Yup, been around for a while. Not sure which is worse, the paint job on the Panigale or the pants that guy is wearing.
For two bikes this kit will run you close to NINE HUNDRED DOLLARS
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Blair of SV Racing Parts had these at the bike show with pin setups for a lot of different bikes. I didn't think they were expensive though I don't remember how much they were. Can either google him or go through the wmrc website to contact him.
Yup, Blair's are custom made by him, and are WAY more affordable.
I have a friend with a Bird with this stand. Paid $600 delivered to PR. He loves it for bike work and moving and storing his bike. Too pricy for me.
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too bad my parking is sloped about 15 degrees
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Very slick pieces of kit. But the price is difficult to swallow.
The regular old stands that I have, combined with some ingenuity and three of four jackstands that I got from Princess Auto for $20, managed to allow me to pull off my triple trees, my forks, my swingarm and shock. The bike stayed rock steady for the entire time without a hint of a wiggle. And at 11 o'clock at night when everyone else is asleep and you are in the garage working by yourself, the last thing you need is wiggley stands.
The difference between you and me .........
Had to look up this SV Racing..similar stands look pretty well priced as you guys said.
"All great art is made of suffering, as are we"
I wonder if you can get a Left and a Right side pin option?
Would be nice depending on which side of the bike you are working on.
Not sure if they make it for my 600 lbs zx14
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them at the bike show, they appear to work well. Price out a front and rear Pitt Bull stand together, and then
perhaps the value of this system is more apparent.
Last edited by CHIA; 03-03-2013 at 12:54 PM.
@CHIA - I'm guessing Sikorsky was talking about the original product, not the SV Racing version of it.
"Yamaha" - it's Japanese for "fuck your sports car."
They don't seem to make it for my k4... anyone know the weight on one of these? My pitbull stand isn't so bad to carry up/down from my apartment to the parkade, but anything a lot heavier (even on wheels), would somewhat suck...