ive dealt with them a few times. theyre pretty good. if you can get in touch wth them. sometimes theyre a little slow getting back to you initially. but the prices are always good. ive sent them over some stuff, and its been months since i hear anything, but when they do it, theyre real good about getting it back. sometimes, they even send me more stuff than i ordered. but thats only when i give them more money than they ask for. and on occasion, if i dont send them anything, i wont get my stuff back.
Their Rearsets look better made than raask and cheaper than tarozzi's. Doesn't look like junky cast pieces in them.
They have a lot of neat stuff, most of it is available in the U.S. from other suppliers, but some of it I have never seen before.
It's nice to see they have a race prepped featherbed frame for sale, with the tailsection kickup already welded on, ready to take any engine mounts. If it wasn't close to $2000 Euros, I have a spare t500 motor that needs a home.
aaron ...rats it was funnier before you posted the url but its a cool site anyway!Lots of brakes and even a disco valante wonder which side that bikes buttered on the british site or the Italian site looks like maybe the brits bought the cast parts from these guys .I recognized the brakes anyway . And joe c I was with you on that responce tex doesnt understand that you rather "walk to work then bring your lunch" and that you "like the city better then the summer" Me I always "rinse and repeat" Dont worry joe c some of us got it.
I look at italian fiberglass the same way I look at anything else that is made in italy...they patterned it after their women: Expensive, you will need to pay it a lot of attention, and there will always be some issue, but you still can't be the looks when new.
Seriously for a second, the price is not half bad for some of their glass work. If you are like me and put a red-liner in everything fiberglass meant to hold gas anyway, then it might just be the ticket. The biggest issue I see, is how they are going to get it to you through the mail without destroying it. The second issue is how are you going to get it back to them if it is an udder piece of crap.
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