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180 or 190 tire installation with 6.0 rim kit

This is a discussion on 180 or 190 tire installation with 6.0 rim kit within the Ninja 650R Performance Upgrades forums, part of the Kawasaki Ninja 650R category; Have you guys ever tried this wheel? Does it fit 2017 model? I wonder if it's a bolt-on thing because I have a feeling 180 ...

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    Question 180 or 190 tire installation with 6.0 rim kit

    Have you guys ever tried this wheel?

    Does it fit 2017 model?

    I wonder if it's a bolt-on thing because I have a feeling 180 or 190 tire might rub the chain or swingarm?
    Also do you think the rear sprocket will align with front sprocket?


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    And how much does it cost?

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    This mod is so funny to me. Like putting 275 width tires on a stock Civic. Our bikes are so weak sauce... after my track day I almost want to put a 140 on the back
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    The FZ07 comes with a 180 / 55 17.
    Skill is what keeps you on two wheels.

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    ATGATT combined with Situational Awareness and Skill means you might live to ride another day when that deer runs into your bike or that drunk blows through that stop sign.

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    Still How much does it cost? Over $500 then the 636 conversion wins.

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    I bought and fit this rim with a 180 and a 190 will just fit. If you search my username you’ll find more info.
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    I got a 636 Rim off ebay and the BRP 180 kit. All in I was at $350.00 for rim and kit. Worth it.
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    I don’t know if I mentioned it but the cost for the Indonesian version was under 300aud delivered.
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