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Hey all, I come from Wristtwisters, where these wheels are common on the 919 and 599. But, thought you guys would have more interest? I don't post a lot on here (ever), but I am a moderator over there and trustworthy. Just PM for info or reply in-thread. I'm subscribed.

6 spoke 900rr Rear and F3 front, both with brand new glossy black powdercoat and a spooned on pair of Dunlop Q3's (It's a 180 in the rear, since this was going on a 599), Dynabeads included already installed. 1oz up front and 2 in the rear.

Front wheel has brand new Chinese rotors (but I tried to buy from reputable seller and the higher quality one's, not ebay knock-offs). Never been used, but seem to be high quality. I have a rear rotor that matches the front as well. Just not installed as it might be bike specific (this was to fit a CBR rear caliper, not a 919 stock caliper I believe, as that is what I was running at the time).

High quality 90 degree valve stems were installed as well. These weren't eBay knock-offs.

Front has new bearings and seals installed, rear will need bearings put in and seals as well. I left those out as I wasn't sure the rear axle size of the bike I was going to put them on.

Asking $600 for the pair. I've got more than that in them already. Tires were about $300, wheels were about $250, powdercoat was about $150 and rotors were $100+. Valve stems were $20, Dynabeads were probably $15. Plus two bearings and seals on the front tire, whatever those cost - I don't remember.

Shipping is on top of the price, since a lot of that depends on where you live.

These wheels are MINT. No scratches that I can see. Never been installed - fresh powdercoat. Front is plug-n-play, rear just needs bearing/seal/sprocket mounted and it's ready.
 

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Sweet Wheels!!!! I did something similar with both my 93 and 99.

There may be some guys here interested in the front only, but maybe the set as well, to get the fresh tires.

If your rotors are of the 296mm size, then that combo will only work on the 93-97 900's, as the 98-99's have the different fork spacing, larger 310mm rotors, wider rotor offset, and a different caliper angle. You may want to update your post. If I hadn't done mine already, I would have interest in your front. I did a 97 VFR750F front rim and an RC51 SP1 6" on the 93, and an F3 front with Blackbird disks and new spacers with the RC rear on the 99. Great set up.

You should come on more often, this was only your second post!!!:grin

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Description on the rotors: Honda Front Rear Brake Disc Rotor CBR600 F F3 1995-1998 & CBR900RR 1994-1997 New

I also have RC calipers for sale - pretty sure they were SP1's. Lines are still attached to m/c. I 'think' I was going to try and run them on this setup, but was running into issues with mounting them to the forks. Never got around to it.

I'll throw them in for free in the sale - I can't use them anymore.
 

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You should come on more often, this was only your second post!!!:grin
Haha! I know... I no longer even own a honda :-(. Just an Aprilia.

Bittersweet parting with this stuff, though. The ex-sociopath had the 599 and I had it tricked out pretty good until she wrecked it. Then I started planning even better stuff for it before the divorce. These are parts I never got to install, but didn't have enough to make it work, so selling 'as is'.

I really liked hooning around on that 599. Was a blast in-town.
 
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