Late 2010; Got interested, visited RTR & ordered a tR1ke February 2011; Purchased and dismantled a R1 April 2011; Started building June 2012; UK Approval by RTR July 2012; NL Approved and licensed! August 2012 and on: Driving & fine tuning.... August 2015; Sold my Tr1ke. Up for a new project.
Keep in mind to inform if the 2007 model fits in the frame. Swingarm looks the same as mine, but maybe the dimensions are different? If the frame is the same as mine, (I have a 2004 model) then you need to modify some things. But maybe RTR has already done some modifications.
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Fast vehicles are not dangerous... careless drivers are.
32` X 10` site cabin £2000, delivery £200, used roller shutter door £170 frpm ebay and a coat of paint around another £200. I worked out it was cheaper this way than buying a precast concrete garage, and hopefully a bit more secure too.
Having some bad luck with finding good wheels makes me ordering wheels as prio #1 before ordering a kit in future. have a look at the wheel selector thread for an exellent link. Lotsa homework to do on the accesoiries and MVSA regulations.
Hi all my R1 is now a big pile of parts ready for the build. I am just ordering wheels and tyres. does anyone know if a yokohama 205/45 17 will fit in the swinging arm? It looks like most people are using 205/40 17 but camskill do not list the Ad08 in that size. according to my calculations the side wall would only be 10mm higher, just not sure how much clearance there is with a car tyre fitted. thanks Paul
Just been looking again at tyres. I was thinking yoko prada spec II for front (205/40/17) and ad08for rear (205/45 17) this costs £310 from camskill. I have now found a set of TOYO 205/40R17.84W PXT1-R from tyretraders.com at a cost of £147 for the 3 including vat and delivery. Anyone used these or know if they are any good? I didn`t think toyo was a budget brand but they are only half the price of the yokohama option.