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  1. 16“ Vorderrad

    VMX 16" front wheel, 310mm disc and caliper on KTM. Plenty of space between rim and caliper.
  2. 16“ Vorderrad

    I am sorry I can't write Germany but if needed I can supply 16" rims + spokes or you can send your hub to me and I will build it for you. Black 16" rim + silver spokes = 215€ If you send me your hub I can build you tubeless wheel on your hub for 285€ It is VMX rim. Same that was used by fastest UK supermoto driver Lewis Cornish on his Husqvarna 450 on his battle against World #4 rider Simon Vilhelmsen on Asian Championship on season 2017 and on his French Championship TM bike on season 2018. With 16" front wheel there is very little clearance between brake caliper and rim. That is why we also have developed 1 of the slimmest brake calipers to work with 16" front wheel. Picture is of KTM SX 250 with VMX 16" front wheel, 310mm disc and caliper + axial to radial adapter.
  3. Yes I have. In orange, black and blue.
  4. Honda, Kawasaki and Yamaha triple clamps now available in black.
  5. Sorry for late reply but Beringer parts are long gone as this is old thread. We switched to VMX brake kits as they offer superior "value for money". VMX/Frando brake kits are available and you can find better pictures and prices on this thread:
  6. We just received new shippment and brake kits are available again. Adapters available for KTM/Husqvarna, Honda and Yamaha. Triple clamp now on stock in blue, black and orange. Fitment all KTM models and 2014-> Husqvarna's. Triple clamps for Honda, Kawasaki and Yamaha available in July.
  7. Suche SuMo Radsatz KTM/Husqvarna

    Sorry for replying in english but my Germany is very bad. I build supermoto and mx wheels professionally for race drivers here in Finland. If you want 16,5" front I assume you are planning to use your bike for track days so I would highly recommend 5" wide rear instead of 4,5". None of today's race tires that I know are designed really for 4,5" rear. Standard wheel set for Husqvarna TE 300 2016 (3,5x16,5" front / 5x17" rear) prices start from 700€. Tubeless wheel set for Husqvarna TE 300 2016 (3,5x16,5" front / 5x17" rear) prices start from 765€.
  8. Suche Bremszange 450 SMR

    100mm bolt hole spacing, 30mm offset. Offers similar performance as Beringer and you can use Aerotec brake pads. Brake caliper costs 250€.
  9. Out of curiosity what bike is that? Looks TM front wheel but forks look similar to old Husqvarna. I would still guess TM as I think TM had similar caliper fitting holes? Your adapter looks very nice. Good craftmanship. It seems very few can make this stuff now days. With your skills it will be easy change of design. Keep up the good work. Cheers
  10. At the moment we only have axial to radial adapter for KTM/Husqvarna but CRF and YZF adapters are being developed. I think they will be available in May or June.
  11. Same factory that builds SM Pro wheels manufactures VMX products. We have not tested rim strength ourselves because SM Pro did it already but we have done some comparison against Alpina. Rims are tested to be equal strength or actually 1,5% stronger than best Excel A60. On scales Alpina tubeless was found little heavier (139grams) than basic VMX race wheel with heavier spokes and nipples. With light weight spokes and nipples VMX top race wheel is even more lighter (278grams) than Alpina.
  12. On these pictures top are Beringer 1200 pads (I think they are R2 race pads) and bottom ones are SBS 841 RSI. Reason we use those SBS RSI pads is easy mod and very reasonable price. Beringer race pads cost over 50€/pair. You can find SBS 841 RSI for roughly half of that around 25€/pair. It takes few minutes to modify and you can get 2 pairs of awesome grip pads for same price as 1 pair of Beringer pads. 1 good option is GoldFren pads. Number is 276 and you should choose GP5, GP6 or GP7. AD and S3 are street pads on GoldFren line up. Of course if you are loaded with cash then why bother. You can always just buy Beringer top line pads and that is it, but I just want to let other drivers who are struggling with their budget to know that you can be competitive even if you can't afford the big brands.
  13. You can use any pads that are for Beringer Aerotec. Our race team guys use SBS 841 RSI pads. They are actually made for Beringer FTE caliper but can easily be modified to VMX fitting but easiest way is to use Beringer pads or for example GoldFren 276 pads (GP5 and GP6 are good race pads). Caliper is 250€.
  14. I agree with Connader. I don't seem to be able to attach the picture I took today but most likely you need to machine caliper like you have done with your Brembo or you need to machine your fork leg mount.
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