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definately cool lookin and no doubt expensive
looks heavy too and seems to lack good cooling as well

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definately cool lookin and no doubt expensive
looks heavy too and seems to lack good cooling as well
Doesn't really look like it would weigh anymore if anything with a smaller rotor it will probably weigh less.

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Beringer is always doing funky stuff. Have you seen the quad-rotor system?

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Doesn't really look like it would weigh anymore if anything with a smaller rotor it will probably weigh less.
the rotor sits in that basket though

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Site says it cuts 500gr of weight over single rotor.


here's the link to the quad-rotor
http://beringer.fr/cat/caten.pdf
its in the middle of the catalog.

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That is a sweet looking system. I think the reduction in rotational inertia will be the biggest improvement in helping flip the bike back from side to side. Having all the mass closer to the center, even if it isn't a reduction, should be a big handling improvement.

Robert Loire has a deal with Beringer, getting all their latest and greatest stuff each year. I hope he gets a couple sets of these next year, I would like to get a closer look. The one thing I can't figure out from the pictures is how you get the calipers off to do a wheel change. It looks like it would be a real pain in the ass.

Robert let me use one of his factory Beringer set-ups for the last SBK2 race in 2007 on my Berg, and it was unbelievable how much better they were than the Brembo stuff that I was running (which was a huge improvement over the production Beringer stuff that came stock). If you used more than one finger on the brake it would pretty much put you on your head.

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That is a sweet looking system. I think the reduction in rotational inertia will be the biggest improvement in helping flip the bike back from side to side. Having all the mass closer to the center, even if it isn't a reduction, should be a big handling improvement.

Robert Loire has a deal with Beringer, getting all their latest and greatest stuff each year. I hope he gets a couple sets of these next year, I would like to get a closer look. The one thing I can't figure out from the pictures is how you get the calipers off to do a wheel change. It looks like it would be a real pain in the ass.

Robert let me use one of his factory Beringer set-ups for the last SBK2 race in 2007 on my Berg, and it was unbelievable how much better they were than the Brembo stuff that I was running (which was a huge improvement over the production Beringer stuff that came stock). If you used more than one finger on the brake it would pretty much put you on your head.
Or in your case too much gas and not enough weight on the outside peg Some more pics i found of ya!

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Harlow and i went up to Rocky Glen on thanksgiving Morning, What a wicked sand section in the quarry, its about 2 min lap times, fun 60ft tabletop, Millville whoop section, good up hill jumps, nice rail berms 30yrd long. if its 40deg thats the place to go.
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Or in your case too much gas and not enough weight on the outside peg Some more pics i found of ya!

When we going riding?

Harlow and i went up to Rocky Glen on thanksgiving Morning, What a wicked sand section in the quarry, its about 2 min lap times, fun 60ft tabletop, Millville whoop section, good up hill jumps, nice rail berms 30yrd long. if its 40deg thats the place to go.
At least you are now getting some pictures of people with some real high-side skill. Though I could only dream of getting the height and distance that Lorenzo gets!

That's funny, I don't remember getting a call about going to Rocky Glen on Thanksgiving. I agree, that place is good fun when it is cold out. I tell you what, if it's above 35 degrees and there are less than 3 in of snow on the ground New Years day I'll meet you out there.

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At least you are now getting some pictures of people with some real high-side skill. Though I could only dream of getting the height and distance that Lorenzo gets!

That's funny, I don't remember getting a call about going to Rocky Glen on Thanksgiving. I agree, that place is good fun when it is cold out. I tell you what, if it's above 35 degrees and there are less than 3 in of snow on the ground New Years day I'll meet you out there.

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Well if t call you this is how it goes.

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Wait a second, im always up for riding. Everytime i call u Geo you cant make it. I still call you though even though i know you will say " I cant make it". Between the two of you i dont know whats easier - To get you guys out and ride or Get my wife to let me bring home 3 - 20yr old 100lb hotties to service me for 2 weeks straight and her not complain for 2 weeks, in either case it just wont happen. THe odds of the 20yr olds getting to move in is probably greater then the 2 of you getting out to ride. But i will still try.

I ride every weekend - let me know when and where!

Colin, as for new years, im up for it ill do you one better, if its 20deg or warmer ill meet you, last new yrs eve i rode out a Brad Jereminskis and slid all over the fuckin ICE on regular knobbies, while that prick was roostin me with his winter friction tires. Good fun. Ill make sure i call all of you guys on New years day at 7am to see if you want to ride!

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Wait a second, im always up for riding. Everytime i call u Geo you cant make it. I still call you though even though i know you will say " I cant make it". Between the two of you i dont know whats easier - To get you guys out and ride or Get my wife to let me bring home 3 - 20yr old 100lb hotties to service me for 2 weeks straight and her not complain for 2 weeks, in either case it just wont happen. THe odds of the 20yr olds getting to move in is probably greater then the 2 of you getting out to ride. But i will still try.

I ride every weekend - let me know when and where!
You get 3 20 yr old hotties over by your house and I'll definitely be riding right over. Other than that you know my deal working 6 days a week gives me 1 day off to do everything, family friends projects and ride. When I get back from AZ after new years I'm gonna become a riding fool then you will wish I stayed home.

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Geo, cant wait. Its a travesty that you cant get out, your like 12mins from me. I know howit is though. As for Colin, New Yrs day sounds great, I dont drink so no Hangover, Whats everyone doing the day after new yrs that friday? im off.

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I would love to join you bastards on that day for some riding, but ill be in MOTHERLAND...
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Well it looks like Roman will be riding the 3 - 20yr old Hotties - Ruskie Hotties at that. Bro take me with! Maybe i could pick up a used CZ over there the finest in Eastern Block MX machinery. Whats scary is ive seen CZs on the track when i was starting up in this sport. GOD im OLD!
Yeah no kidding your old! Roman I'm going to Russia with you some year. I wanna keep some Russian hotties warm! Are all the clubs like the vampire club in Blade 2 ( I think it was Russia)?

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Yeah no kidding your old! Roman I'm going to Russia with you some year. I wanna keep some Russian hotties warm! Are all the clubs like the vampire club in Blade 2 ( I think it was Russia)?

Hey Geo, I have a Vampire Club in my Basement, Joe and I will be waiting. Joe will have his special batch of Pickles, peppers or sausages that he makes, i forgot what it is he does but he will be ready!
Listen to us married guys, maybe its something in the water out here, The 2 of us want to take off to Russian Hottie ville to get away from our Beautiful, loving caring wifes.

Is your wife drinking the same water as mine?

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Listen to us married guys, maybe its something in the water out here, The 2 of us want to take off to Russian Hottie ville to get away from our Beautiful, loving caring wifes.

Is your wife drinking the same water as mine?

There you go gaying up another thread. I'm gonna request that they ban you until you can stay hetero.

No lately the wife has been good no real complaints. I guess the bottled water is working. I honestly would like to go to Russia and check the place out, there is a lot of history in that land.

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No lately the wife has been good no real complaints. I guess the bottled water is working. .

Thats cause you havent been riding in 2 months!

Wait untill you wanna go riding, Mine is always cool when im not riding.

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Wait untill you wanna go riding, Mine is always cool when im not riding.
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Kinda hard to call in sick when I'm already here. I am bored as hell.

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