|13-01-16, 08:07 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2015
Trackday Paddock Stands
This is a "which paddock stand" question, but I don't want the usual Abba answers! I need a pair for Trackday use, so sturdy but not an Abba as I have one and it takes too long each time.
They are for the blade which doesn't have rear bobbin mounts, so it needs to be cups. Honda also decided to make each side of the swingarm a different height so the rear ideally needs to be adjustable height, but I could pack out one cup if they are fixed. The bobbins that fit through the spindle are no good as you can't change the wheel using them.
I'm thinking headstock front would be best for stability and easy wheel changes.
So any recommendations (or for sale?) that fit the bill and aren't too wobbly?
Current: 2003 SV650S, 2001 Blade
Past: TXT250, Mana, Tuono, SV650 K8, Bandit 6, DRZ400 Supermoto, ZX6 B1H, Z1000, ZX6 G2, TT250, Bandit 6, DR350, Firestorm x 2, Diversion, RD250LC, NS125R
|14-01-16, 07:59 PM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Linslade, Beds
Re: Trackday Paddock Stands
I use a Harris rear paddock stand but it's the bobbin type, for the front I bought a headstock stand made by Blacks for around £35.
I think this is the company that sold them.....
I might have an Oxford rear stand with cups in the garage, I'll try and remember to have a look tomorrow mate.
Tracked 2001 SV650, ZX10 shock, GSXR K6 Forks, wheel and radial callipers, full M4 race exhaust system, Valtermoto rear sets, jetted carbs, K&N air filter, injection cam swap, braided brake lines, R&G crash bungs.
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