That did...it's not something I was set on by any means but I really liked the look. Yet I don't want to deal with all that extra just for the look. Though I figured if it boosted performance it might be worth it. Thanksmadman748 said:Hey... You won't get any real performance gains by going to a single-sided swingarm. It's acually more of a headache to deal with than a standard swingarm -- i.e eccentric adjustments, rear ride heigth, front-rear aligment. It's only real advantage would be that you can use quick change sprocket kits (AFAM, RK) and you don't have to remove the wheel to R/R the chain or sprocket.
However, the gain is in the exotic factor -- looks cool and if you have aftermarket wheels, you can see the entire rear wheel.
Hope this helped.
:dblthumb I like!!Just Bob said:Rocket Doll,
Check my VB Garage shots. SSS on 04 speed triple. Absolutely heavier, but not enough to matter on a street machine. But it just looks so bizaar and I love just looking at the silly thing.