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    Posted: 02 Jan 2018 at 20:08
Came across this company while searching for some carbon on the internet.
Seems like a professional set up and their matte finish front guard and hugger look 
beautiful; as does the rest, but the matte does it for me. Thinking of treating the Tuono and was wondering if anyone has bought or seen their kit.
Prices also seem reasonable.

People say I don't know Jack Sh1t; but I do, he lives next door.
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I would say it's imported from China. But it looks ok, can't say much more than that and much better than the cheap and nasty wet lay that seems to cropping up everywhere.
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Cheap chinese parts seem to be flooding the market on all bikes. They sell a slave cylinder, I wonder how long that will work ?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote RobertyBob Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Jan 2018 at 09:17
Bought a front sprocket cover and chain guards from them via ebay.  Happy with the quality.  For the chain guard I was contacted by a lady to say she had inspected the item prior to dispatch and had found a small defect.  She offered to cancel or money off if I wasnt happy when I received it.  When it arrived I couldnt see much wrong with it!  So good customer service.
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Originally posted by Af1 Af1 wrote:


Cheap chinese parts seem to be flooding the market on all bikes. They sell a slave cylinder, I wonder how long that will work ?

Chinese parts aren't all cheap and nasty, although it's taken me some time to be convinced, as there was a time when everything made in China was garbage.
Looking through the RSR website, they seem to put quality and customer satisfaction high on their agenda and TUV approval isn't cheap. Be interesting to look at some of their stuff.
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Hello All. 

Indeed the carbon is from China. We source most of our stuff from the same factory as KTM does. It has its OEM carbon done there (maybe not all, but a good deal of it), and now Triumph are having all their 765 carbon done there too. This one factory in China is as good as any in Europe. It does go downhill from there a bit, regarding other Chinese suppliers. But this is mainly due to wobbly fit, not finish. So we try to avoid using the others. 

For the RSR Moto clutch slave cylinders, this is a new product for us. I had one on my Ducati Supersport for 2 years, branded by Avanti. So I was confident enough to start selling them, based on a good personal experience.They come with a 2 year warranty.

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Originally posted by Stevex Stevex wrote:

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TUV approval isn't cheap. Be interesting to look at some of their stuff.

Cheers! Not cheap and it took nearly a year to sort out! And all we got was a certificate and a video:
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If I was buying Carbon, Id use Jolly. Quality stuff from one of our founding fathers.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Si McMille Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jan 2018 at 10:12
There’s a guy on Aprilia FB pages that makes carbon fibre parts, Russ Wray, I got some carbon fibre swing arm covers off him, quality stuff!
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