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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-10-2007, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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Forged Brembo Wheel set

Where can I find these for my 910S (in the US)? My dealer says that only the Marchesinis are available. I appreciate it...
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You you mean the black ones on the R? I don't know a place in the U.S. , but eMoto in the UK sells them. They have great service, great prices, and great customer satisfaction http://emotouk.com/mvagusta/brembo.htm if interested. they are about 1,549.95 GBP ~ 2,993.86 USD . I think that Brembo owns Marchesini, so there is really no difference between brands (I think that the difference is in the design). Hope this helped. If not


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You you mean the black ones on the R? I don't know a place in the U.S. , but eMoto in the UK sells them. They have great service, great prices, and great customer satisfaction http://emotouk.com/mvagusta/brembo.htm if interested. they are about 1,549.95 GBP ~ 2,993.86 USD . I think that Brembo owns Marchesini, so there is really no difference between brands (I think that the difference is in the design). Hope this helped. If not
yes the black ones on the R. The Marchesini set is also quite nice, but they're slightly heavier (I was quoted $1,600 for them). I would hate to have to take the hit on the currency exchange with emoto.
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I'm sorry, thats the only place I know of that sells them


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wow that is cheep fbf has them for over 2gs.
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I purchased my Marchesini magnesium wheels from these guys. They're in Colorado.

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Can any of you who has bought them tell if it is worth it - besides the looks which is pretty obvious - they look so cool.

But can you feel he loss in weight??

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Think Finn from Fi Motorcykler has them, go to Sor and take a look!

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Thanks Johnnnie
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post #10 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-12-2007, 02:11 PM
 
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I asked about these Brembo's and was told that the fronts cant go on a 750 or 910S due to different spindle fitting, may be worth a check.

Also I understand that there is a recall on the rears at the moment, havent lurked much lately as it the rain and cold means blackbruty is tucked away and I dont want to be reminded what I'm missing, so this may all be common knowledge.
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