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Whats the difference Biposto/Mono subframe

Hi, Could anyone tell me how much difference there is between the 2 subframes. Obviously one has mounts for rear pegs but is the Biposto strengthed etc.
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Just the mounts.
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Cheers for that, Thought it may have been strengthed. Might look at modifying mine then.
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They are quite different, there are extra latch locks for the biposto. I had both models.
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Thanks, thought something must have been different. Guess I've just have to keep looking for one.
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They are quite different, there are extra latch locks for the biposto. I had both models.
Correct. They are pretty different.

They bolt on to the mid frame plates the same way, and all the fairings and stuff bolt on to them the same way but:

1) the lock is different
2) the attachment points for the passenger foot rests are there
3) there is a brace that runs across the middle of it. The rubber bumpers on the base of the fairing rest on it. It gives added support to the extra weight you may carry.
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About 2.5k if you want to buy the bits new !
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New is not an option I'm afraid. Ebay it is for me.
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