Carbonin Announced $50k of Contingency for Club Racing

Discussion in 'General' started by rcarson15, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. rcarson15

    rcarson15 Well-Known Member

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  2. 05Yamabomber

    05Yamabomber Dammit Haga

    Good to see atleast one Wera region getting contingency...
     
  3. track wagon

    track wagon MCAS MIRAMAR

    No wera west..... haters.
     
  4. gcally

    gcally Well-Known Member

    I have Carbonin on my GSXR 1000.
    I can say Carbonin is the best bodywork I have ever used and that includes Sharkskinz.

    Hustle Hard Racing is the US Importer and they are great guys to deal with.
     

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  5. Wheel Bearing

    Wheel Bearing Professional low sider

    I'm not even a gsxr fan, and that bike looks good!!! :clap:
     
  6. swiest152

    swiest152 Zoran's headache

    no LW.....
     
  7. alan

    alan Well-Known Member

    This is for club racing, all the LW guys are going pro and racing MotoAmerica
     
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  8. MotoGP69

    MotoGP69 Well-Known Member

    That bike is slick!
     
  9. racesbikes

    racesbikes WTB a Size 50/60 Race Suit

    Shit.....I better get on a diet pronto!
     
  10. gcally

    gcally Well-Known Member

    Another picture I found on the web of Carbonin on some random GSXR.
     

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  11. 05Yamabomber

    05Yamabomber Dammit Haga

    :crackup::Poke:
     
  12. 05Yamabomber

    05Yamabomber Dammit Haga

    Carbonin I think would be great. Any real carbon Fiber race plastics are probably pretty good. I would never purchase them myself. The weight savings just isnt good enough compared to me just losing 20lbs. Thats why I ride a liter bike! Frankly, I was not impressed with Sharkskinz for the 15 R1. I spent $1100 on a set and the only undertail was a little tailight strip.

    I had always bought Optimal for the R6 bikes, which were ok, no complaints. I bought a set of Optimal for the 15 R1 and was really impressed. The fitment was good of course, but they do a really nice undertail also that replaces the OEM and looks amazing. And the fact that they are $515 and usually ship the next business day.

    This is dissapointing they only selected one region for Wera. I guess Chuckwalla is getting the West coast love from them.
     
  13. gcally

    gcally Well-Known Member

    Carbonin also has "Avio Fiber" that is comparable to regular fiberglass bodywork. It has the same fit and finish quality as the carbon stuff they sell.

    The only reason why I went carbon was because I did not want to have to paint the bodywork. The extra cost I saved from paint really only make the carbon stuff a couple hundred dollars more.
     

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