I've got quite a few stock wheels in my collection, if it's important to you, I'll weigh a few & give you the highs & lows. Let me know. As for deciding if lighter wheels are worth it, they are. It will absolutly transform your bike, buy the lightest wheels you can afford. If I had the money, the BSTs would be at the top of my list.
OK, here we go, these are random weights taken with a 25# hanging scale. They should be accurate to at least 1/4 lb.
rear stock 916 13.1# 5.5"
rear stock ss/m 17.3 5.5" w/rotor & bearings
but no cush drive
front stock 10.9 no bearings
front stock 11.2 w/ 25mm bearings
front stock 11.3 w/ 25mm bearings
front stock 10.6 w/ 25mm bearings
rear stock 916 13.0
rear stock 916 12.8
rear stock 916 12.5
rear Dymag 916 8.6 6"
rear Dymag 916 9.4 6.25"
front Dymag aluminum rim only 5.5#
front Magic carbon rim only 1.5#
front Magic 8.0# w/bearings
front Hipoint mag 7.5 w/bearings
rear Hipoint mag ss/m 12.9 5.5" complete xcp
rotor & sprocket
front Suzuki stock 10.1 w/bearings
rear Kawasaki stock 13.7 5" with bearings, no
rear PVM 16.5 x 6.25 22.7 no bearings, w/ 195
Dunlop 555 slick
160/60/17 used Dunlop 207 GP 11.0#
All the 916 stock rears were 5.5" - no, you can't buy a Magic wheel (I developed these myself) - feel free to write me for any other questions. [email protected]
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