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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    Thank 4 getting back 2me so soon-(SOS) I L@@ked ^p Galfers, EBC & other after Market rotors & they start from 97-03 or 05! Will go to Honda Dealer & get Part#s for comparisons! But are Absolutely right that the 97-98s Fit Perfectly on the CBR900RR with an F3 wheel & the Front Rotors from the CBR1100XX!!! Did conversion over the summer! Had Galfer Rotors Drilled and Holes Elongated & 5mm Shims on Both sides! Took Rotors off on Xmas Day & put the Front Rotors from my neighbors' 98-CBR1100XX! Pooifict
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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    Commander, go to the Ron Ayers Motosports site.

    They have online microphiche for a lot of honda bikes from

    a lot of years.

    I know you can get the numbers from the 98 - 99 blade.

    I have.

    I'll be you can compare #'s from the others.

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    So do you still need shims and bigger wheel bearings if you use f3 wheels with 1000xx rotors?

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    Quote Originally Posted by lildad90 View Post
    So do you still need shims and bigger wheel bearings if you use f3 wheels with 1000xx rotors?
    No - it is the same size axle and the rotor spacing is the same. The only thing you have to get to make it work is the spacers that go between the wheel and fork on the axle. I think I have some somewhere that I can measure for you if you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firrblade View Post
    No - it is the same size axle and the rotor spacing is the same. The only thing you have to get to make it work is the spacers that go between the wheel and fork on the axle. I think I have some somewhere that I can measure for you if you want.
    yes that would be helpful because I would like to have a 17" rim up front when I put my bike up for winter

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    I haven't read through this whole thread but I did quite a bit of research on this topic last year and the 600 wheels fit on the pre '98 Blades but not the '98 & '99 Blade as it has different roters. I did the 17 inch conversion on my '98 Blade and ended up using the wheel from a VFR800 and had to machine 1.5mm (I think from memory) from each roter mounting face. The hub on the 800 wheel is slightly wider than the 16 inch wheel on the Blade. I then had to increase the length of the wheel spacers to get it all to fit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lildad90 View Post
    yes that would be helpful because I would like to have a 17" rim up front when I put my bike up for winter
    Sorry this took so long but I have a 1000rr front end on my bike now and didnt mark the spacers when I took the other forks off, just threw them in a bucket with a bunch of other ones from a bunch of other projects. Anyway, I what I did do was go measure some on a bike I set up for someone else. So the left side (L and R if you were sitting on the bike) is 1.00 in and the right is 1.290. PM me if you need a wheel, I have a couple of different ones with rotors I am getting ready to sell and can make the spacers for you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firrblade View Post
    Sorry this took so long but I have a 1000rr front end on my bike now and didnt mark the spacers when I took the other forks off, just threw them in a bucket with a bunch of other ones from a bunch of other projects. Anyway, I what I did do was go measure some on a bike I set up for someone else. So the left side (L and R if you were sitting on the bike) is 1.00 in and the right is 1.290. PM me if you need a wheel, I have a couple of different ones with rotors I am getting ready to sell and can make the spacers for you too.
    Good day, I've been following along for a while and my question to you is, do you have to raise or lower the front forks for the 17" rim with the 170/20/17 tire. I'm new to this, also can you use the oem axle from the 16" rim, I have a 1998 900RR, please let me know, thanks.

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    A Lot Has Changed Since December Of 2008!

    The NEW Trend-NOW! Is Front End Conversions! Best Way To Go!...

    Putting An 04-07 CBR1000RR Complete Front End And Using the RC51 SP1-6-Spoke Front Wheel!
    Have A More Up>To>Date Front End With Inverted Forks! Better Brakes! An More Choices For 120/70-17
    Front Tires

    RC51 Wheel Swap:
    http://www.1000rr.net/forums/1000rr-...p-info-12.html
    http://www.1000rr.net/forums/1000rr-...swap-info.html

    You Accidentally Posted, 170/20-17 As the Front Tire! But I Knew What You Meant! ;-)

    I Went A Different Way After C@@ing A 99-CBR900RR In St Louis With An RC51 Front End In March Of 2009!
    Holy Shizzle! I've Seen the LIGHT!

    My 98 & 99 CBR900RR's Have The RC51 SP2 Front Ends! But, I Went With My 98/99 CBR900RR 16-Inch Front Wheel!
    Had Wheel Widen To 4.0 Inches From the 3.5 By Kosman Specialties Out Of California! 4.0-16 Inch Front Wheel Is MotoGP Specs!
    http://kosmanspecialties.com/service...g-and-weldups/

    ALL CBR900RR Owners Can Thank Valentino Rossi For This! And! Thank Our UK Brothers' For Pushing For A High-Performance Tire For Their CBR900RR's!
    And Bridgestone Listened! BT016 Wasn't Going To Be Made In A 130/70-16 At 1st!
    Remember, Michelin Discontinued Their Signature Line Pilot's For the CBR900RR! And Got Kicked Out Of MotoGP & World Superbike For Cheating! Creating Hot Sets On the Track!
    Dunlap! Pirelli! Dropped the 130/70-16 Tire! And Metzler Didn't Up>Grade the 130/70-16 From the M3 To the M5! Their Newest High-Performance Compound!
    And the Continental Tire> Conti Sport Attack-Hypersport Radial Front Tire Is My 2nd Choice From Bridgestone S20's!

    Rossi Runs A 16-Inch Front Wheel Since 2003! And Lives By It!
    The New S20 Tire Compound-Replacing the BT016's, Is Unbeatable On the Road! And It's Made For the CBR900RR Front Tire-130/70-16
    As Of September 2013;
    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/402/17...re-Review.aspx

    I Wouldn't Change My CBR900RR 16-Inch Front Wheel! Even If You Go With A CBR1000RR or RC51 SP2 Front End, Stay With the 16-Inch Front Wheel!
    The 16-Inch Front Wheel Is Coming Back In Force! Quicker Steering! Absorbs Frontal Impacts Better In Major Cities Than the 120/70-17's!
    Ran My CBR900RR On the Dragon Tail-(Deals Gap) Back In June 2011, And Had A Blast! 318-Curves!
    Then Took Out My CBR1000RR, The Zigzagging Curves Where No Match For the 16-Font Wheel! More Responsive! Quicker In & Out Of Turns!

    So, If You Live In the North East And Run A Lot Of the Backside Roads Into Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut And Massachusetts, Stay With the 16-Front Whee!
    And! You Can Have Fun Swapping Out Wheels With An Updated Front End! 17-Inch Today! The 16-Inch Tomorrow!

    Just Remember To Adjust Your Ride Height Ont the Forks! You Drop the Forks For the 17-Inch Front Wheel! And Raise It For the 16-inch Front Wheel!

    PS: "firrblade" Is "1" Of the Best Members On This Site! :-) He Knows His Shizzle!!! ;-)

    And Speaking Of Tires: Here Are Some Sites With Excellent Information On Motorcycle Tires!

    1: Articles By Tim Kast> Must Know Info!
    http://nationalprivateer.com/Timspage.html

    2: Race Tire Pressures By Tim Kast
    http://nationalprivateer.com/Racetirepressure.html

    3: Tire Size Calculator; Good Stuff
    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tir...5r17-190-50r17

    Enjoy! Stay Safe! And Have Fun!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willidee View Post
    Good day, I've been following along for a while and my question to you is, do you have to raise or lower the front forks for the 17" rim with the 170/20/17 tire. I'm new to this, also can you use the oem axle from the 16" rim, I have a 1998 900RR, please let me know, thanks.
    If you are using the 98 triples and forks then you can use the same axle with the F3 or VFR wheel - with the 98-99 front end the setting I have found works best with the 17" wheel is pull the forks up 5mm in the triples and increase the rear ride by 5mm. 93-97 seem to work better with the forks set flush and up 5mm in the rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firrblade View Post
    If you are using the 98 triples and forks then you can use the same axle with the F3 or VFR wheel - with the 98-99 front end the setting I have found works best with the 17" wheel is pull the forks up 5mm in the triples and increase the rear ride by 5mm. 93-97 seem to work better with the forks set flush and up 5mm in the rear.
    Thanks, that's good to know, I greatly appreciate it. Do you still have those rims and rotors your trying to sell and the size of the shims at the forks is 1.00 and 1.290 am i right, anyway I can't pm you because I'm still new and it's not allowed unless you have 15 or so posts. You can pm me and maybe talk that way, again thanks for the info.
    Last edited by Willidee; October 29th, 2013 at 07:09 PM.

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    Another question, if you use 120/70/17 front and the stock is 180/55/17 rear, I would like to use or could you use a 190/50/17 rear, would that be ok and what would the adjustments be front and back, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpcommander View Post
    A Lot Has Changed Since December Of 2008!

    The NEW Trend-NOW! Is Front End Conversions! Best Way To Go!...

    Putting An 04-07 CBR1000RR Complete Front End And Using the RC51 SP1-6-Spoke Front Wheel!
    Have A More Up>To>Date Front End With Inverted Forks! Better Brakes! An More Choices For 120/70-17
    Front Tires

    RC51 Wheel Swap:
    http://www.1000rr.net/forums/1000rr-...p-info-12.html
    http://www.1000rr.net/forums/1000rr-...swap-info.html

    You Accidentally Posted, 170/20-17 As the Front Tire! But I Knew What You Meant! ;-)

    I Went A Different Way After C@@ing A 99-CBR900RR In St Louis With An RC51 Front End In March Of 2009!
    Holy Shizzle! I've Seen the LIGHT!

    My 98 & 99 CBR900RR's Have The RC51 SP2 Front Ends! But, I Went With My 98/99 CBR900RR 16-Inch Front Wheel!
    Had Wheel Widen To 4.0 Inches From the 3.5 By Kosman Specialties Out Of California! 4.0-16 Inch Front Wheel Is MotoGP Specs!
    http://kosmanspecialties.com/service...g-and-weldups/

    ALL CBR900RR Owners Can Thank Valentino Rossi For This! And! Thank Our UK Brothers' For Pushing For A High-Performance Tire For Their CBR900RR's!
    And Bridgestone Listened! BT016 Wasn't Going To Be Made In A 130/70-16 At 1st!
    Remember, Michelin Discontinued Their Signature Line Pilot's For the CBR900RR! And Got Kicked Out Of MotoGP & World Superbike For Cheating! Creating Hot Sets On the Track!
    Dunlap! Pirelli! Dropped the 130/70-16 Tire! And Metzler Didn't Up>Grade the 130/70-16 From the M3 To the M5! Their Newest High-Performance Compound!
    And the Continental Tire> Conti Sport Attack-Hypersport Radial Front Tire Is My 2nd Choice From Bridgestone S20's!

    Rossi Runs A 16-Inch Front Wheel Since 2003! And Lives By It!
    The New S20 Tire Compound-Replacing the BT016's, Is Unbeatable On the Road! And It's Made For the CBR900RR Front Tire-130/70-16
    As Of September 2013;
    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/402/17...re-Review.aspx

    I Wouldn't Change My CBR900RR 16-Inch Front Wheel! Even If You Go With A CBR1000RR or RC51 SP2 Front End, Stay With the 16-Inch Front Wheel!
    The 16-Inch Front Wheel Is Coming Back In Force! Quicker Steering! Absorbs Frontal Impacts Better In Major Cities Than the 120/70-17's!
    Ran My CBR900RR On the Dragon Tail-(Deals Gap) Back In June 2011, And Had A Blast! 318-Curves!
    Then Took Out My CBR1000RR, The Zigzagging Curves Where No Match For the 16-Font Wheel! More Responsive! Quicker In & Out Of Turns!

    So, If You Live In the North East And Run A Lot Of the Backside Roads Into Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut And Massachusetts, Stay With the 16-Front Whee!
    And! You Can Have Fun Swapping Out Wheels With An Updated Front End! 17-Inch Today! The 16-Inch Tomorrow!

    Just Remember To Adjust Your Ride Height Ont the Forks! You Drop the Forks For the 17-Inch Front Wheel! And Raise It For the 16-inch Front Wheel!

    PS: "firrblade" Is "1" Of the Best Members On This Site! :-) He Knows His Shizzle!!! ;-)

    And Speaking Of Tires: Here Are Some Sites With Excellent Information On Motorcycle Tires!

    1: Articles By Tim Kast> Must Know Info!
    http://nationalprivateer.com/Timspage.html

    2: Race Tire Pressures By Tim Kast
    http://nationalprivateer.com/Racetirepressure.html

    3: Tire Size Calculator; Good Stuff
    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tir...5r17-190-50r17

    Enjoy! Stay Safe! And Have Fun!!!
    So are you saying I should just stay with my 16" front rim and have it widen, now will it still fit my stock front assembly, let me know, thanks.

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    Quote Originally Posted by gpcommander View Post
    A Lot Has Changed Since December Of 2008!

    The NEW Trend-NOW! Is Front End Conversions! Best Way To Go!...

    Putting An 04-07 CBR1000RR Complete Front End And Using the RC51 SP1-6-Spoke Front Wheel!
    Have A More Up>To>Date Front End With Inverted Forks! Better Brakes! An More Choices For 120/70-17
    Front Tires

    RC51 Wheel Swap:
    http://www.1000rr.net/forums/1000rr-...p-info-12.html
    http://www.1000rr.net/forums/1000rr-...swap-info.html

    You Accidentally Posted, 170/20-17 As the Front Tire! But I Knew What You Meant! ;-)

    I Went A Different Way After C@@ing A 99-CBR900RR In St Louis With An RC51 Front End In March Of 2009!
    Holy Shizzle! I've Seen the LIGHT!

    My 98 & 99 CBR900RR's Have The RC51 SP2 Front Ends! But, I Went With My 98/99 CBR900RR 16-Inch Front Wheel!
    Had Wheel Widen To 4.0 Inches From the 3.5 By Kosman Specialties Out Of California! 4.0-16 Inch Front Wheel Is MotoGP Specs!
    http://kosmanspecialties.com/service...g-and-weldups/

    ALL CBR900RR Owners Can Thank Valentino Rossi For This! And! Thank Our UK Brothers' For Pushing For A High-Performance Tire For Their CBR900RR's!
    And Bridgestone Listened! BT016 Wasn't Going To Be Made In A 130/70-16 At 1st!
    Remember, Michelin Discontinued Their Signature Line Pilot's For the CBR900RR! And Got Kicked Out Of MotoGP & World Superbike For Cheating! Creating Hot Sets On the Track!
    Dunlap! Pirelli! Dropped the 130/70-16 Tire! And Metzler Didn't Up>Grade the 130/70-16 From the M3 To the M5! Their Newest High-Performance Compound!
    And the Continental Tire> Conti Sport Attack-Hypersport Radial Front Tire Is My 2nd Choice From Bridgestone S20's!

    Rossi Runs A 16-Inch Front Wheel Since 2003! And Lives By It!
    The New S20 Tire Compound-Replacing the BT016's, Is Unbeatable On the Road! And It's Made For the CBR900RR Front Tire-130/70-16
    As Of September 2013;
    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/402/17...re-Review.aspx

    I Wouldn't Change My CBR900RR 16-Inch Front Wheel! Even If You Go With A CBR1000RR or RC51 SP2 Front End, Stay With the 16-Inch Front Wheel!
    The 16-Inch Front Wheel Is Coming Back In Force! Quicker Steering! Absorbs Frontal Impacts Better In Major Cities Than the 120/70-17's!
    Ran My CBR900RR On the Dragon Tail-(Deals Gap) Back In June 2011, And Had A Blast! 318-Curves!
    Then Took Out My CBR1000RR, The Zigzagging Curves Where No Match For the 16-Font Wheel! More Responsive! Quicker In & Out Of Turns!

    So, If You Live In the North East And Run A Lot Of the Backside Roads Into Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut And Massachusetts, Stay With the 16-Front Whee!
    And! You Can Have Fun Swapping Out Wheels With An Updated Front End! 17-Inch Today! The 16-Inch Tomorrow!

    Just Remember To Adjust Your Ride Height Ont the Forks! You Drop the Forks For the 17-Inch Front Wheel! And Raise It For the 16-inch Front Wheel!

    PS: "firrblade" Is "1" Of the Best Members On This Site! :-) He Knows His Shizzle!!! ;-)

    And Speaking Of Tires: Here Are Some Sites With Excellent Information On Motorcycle Tires!

    1: Articles By Tim Kast> Must Know Info!
    http://nationalprivateer.com/Timspage.html

    2: Race Tire Pressures By Tim Kast
    http://nationalprivateer.com/Racetirepressure.html

    3: Tire Size Calculator; Good Stuff
    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tir...5r17-190-50r17

    Enjoy! Stay Safe! And Have Fun!!!
    So you are saying I should keep the 16" front rim and have it widen, now will this fit my stock front end, please let me know, thanks.

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    So, gpcommander, your telling me that I should keep my 16" rim and widen it, then my question is, will it fit on my stock forks, let me know, thanks.

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    Yes! Won't Interfere With the Forks At ALL! It's A 1/4-Of An Inch Each Side!
    That 1/4-Inch Makes A Difference In Turns Low & Fast!
    Checkout Front Shot Of Rossi With A 4.0 X 16 Front Wheel!
    There's Dah BEEF!!!

    And Your Last "?"!
    *****NEVER...*****EVER...***** Put A Wider Tire On A Narrower Rim!!!

    Reduces Your Contact Patch By Over 50%! If Not More!

    Squeezes the Tire Inward Creating A Flatter Profile! Reducing Your Contact Patch!

    That Last 1/4-Inch On Our Tires, Is A-"Fudge Factor"!

    Our Life Saver! So To Speak!

    I Have A Widen CBR900RR (6.0) Wheel From Kosman Specialties!
    Cost $400! to Widen Wheel Back In 2002! Plus $480! For New Rear Wheel From Ron Ayers
    Now Kosman, Charges $700! For the Widening Service!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpcommander View Post
    Yes! Won't Interfere With the Forks At ALL! It's A 1/4-Of An Inch Each Side!
    That 1/4-Inch Makes A Difference In Turns Low & Fast!
    Checkout Front Shot Of Rossi With A 4.0 X 16 Front Wheel!
    There's Dah BEEF!!!

    And Your Last "?"!
    *****NEVER...*****EVER...***** Put A Wider Tire On A Narrower Rim!!!

    Reduces Your Contact Patch By Over 50%! If Not More!

    Squeezes the Tire Inward Creating A Flatter Profile! Reducing Your Contact Patch!

    That Last 1/4-Inch On Our Tires, Is A-"Fudge Factor"!

    Our Life Saver! So To Speak!

    I Have A Widen CBR900RR (6.0) Wheel From Kosman Specialties!
    Cost $400! to Widen Wheel Back In 2002! Plus $480! For New Rear Wheel From Ron Ayers
    Now Kosman, Charges $700! For the Widening Service!
    Ok, sorry, I'm new to this, so how much did you widen the rim (how much to each side and you said 4.0 and now 6.0, which one is it) and what size tire did you use. Also what size tire did you use for the rear and what was done for the front end (RC51 or 100RR front end info please) thanks for all your help.
    Last edited by Willidee; November 1st, 2013 at 09:08 AM.

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    The Front Wheel Was Widen From A 3.5 To A 4.0!

    The Rear Wheel On ALL CBR900RR's is A 5.5! Had It Widen To A 6.0!
    I Run A 19/55-17 In the Rear!

    Before the CBR1000'RR's Were Used As Front End Conversion On the CBR900RR's,
    The CBR929RR And CBR954RR Were Being Used For This Mod!

    Now It's Mostly the CBR1000RR!
    And the RC51's Front Mods Came About From the VFR Nuts Out There! ;-)

    Doing the Front End Requires Some Tinkering With the Triple Tree Bearings!
    The CBR929RR Most Popular Triple Tree Just Pops Right In!

    But NOW! Mostly the CBR1000RR's Are Used! With the RC51 Front End Requires A Bit More Finesse!

    Top Mount Steering Dampers Won' Work Unless the Mount Is Modified For Clearance! And Fitment!

    The CBR900RR Is the Most Prolific Super Bike In the WORLD!
    20-Years Later, It's Still The Most Modified Super Bike there Is!...
    http://www.sportbikez.net/pictures/honda/cbr_900rr
    http://www.fat300customcycles.com/ga...egory=CBR900RR
    http://www.firebladezone.com/galerie...php?id_img=388
    http://www.superstreetbike.com/custo.../photo_03.html

    Checkout the End Result Of This CBR900RR
    http://cbrforum.com/forum/cbr-900rr-...-build-143546/

    Have You Ever Seen An EVO-CBR900RR? My Next 900! Checkout the Gauge! L@@Ks Familiar?
    http://www.hondafireblade.com/#/evo-blade/4537707055

    By the Way, Another Must Have Now Is This; I Have A Slipper Clutch On Both My CBR900RR's
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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    I got in contact with him and now to widen is $595.00 each.

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    Default Re: 1999 CBR900RR 17 inch front wheel ...again

    Hey gpcommander did you keep the front axle of the 900rr or did you use the axle from another rim and did you have to put shims or anything for the 16" rim.

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