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BST Carbon Wheels - 2010 F4

Hi Guys,
i collect my 2010 F4 on Saturday finally. already getting carbon bits like front & rear fender/hugger to make it look that little bit better.
The BST carbon wheels have caught my attention and i want to know which ones i should get.....believe there are 5 and 7 spoke options available?!
The 7 spoke option seems to have straight spokes where the 5 spoke ones seem to be on an angle.....5 spokes look better to me but thought id ask the question!! - anyone got them already?

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Wheels for <2009 models do not standard fit the 2010 models, beware!

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Wheels for <2009 models do not standard fit the 2010 models, beware!
I think the rear would fit, however the front axe/bearing looks different.
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I have the 7 Spoke Wheels and love them, period. There are several posts in the forums about BST's. They may be the best handling improvement you can make to one of these bikes and they are beautiful!
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I think the rear would fit, however the front axe/bearing looks different.

I was wrong, read the italian text again it's about the front not the back!

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but unfortunately ....
the front axle of the new f4 and new brutal .... it is different from F4 and brutal until 1078 !!!!!!
damn .......

have proposed two solutions:
1) change the bearings on the market ... but no .... even with those features in MV them!
2) put the wheel axis and the f4 ribucarlo cambaindo nuts .. but still too little material and then no one takes responsibility for holding ... and seeing it on a circle better not to risk ...

hours are 3 possibilities ...
Marchesini ... if they have or can make me bearing ad hoc ....( tomorrow I hear them) or MV if he can find a solution ...
buy a front wheel back to the x axis marchesini with the new F4 .....
Otherwise .... adios Legend on F4 ...

can be solved by custom parts




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The guy at the shop seems to think they are the same fit?
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The 2010 F4 hasn't got the spacers that they used on F4R and 312 when they went to the 25mm spindle.
The bearings on the 2010 look like they are 25mm I.D. unlike the earlier bikes which all have 40mm I.D., (which means all pre 2010 are interchangable)
Solution is either a custome spindle and spacers, or adapt the 2010 spindle to take the spacers used on other bikes with the superlights.
Changing the bearings sounds like a simple solution but you would need to change the internal spacer to fit the new bearing inner surface.
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