are you sending the velocity stacks to them to get done or what?
and ftr i don't think that tire is all that bad, its not chunking or tearing yet, but its def using the tires to absorb alot defined by the balling up, but some tracks do that to tires, it depends on the surface
You can do that, I also have a buddy that ordered a set from them but he was also ordering a bunch of other parts at the same time. Best bet is give them a call, they've always been very helpful any time I've called i'm sure they would work out something for you.
Just a quick update, picked this up this week, I was just going to refresh the shock and change the spring but a buddy had this on sale so I figured I might as well.
I'm still not positive on what I am going to do with the front, was thinking of re-valving and changing the springs, I'm sure that is more than I need for the level I ride at but if I find a good deal on the cartridge kit over the winter I might go with that.
Also to answer your question before about the velocity stacks I actually placed an order today for mine. They were super easy to deal with, I had spoken with Dan before to pick his brain and he is always helpful and patient. They don't stock them so it might take a few days as they have to get in the OEM ones and then mod them. They charge 80 for the service on top of the cost of the oem stacks. Based on high shipping costs it makes no sense for me to ship them mine and have them shipped back but it might work for you. Hope this helps man
Edit nm I saw. I may order a set and send them off to them
I ended up getting them to buy the OEM set (they were cheap) and mod it to save on the shipping but remember I'm in Canada so you will have to see what works best for you.
Originally Posted by Crescent1101
Would you mind posting the cost so far of your build? I am currently building my track bike but mine is an 2005 636.
I honestly stopped keeping track, but I would guess that I'm at about 3.5-4k on top of the price of the track bike and could use another 5-6k to get most of the things on my dream list. But I could certainly have done it for cheaper, and really if I had to do it over again I would probably just buy a fully prepped bike off of WERA or something like that but it is fun to progress with the bike as well.