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Created article Standard Roller Weights

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Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:56 am linkquote
I linked this in on the Mantainance Procedures page under see also. not sure where else to link it.

was also playing with resorting the info to group models that use the same roller. That would allow including after market as well. was thinking of sorting it by width, then diameter, then weight.
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Sun Apr 11, 2010 12:03 pm linkquote
That's extremely helpful Patrick, thumbs up. Maintenance procedures seems to be the most logical place to link it from.
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Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:38 pm linkquote
Do we have a "reference" page? Seems like there are a few pages that could be linked from a central reference page if we had one.
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Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:30 am linkquote
Done, added to the Reference section.
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We should add a column for minimum diameters. On the BV 500 it is 24.5mm
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Re: Standard Roller Weights
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Created article Standard Roller Weights

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Just pulled a set of new stock LX 50 rollers out the bag:- 19x15.5 8g
Perhaps you can add this to your wiki list ?
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Re: Standard Roller Weights
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oopsclunkthud wrote:
Created article Standard Roller Weights

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Just pulled a set of new stock LX 50 rollers out the bag:- 19x15.5 8g
Perhaps you can add this to your wiki list ?
Just did. Thanks.
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Mon Jun 21, 2010 7:43 am linkquote
Another one to add - Beedpseed advise standard roller spec for my GTV125 is 19mm x 17mm x 7.4g.

Edited to add... I guess the GTS125 is ditto.

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Added, with thanks.
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Added stock roller info for Piaggio 100 4T
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Fri Oct 28, 2016 2:37 am linkquote
MarkTheBlue wrote:
Another one to add - Beedpseed advise standard roller spec for my GTV125 is 19mm x 17mm x 7.4g.

Edited to add... I guess the GTS125 is ditto.

Best,

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The first time I changed my rollers on my GTS 125 2010 (Bought pre owned) i used the stock weights listed above. What is real funny is since then it revs so much higher then it used to... almost too much and my fuel economy went down by about 10-15% (I didn't pay attention to the ones I removed stupidly). I since replaced them (at the following normal service interval) with 8.5g weights and it felt much more balanced with a lower rpm while cruising at 40-50mph.

Have you had, or heard of any such experiences that stock weights are too light? (I apologise if I sound like a complete idiot, haha I probably am)
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bjornmysta wrote:
The first time I changed my rollers on my GTS 125 2010 (Bought pre owned) i used the stock weights listed above. What is real funny is since then it revs so much higher then it used to... almost too much and my fuel economy went down by about 10-15% (I didn't pay attention to the ones I removed stupidly). I since replaced them (at the following normal service interval) with 8.5g weights and it felt much more balanced with a lower rpm while cruising at 40-50mph.

Have you had, or heard of any such experiences that stock weights are too light? (I apologise if I sound like a complete idiot, haha I probably am)
Perhaps to do with rider weight/riding style maybe?
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