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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 08:21 AM Thread Starter
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F4 RR wheels

Quick question, will the above fit a 2010 new shape standard F4? Thinking predominantly about the discs and abs rotor thing....... or will I have to transfer over my existing discs?

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You need to be a bit less ambiguous in this inquiry. When you say "F4 RR" wheels, are you referring to the 2009 F4 312RR wheels or post 2010 F4 RR wheels?

Specificity helps with these types of questions if you want the correct answer.

What year are the wheels in question?

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you need to be a bit less ambiguous in this inquiry. When you say "f4 rr" wheels, are you referring to the 2009 f4 312rr wheels or post 2010 f4 rr wheels?

Specificity helps with these types of questions if you want the correct answer.

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2016 f4 rr
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2016 f4 rr
Did the 312 have ABS?
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No. The 2007/8 F4 312R is a dumb motorcycle. Rider's input controls it.

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Fred, I currently have the Brembo superlights on my 2014F4RR. These wheels came from the 1st gen F4. I installed it for the lightness of the wheel compared to the marchs. I have the original disc rotor though.
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Fred, the par numbers for the wheel bearings for the 2016RR appear the same as 2010. Same with the disks. The a s ring is an add-on part.

If you get the wheels I need a spare abs rotor, so happy to buy that.😀
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I had the LUCK of getting a pair of used wheels from 2016 F4RR to my 2013 F4ABS and it was a simple swap job so I think you'll be fine.
Now with the rear Ohlins I kindly got from forum member Jhollis and decals provided by Evolution I transformed my bike into a F4R version and believe me they look great and improved the agility of the bike. It's a must if you find a good set of wheels.
Initially I also found a nice deal on a pair of brand new RC wheels but later decided to go with the F4RR they look fantastic
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