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Exclamation Wheels, <Y10 and >Y10, what do they weigh, where do they fit.

Some big questions out there, and some weird developments, so please share what you know.
Weight of any or all wheels, state if it's with disc's on front wheels please.
Which wheels will fit on which model bikes, are they interchangeable?
Bearing and axle sizes would be great, so would pictures if the different lay-outs.


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"Okay, I don't know if someone has actually tried to fit a set of wheels from an older MV to a newer model, but I just tried and it does not work. The fork bottoms on the new bike 2012 Brutale are machined so that the spacers needed for the older wheel will not fit between the fork bottoms. The wheel from the older bike is a Marchesini Magnesium wheel and it has the spacers which are needed for the axle. This combination is about 3mm too wide. I will look again but it does not appear to work"

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Sorry if I'm putting out bad info. I read it here and trusted the source:

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Okay, I don't know if someone has actually tried to fit a set of wheels from an older MV to a newer model, but I just tried and it does not work. The fork bottoms on the new bike 2012 Brutale are machined so that the spacers needed for the older wheel will not fit between the fork bottoms. The wheel from the older bike is a Marchesini Magnesium wheel and it has the spacers which are needed for the axle. This combination is about 3mm too wide. I will look again but it does not appear to work
Time for some pictures George. I know it will work, it might just be a matter of getting the spacers machined down to get the end gaps right.

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You have a link (is this another stupid question?) on where to find those; I did a "bing" search and all I can find is auto wheels. .
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Where are you searching Davis ? Just look in the Market Place section, Design Corse and Evolution Bike have a few options on their sites.

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You are correct. They will fit with some modification to the spacers. They are definitely not plug and play
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You are correct. They will fit with some modification to the spacers. They are definitely not plug and play
I had this suspicion George, I'm wondering what MV's done to bridge the gap.
When you do the installation, could you get some pictures so we can share the info please ?

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You are correct. They will fit with some modification to the spacers. They are definitely not plug and play
I feel bad about those wheels not fitting straight up George.
Can you tell me which spacers you where trying to use from the pics below?
If for some reason there's more behind the compatibility between these bikes forks, we need to make other aware of it, including the wholesale people.
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Italian made OZ wheels are direct bolt on for each application.

Forged to align the grain of the material in the optimum direction for strength and heat treated. These are the lightest and strongest forged aluminum wheels on the market.

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I feel bad about those wheels not fitting straight up George.
Can you tell me which spacers you where trying to use from the pics below?
If for some reason there's more behind the compatibility between these bikes forks, we need to make other aware of it, including the wholesale people.
number 18 on the second drawing
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25.55 lbs/11.61kg original alloy 'Stars'
17.62 lbs/8.01kg 10 spoke 'Superlights', Marchesini
16.6 lbs/7.54kg CF, BST
15.5 lbs/7.04kg original Mg 'Stars'
13.8 lbs/6.27kg 10 spoke Mg Marchesini

numbers from MotoWheels, with bearings and spacers

swingarms, no hub,or pinch bolts with bearings and chain guides
'00-'09 15.39 lbs/6.995kg
'10+ 12.39 lbs/5.630kg
i weighed them

so if you run Mg Marchesinis, the new swing arm and a non O-ring chain (-~2.2 lbs/1 kg in 525)

you're 16.95 lbs/7.70 kg lighter.....and most of that is rotating unsprung weight.....
Does anyone know if the Star wheels on the 2002 Senna were light weight or the heavier Star Wheels
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number 18 on the second drawing
Thanks George, and I assume you left the original one's out ? You didn't get to measure the one's from your bike by any chance ?

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