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Rather highly priced, but could solve suspension issues on Vespas:

https://www.methodracewheels.com/products/301-se-suspension-edition-matte-black?variant=40555981996093
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And for the low price of $4,123, soft, cushy rides are yours!

One of the things I love about riding on two wheels is road response. Not for me. But if our older riders want a softer experience, go for it. For those riders I would also suggest this..........
https://www.riteaid.com/shop/rite-aid-carex-rubber-ring-cushion?gclid=CjwKCAjwrJ-hBhB7EiwAuyBVXTDrKa77t3kkjEe_M9V-n_bEN3Y1gwo6snUoScR5NrMaJGX8MF2-CRoC32oQAvD_BwE
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Hmmm reminds me of Flubber
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If I could force 17" rims in my GTS, I'd consider it. But it would make the Vespa look odd.
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And for the low price of $4,123, soft, cushy rides are yours!

One of the things I love about riding on two wheels is road response. Not for me. But if our older riders want a softer experience, go for it. For those riders I would also suggest this..........
https://www.riteaid.com/shop/rite-aid-carex-rubber-ring-cushion?gclid=CjwKCAjwrJ-hBhB7EiwAuyBVXTDrKa77t3kkjEe_M9V-n_bEN3Y1gwo6snUoScR5NrMaJGX8MF2-CRoC32oQAvD_BwE
Link doesn't work for me
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Link doesn't work for me
It's there - try this without the extraneous personal tracking stuff:
https://www.riteaid.com/shop/rite-aid-carex-rubber-ring-cushion
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See some of their other annual promotions:

https://www.methodracewheels.com/blogs/news/4-1-product-drops
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I'm worried about how long they will last. Maybe as short as one day?
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Unsprung mass...?
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thanks but still no success. don't worry about it
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Unsprung mass...?
That was my first thought…

…cue the marketing nerds stating that the unsprung mass is lower, because technically it's just the centre section that's unsprung. 😂

Rotating mass is going to be hideous though. 😝
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But if it's a suspension wheel isn't some of it sprung and unsprung?

Not all of its mass would count as unsprung weight and if the suspension itself was effective enough and counteracted with the secondary suspension correctly with the perfect timing it could more than make up for the extra weight.

I would love to try riding something set up with it.
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I'm thinking about upgrading my GTS and wanted to hear from those who know. I'm considering Method, MOMO, Rino, SIP

oh, and Malossi.

...and Bitubo.
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thanks but still no success. don't worry about it
Hrumph - must be geofenced. I hate that.
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I am not a marketing nerd I swear...legitimately curious about this.

Fudmucker brought it up and you seconded it? Did I miss something?

I don't know I am just an idiot with a keyboard and internet connection but that question comes to mind immediately, does it all count as unsprung weight?
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Did I miss something?
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Hrumph - must be geofenced. I hate that.
What is geofenced? My brother in law (BIL) was going on and on about searching for a diesel tune online, downloading electronic tunes for tuners are illegal in USA now apparently and he was saying accessing the same site from a different location in the world via a vpn he got vastly different results and was really upset that internet connections in the USA are censored.

My daughter is a computer science major and I was asking her about setting up a vpn and if I should do it or not and her response was "Dad you don't need a vpn unless you are going to do something illegal"

While I would personally hate to be indicated for something...or more correctly stated I would hate to be caught doing something illegal but I would certainly like to be able to see what "they" have restricted me from seeing. I heard something about a new law proposed making it illegal to peek around the corner so to speak?

The technology to alter ECM's is out there and my BIL trying to access this technology says it is censored in USA internet but he is able to access it when he has his VPN set to locate his IP address in New Zealand.

Jim I know climate and environment is dear to your heart and I am with you on that. I spent over a decade constructing Air Quality Control Systems, AQCS and they work, they make it better. Yes we need to eliminate them but while they are still here...funny thing they all have the bypass switch just like in the tuner video below.

Diesel tuners make more pollution they say which is why they are illegal but it is interesting to me how the hot rodders have managed in the interest of making more power they have also made improvements in efficiency. These improvements in efficiency reduce pollution but when you put the controls into the hands of individuals they may not all be responsible, some might set the controls to increase pollution, rolling coal is the phrase used but it's black smoke from unburned diesel fuel. Anytime you see that puff of smoke from a diesel is wasted unburned fuel. If you can eliminate almost all of that you greatly increase efficiency and reduce pollution not just with noxious exhaust but more miles to the gallon of fuel burned.

My favorite version of this application is on the Dodge 2nd generation 12 valves with P-pump motor 1994-1997 and the first half of 1998. Old tractor engine stuffed into a truck the P-pump is a mechanical marvel, mechanical low pressure diesel fuel injection system. They are still around and the only smog equipment they came with was a catalytic converter. Modifications to this system retaining the cat increasing efficiency and reducing smoke is less pollution when adjusted responsibly. My goal is 30 mpg on a big heavy truck. The fact that a 600 HP daily driver is just super fun to drive is irrelevant.

Here is a video of how to dial it in not to smoke.

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Spring wheels were an actual real thing once. Various types were patented in the 1890s when rubber tyres were in their infancy.

Later, when WWI caused a shortage of rubber in Germany, spring wheels were sometimes fitted to bicycles and cars.
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What is geofenced?
When the website returns results (or restricts them) according to what *it* thinks is your location. So if you try to get say bbc.co.uk from the USA it will stubbornly show you bbc.com instead, majoring on US news. And you won't be able to access BBC iPlayer either. Now, I pay the BBC licence fee for my flat in London, so I reckon I'm bloody well entitled to watch iPlayer regardless of my location (the UK govmint thinks otherwise...) so I use a VPN. Well worth the ~$5 a month.
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My daughter is a computer science major and I was asking her about setting up a vpn and if I should do it or not and her response was "Dad you don't need a vpn unless you are going to do something illegal"
Not entirely true, there can be lots of occasions when you want to access a site but the site's designers think they're being helpful by offering you local-to-you content rather than what you're really after.

Your tuning example is another type of case - and don't always blame the law-makers, often it's the corporate types who jealously guard their 'secrets'.
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I'm thinking about upgrading my GTS and wanted to hear from those who know. I'm considering Method, MOMO, Rino, SIP

oh, and Malossi.

...and Bitubo.
Have you considered a car?
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Hrumph - must be geofenced. I hate that.
actually it looked more like the html/css was broken / non standard (eg the web site dev didn't test on more than one web browser). imo it's unlikely that it's caused by a geofence - I doubt the loading of css would be fenced. theoretical possible but unlikely. I could did further but ain't worth it - got coffee to drink isntead
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Anyone remember the Triumph MC spring hub?

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I'm thinking about upgrading my GTS and wanted to hear from those who know. I'm considering Method, MOMO, Rino, SIP

oh, and Malossi.

...and Bitubo.
Given the context of the post, I'm not sure who is being serious or not. But, I just added SIP 13" wheels to my '17 GTS along with Sip rear and Zeloni front (thanks, ESS) front shocks.

Based on some of the other experiences here, Im guessing it was the front shock, but my wobble is gone. Hard to pinpoint when doing everything at once. But, double thumbs up from my experience.
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I'm sorry, but that jacked-up No Va looks stoopid.
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Rather highly priced, but could solve suspension issues on Vespas:

Oh look. Another purveyor of Vespa suspension FUD. Everyone knows ESS solved every suspension issue but was killed off because they get given kickbacks from BigSuspension.

Your shocks are fine sheeple!

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I'm sorry, but that jacked-up No Va looks stoopid.
You haven't made it out to Apache Junction, yet, have you? ROFL emoticon That's how we roll.
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You haven't made it out to Apache Junction, yet, have you? ROFL emoticon That's how we roll.
Yo, don't be bitin' on the Dirty T's style now... Razz emoticon
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Yo, don't be bitin' on the Dirty T's style now... Razz emoticon
Now we're on a race to the bottom. Laughing emoticon
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The opera browser has a virtual private browser, which allows you to set your location in general areas to avoid local content restrictions

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I clicked the link and that looks pretty cool, Thanks for the tip. I am going to have to give the free VPN a try and see how it works.
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Whats the price right now?
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Whats the price right now?
It's still fourthousandonehundredandtwentythree dollars. Per wheel.
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I've also heard they are back ordered until 4/1/24. I'm not waiting that long.

something totally new will be what everyone's talking about in a year.
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I clicked the link and that looks pretty cool, Thanks for the tip. I am going to have to give the free VPN a try and see how it works.
The problems you will run into with the Opera VPN, unless they changed it, are that you cannot pick where your computer is supposed to be, and most of the companies that have content people want, like netflix, know it's a VPN. So if you want to watch the BBC in all it's finery, or watch a free Superbowl feed from the UK, you need to have a VPN that says your computer is in the UK. Likewise with the thing from New Zealand. But there might be a chance that the diesel engine thing company only blocks the US, which is sort of dumb, because Americans like to modify vehicles. If they do business in the US selling things that don't offend the EPA, and they are shipping those to the US and they are illegal here, the Govt. has a way of getting to them. If it's expensive enough, and they are labeling it correctly when they ship it here, they probably got tired of having them seized in Customs.

If you find one and want it shipped here, I've heard that the way to get it that has the highest chance of success, is to have them leave out the receipt, remove all the packaging, label it as Motorcycle Accessories, and put the value at about $59. No matter how you ship it, it should sail right through. I don't recommend doing that, because it's wrong, like using a VPN to buy something you're not supposed to have.

The easiest way to see where your VPN says you are is to get rid of the browser data, and then go to Yahoo. If it's in a foreign language, that's where you are. If prices are in Kroner, you're probably using the free Opera VPN.
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The easiest way to see where your VPN says you are is to get rid of the browser data, and then go to Yahoo. If it's in a foreign language, that's where you are.
Or just go to: https://whatismyipaddress.com
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