Any experience w/ Faster USA Hubs?

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10/1/2017 7:02 PM

Thinking about a set- seam priced reasonably..

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Current rides-
1988 RM250
2019 KX450

10/1/2017 7:34 PM

Yes. Good stuff. Top notch service from Collin all the way.!
Made in America to top it off.!
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10/1/2017 9:33 PM

I have a set off Faster wheels and Dubya. If I had the choice to buy 1 set in the future it would be Dubya. I like the splined drive nipples and wheels feel lighter.

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10/2/2017 3:21 AM

Collin at fasterusa is very knowledgeable and they have very reasonable prices for a very good hub. Made in USA

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10/2/2017 6:48 AM
Edited Date/Time: 10/2/2017 6:49 AM

Don't forget to look into KSR Wheels. I have a couple of bikes. One has the Talon hub with A60 rims, one has the Kite hubs with A60 rims, the other has the KSR setup with SM Pro Platinum rims. I swear I have had less issues with the KSR setup. The spokes have never come loose and the hubs have been perfect. They are lighter than the Talon setup. No affiliation with KSR I just was pleasantly surprised with the wheels. I weigh 205 Lbs and have destroyed a couple of stock setups to the point of not feeling safe with stock.

Stock KTM is the worst......

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10/2/2017 8:04 AM

Moto520 wrote:

Don't forget to look into KSR Wheels. I have a couple of bikes. One has the Talon hub with A60 rims, one has the Kite hubs with A60 rims, the other has the KSR setup with SM Pro Platinum rims. I swear I have had less issues with the KSR setup. The spokes have never come loose and the hubs have been perfect. They are lighter than the Talon setup. No affiliation with KSR I just was pleasantly surprised with the wheels. I weigh 205 Lbs and have destroyed a couple of stock setups to the point of not feeling safe with stock.

Stock KTM is the worst......

X2 on ksr, great deals, service and better prices.

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10/2/2017 5:25 PM

Again....no connection to KSR.....i just was very surprised by how good the wheels have held up. Very unknown brand of rims but they are pretty awesome

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10/2/2017 5:39 PM

Very nice, and using stock spacers is also cool. I have a few sets of FasterUSA wheels, recommended!

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