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Old 11-26-2012, 01:44 PM   #1
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2013 600rr wheels fit 2012?

anyone know if the 2013 wheels will fit later models such as the 2012 600rr?
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I don't think anyone on here will know yet as the 2013 cannot be purchased yet.

you could try emailing honda..... not sure how far that will get you though..

with all this said. considering the minor changes to the bike for 2013, I would be surprised if they didn't fit.
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Rear might, front however? perhaps if you swap out the forks too?

Just have to wait and see :/
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Im already on it haha. I've heard they do.
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I have been unable to find 2013 parts fiche at any dealer/distributor site.
Rear wheel is likely to fit since the swingarm and rear caliper is unchanged.
Front may be a different story, but considering the front calipers haven't changed it is likely the mounts will remain the same.

We shall see.

if possible I will likely retrofit my 2008 Graffiti with the wheels, forks and ECU
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Are these wheels any lighter than the 07-12 wheels? Unless they are lighter, I just don't really see the point of changing wheels on our CBR's since most of the wheels are covered by the rotors and chain/sprocket/swing-arm assembly.
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wheels and forks good idea, then you'll make everyone jealous with those wheels and BPF's but why ECU? know something we dont?

if you got hiss ecu will be more than that just remember...you'll need new keys etc and get them coded
US bikes don't have HISS.
The 2013 ECU has been re-mapped to squeeze out more power, supposedly.


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Are these wheels any lighter than the 07-12 wheels? Unless they are lighter, I just don't really see the point of changing wheels on our CBR's since most of the wheels are covered by the rotors and chain/sprocket/swing-arm assembly.
Good question. The Enkei tri-spoke wheels that Honda has used for 20 years were the lightest OEM wheel of the big four manufacturers. Will be interesting to see if there is an increase. I'm guessing yes.
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Supposedly the intake/RAMAIR was redesigned to allow more air into the bike. May want to keep that in mind when hooking up the '13 ECU to stock '12- bikes.

Is it soo much air that the ECU won't be able to adjust?...I doubt it lol Nothing a Baz or PCV couldnt correct.
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Anyone know the size of the "Big Pistons" in the 2013 forks? I would only go to the nicely looking new rims if they are lighter.
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US bikes don't have HISS.
The 2013 ECU has been re-mapped to squeeze out more power, supposedly.
To add to that, if you read the PR speak it doesn't even say it's a new ECU. It mentions a new map that increases mid/low end power in combination with the new nostril in the ugly thing's face. I read that as just a different factory street tune.

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Good question. The Enkei tri-spoke wheels that Honda has used for 20 years were the lightest OEM wheel of the big four manufacturers. Will be interesting to see if there is an increase. I'm guessing yes.
There's a reason why some top level race teams Don't bother swapping out the OEM hollow tri spoke wheels and use them as they are. They're pretty good and light if boring in the looks dept. Real curious how the new cast Y spokes compare. One thing I noticed is that they aren't quite like fancy aftermarket wheels. The hub section is still that big bulbous hollow thing like the tri spokes but with solid Y spokes radiating off of them. The nice machined aftermarket ones have smaller compact solid hubs. Cosmetic difference, yes. Measurable difference, possibly.
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The new rims are heavier, its in there press release video. Prob not heavier by much but nonetheless heavier. Id guess there prob $800-1K each? that being said id love to sell mine for the new ones ;)
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The new rims are heavier, its in there press release video. Prob not heavier by much but nonetheless heavier. Id guess there prob $800-1K each? that being said id love to sell mine for the new ones ;)
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Wait a couple years, these parts will be all over CL and Egay.
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I want it now!!!

Funny, because the bikes are in the shops, so some have to have been sold. You know people have dumped them already, so, where's the parts fiche?!
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I want it now!!!

Funny, because the bikes are in the shops, so some have to have been sold. You know people have dumped them already, so, where's the parts fiche?!
So very very true.
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you gotta wait till the market is saturated with these parts, or be prepared to pay a pretty penny for those wheels and forks.
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I too am interested in the wheels. I'd say they fit but will be a little heavier.

N.B: Awaits AhmedF to get excited about this thread! Lol.
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Supposedly the intake/RAMAIR was redesigned to allow more air into the bike. May want to keep that in mind when hooking up the '13 ECU to stock '12- bikes.

Is it soo much air that the ECU won't be able to adjust?...I doubt it lol Nothing a Baz or PCV couldnt correct.
I just remembered that the ECU was re-mapped to a more environmental friendly version with less HP in '09.
So, the "re-mapping" Honda is claiming is likely just the pre-'09 map.

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Anyone know the size of the "Big Pistons" in the 2013 forks? I would only go to the nicely looking new rims if they are lighter.
Current forks are 45mm. 1000RR BPF forks are 43mm. It is likely they are the same fork. So, a new upper and lower bridge design was probably done.
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anyone here any updates on if these wheels fit?
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The new wheels are sick, I want to find a set for my bike. But chances are with them being brand new you'll be paying around the price you would for aftermarket anyhow or close too.
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The new wheels are sick, I want to find a set for my bike. But chances are with them being brand new you'll be paying around the price you would for aftermarket anyhow or close too.
Well when they put new wheels on the 1000rr which are the same wheels on the 2013 600rr, you could buy them from honda for $900 a set, all aftermarket wheels iv seen are 2000$ +
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Well when they put new wheels on the 1000rr which are the same wheels on the 2013 600rr, you could buy them from honda for $900 a set, all aftermarket wheels iv seen are 2000$ +
Oh heck, well thats not to bad.....You shouldnt have told me that.....My wife will now blame you when the wheels show up! lol
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I don't see the point of swapping to the 2013 rims or forks unless they can be had for cheap. You can getting performance out of going aftermarket for either.
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every month i ask my local dealer. The 2013 bike isn't even in there systems yet. Not even a decal from it.
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I don't see the point of swapping to the 2013 rims or forks unless they can be had for cheap. You can getting performance out of going aftermarket for either.
well not everyone races
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Bump. I have not been able to ge a straight answer to this question. Anybody know with 100% certainty one way or another? Thank you!
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Bump. I have not been able to ge a straight answer to this question. Anybody know with 100% certainty one way or another? Thank you!
I was talking to my connection here. Says the front will fit for sure. But the back axle is a different part number. So it's either they changed it for no reason. Or you have to swap the axles out with the 2013 one. But it seems like it's more possible now then it was before.


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