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Quality carbon enclosed MV parts.

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Heiko is a Jeweller by trade, German by Nationality I believe. This is a top quality product, I have seen a piece or two up close.
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This is not cheap, so don't get you hope's up by thinking it's a cheap alternative to the carbon covers, it's laminated onto the metal, and it wont save you any weight.
Basically for looks and/or to protect certain parts.
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Looks really good, i especially like the frame covers.

Shame its just adding weight, which is completely the opposite of what carbonfibre is designed to do.
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That swingarm looks awesome. Blake you lucky man


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For Blake.

Heiko is a Jeweller by trade, German by Nationality I believe. This is a top quality product, I have seen a piece or two up close.
On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/heiko.schre...on=friends_tab
This is not cheap, so don't get you hope's up by thinking it's a cheap alternative to the carbon covers, it's laminated onto the metal, and it wont save you any weight.
Basically for looks and/or to protect certain parts.
Wow. How have I missed this?

And it looks like the weave is consistent and similar to MV Corse stuff.

THANKS!!


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I'm thinking... carbon laminated trellis frame, to go with a few of those other pieces.


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Looks really good, i especially like the frame covers.

Shame its just adding weight, which is completely the opposite of what carbonfibre is designed to do.
It's really mostly for pieces that aren't available in CF, I'd think.

As detail parts, I doubt there'd be much weight gain. And the F4 is a bit pigly anyway.

An HCG human diet would be better than most parts on the bike.


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Ain't it loverly? Several other parts to consider, as well.


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I've had some bit off this guy and I must say it's worth laying that bit more his work is amazing I'm def considering the swing arm and a fee other bits to finish off my full cf F4

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I've had some bit off this guy and I must say it's worth laying that bit more his work is amazing I'm def considering the swing arm and a fee other bits to finish off my full cf F4
For an all-carbon bike (whether bare clearcoat or painted with relief portions), there are several parts that aren't available or viable in magnesium or titanium.

What do you think about doing the trellis frame with this carbon laminate?


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