.
    Tubeless design offers further weight savings and complexity over spoke wheels

    Front wheel without rotor is 10lbs 2 oz
    Rear wheel Cush drive no rotor or sprocket is 15lbs
    Rear wheel direct drive no rotor or sprocket is 14lbs

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    thanks for the info.

    any photo's with them mounted on a bike?
    do you know what certifications the wheel will meet (BSAU50, JWL, etc)?
    i'm assuming the weight above is for the 4.25" (not the 5"), correct?
    when is warp 9 planning the official launch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedbagger View Post
    thanks for the info.

    any photo's with them mounted on a bike?
    do you know what certifications the wheel will meet (BSAU50, JWL, etc)?
    i'm assuming the weight above is for the 4.25" (not the 5"), correct?
    when is warp 9 planning the official launch?
    Hi Speedbagger-

    No photos mounted yet. The wheels will come in and those that have orders will have to share when they
    get them mounted.

    I have no data on certifications yet.

    Correct on weight.

    I think having the wheels on our web site and now here on SMJ is about as official as you'll see but
    there's some kind of press release due out too.

    Stay tuned!

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    Includes a color matching (to the hub) 90 degree valve stems

    Rear wheel is Cush drive and includes Cush rubbers (direct drive rear hubs will be available in 2 months)

    Includes our upgraded Apex floating rotors

    All rotors and sprockets bolt patterns are oem spec.

    Tubeless design offers further weight savings and complexity over spoke wheels



    Front wheel without rotor is 10lbs 2 oz

    Rear wheel Cush drive no rotor or sprocket is 15lbs

    Rear wheel direct drive no rotor or sprocket is 14lbs

    Warp 9 Racing, the leader in aftermarket performance wheels and accessories, forges ahead with innovative new products for the riders. The all new Warp 9 Tubeless Forged Supermoto Wheels offer weight savings as well as reduced complexity and maintenance over traditional spoked wheels. The factory-styled machined look, custom colors, of these unique supermoto wheels is a thing of beauty. With the machined wheels you'll get a perfectly round, smooth rolling wheel and stable chassis; performance is a beast. Without an inner tube needed, riders save 1.5lbs and the benefit of easier repairs if there is a puncture; simply plug and go. No need to remove the wheel, inner tube, repair and reinstall. The rear wheel features our Cush Drive System and includes Cush rubbers designed to reduce stress from engine torque (Direct drive rear hubs will be available in the near future). Wheel sets include upgraded Apex Floating Rotors for improved stopping power and feature OEM bolt patterns on all rotors and sprockets. These unique wheels will also come standard with an interchangeable hub, allowing you to swap your set up onto a new ride in the future. This unique feature saves you money and keeps you rolling in style. Factory Aftermarket Look Tubeless Rims Offer Better Traction & Less Maintenance Rear Wheel Cush Drive System Includes Apex Floating Rotors Rotors / Sprockets Feature OEM Bolt Patterns Interchangeable Hubs Includes Color Matching (hubs) 90 Degree Valve Stems Purchase the all new Wheelsets

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    I saw elsewhere that the Warp 9 officially announced the release of the forged wheels, any confirmation of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StraydogEOD View Post
    I saw elsewhere that the Warp 9 officially announced the release of the forged wheels, any confirmation of that?
    Yes, there are pics posted up here somewhere on a 500EXC. Looks good. different thread

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    Yes, this press release (edited) was emailed yesterday. We have a number of wheels on order already for customers and for our own inventory. Only a limited amount of wheels are coming on the first batch

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm



    Warp 9 Racing
    Tubeless Forged Supermoto Wheels

    Salt Lake City, UT. (February 23, 2016 ) - - Warp 9 Racing, the leader in aftermarket performance wheels and accessories, forges ahead with innovative new products for the riders. The all new Warp 9 Tubeless Forged Supermoto Wheels offer weight savings as well as reduced complexity and maintenance over traditional spoked wheels.

    The factory-styled machined look, custom colors, of these unique supermoto wheels is a thing of beauty. With the machined wheels you'll get a perfectly round, smooth rolling wheel and stable chassis; performance is a beast.

    Without an inner tube needed, riders save 1.5lbs and the benefit of easier repairs if there is a puncture; simply plug and go. No need to remove the wheel, inner tube, repair and reinstall.

    The rear wheel features our Cush Drive System and includes Cush rubbers designed to reduce stress from engine torque (Direct drive rear hubs will be available in the near future).

    Wheel sets include upgraded Apex Floating Rotors for improved stopping power and feature OEM bolt patterns on all rotors and sprockets. These unique wheels will also come standard with an interchangeable hub, allowing you to swap your set up onto a new ride in the future. This unique feature saves you money and keeps you rolling in style.
    Factory Aftermarket Look
    Tubeless Rims Offer Better Traction & Less Maintenance
    Rear Wheel Cush Drive System
    Includes Apex Floating Rotors
    Rotors / Sprockets Feature OEM Bolt Patterns
    Interchangeable Hubs
    Includes Color Matching (hubs) 90 Degree Valve Stems
    Purchase the all new Wheelsets by calling Warp 9 direct at (650)-918-6259 for $1,699, online at www.motostrano.com or your local dealer. Add a pair of over-sized pegs, or brake / shifter combo to bring your bike up to Warp 9 speed!

    Completely customized. The Warp 9 online custom wheel builder allows you to find the perfect set up for your ride. Whether you're carving a rut on the motocross track, sliding the rear end around on the road, or catching air, Warp 9 Racing rolls with superior style and strength.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm

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    Some of our first sets of KTM Forged wheels arrive.






    This is for KTM with CUSH. The rear with CUSH and rotor and sprocket weighs in at 16.9 LBS. The front with rotor and bracket 14 lbs.
    Looks like Warp 9 did a bang up job of these.

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm
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    Those would go real nice with my blue plastics.

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    Yes, they would!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    Yes, they would!
    and for the DRZ?

    i keep look at mareschini but
    Warp 9 made in the USA for half the cost.
    where do i order up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiorano View Post
    and for the DRZ?

    i keep look at mareschini but
    Warp 9 made in the USA for half the cost.
    where do i order up?
    here

    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm

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    What's the lead time looking like? I'm interested in a pair for 2016 Husky FS450. I see that the blue come with silver hubs? That option isn't listed on the site. I'm actually interested in Blue with Gold hubs or Gold with Blue - what are options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    Too bad warp 9 doesn't have a drz version. They have the hub math for the Suzuki even with speedo, seems like it'd be easy to transfer over to the wheel pattern, and offer it even if it hasn't been built. Ack ! The pain the glorious warp9 forged rims! Love those things in gold would be bad ass too. I am think Bandit style

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    Quote Originally Posted by WheelsMN View Post
    What's the lead time looking like? I'm interested in a pair for 2016 Husky FS450. I see that the blue come with silver hubs? That option isn't listed on the site. I'm actually interested in Blue with Gold hubs or Gold with Blue - what are options?

    Get an order in ASAP as they are booking up. Shipments are happening in 2 batches. Best to call in on Monday, talk to our Supermoto guy Frank, or email him at frank@motostrano.com directly and he can get you set-up with the timing and colors you need. The first cut of these wheels is going to sell out before they land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    Get an order in ASAP as they are booking up. Shipments are happening in 2 batches. Best to call in on Monday, talk to our Supermoto guy Frank, or email him at frank@motostrano.com directly and he can get you set-up with the timing and colors you need. The first cut of these wheels is going to sell out before they land.

    Joe
    Any idea of the delivery windows? I'm just as likely to buy the Marchesini - I'm not worried about costs, I'm more concerned with delivery.

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    Like I said above, talk to Frank here (frank@motostrano.com) on Monday and we can get you a delivery time based on what you want to order. Marchesinis though are usually 2-3 months out so I know the Warp 9 wheels are shipping now. We've been delivering wheels for about a week now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WheelsMN View Post
    Any idea of the delivery windows? I'm just as likely to buy the Marchesini - I'm not worried about costs, I'm more concerned with delivery.

    If you order today, you are looking at end of April for delivery. That is wave 3. Then after that they will a bigger flow of aluminum lava.

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    He loves his!

    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    Like I said above, talk to Frank here (frank@motostrano.com) on Monday and we can get you a delivery time based on what you want to order. Marchesinis though are usually 2-3 months out so I know the Warp 9 wheels are shipping now. We've been delivering wheels for about a week now.


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    Sharp!

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    Hey! I want to order a set and I need them shipped to Canada. Do you guys know what the duties are roughly?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan42 View Post
    Hey! I want to order a set and I need them shipped to Canada. Do you guys know what the duties are roughly?

    Thanks!
    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm

    Hey!

    We do not track duties for any of the countries though sorry

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    Dooty..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motostrano View Post
    http://www.motostrano.com/Warp-9-For...arp9forged.htm

    Hey!

    We do not track duties for any of the countries though sorry

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    Ahhh I figured - thanks Joe. I want to get a set SO BADLY but the shitty USD to CAD exchange is driving me nuts Goes from $1799 USD to $2400 CAD! WTF!! So sad :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan42 View Post
    Hey! I want to order a set and I need them shipped to Canada. Do you guys know what the duties are roughly?

    Thanks!




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    Hey guys, great products, and thanks for the pics, comments, suggestions, etc.

    Are you a distributor for Alpina wheels? I have the 701S on orders and I'm not possitive I'll stay with what stock wheels they have one it. I dropped the idea of converting the FE501s, (which were going to have your custom Warp9s in red, which would have been sick looking) so now I've gotta look at other options. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_senator View Post
    Hey guys, great products, and thanks for the pics, comments, suggestions, etc.

    Are you a distributor for Alpina wheels? I have the 701S on orders and I'm not possitive I'll stay with what stock wheels they have one it. I dropped the idea of converting the FE501s, (which were going to have your custom Warp9s in red, which would have been sick looking) so now I've gotta look at other options. Thanks!
    Hi Senator

    We don't sell Alpinas, no.

    Here's all our wheel options

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

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