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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-28-2019, 12:20 AM
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Bad news. They will be discontinuing the 2020 models. You have to wait for the next 2021, which will be out Fall of next year.


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post #22 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-30-2019, 09:31 PM
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Any new word on this? Is production back up and going?


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edit: wow, that pic was bigger than I anticipated
It's correctly sized don't worry. Looks great on my 2k monitor.
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Mine is being built next week.
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Mine is being built next week.
Approximately how long to land OZ after they're built.

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Mine is being built next week.
Any word on new CF wheel supplier? I heard it was an Austrian company but no name given.
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Any word on new CF wheel supplier? I heard it was an Austrian company but no name given.
I think the name is on the wheel somewhere. I'll check my bike tomorrow for you.
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Yes it is.
In my dealership system have orders in status 112 means scheduled for production.
Including mine scheduled week 40.

So for me that answers the question.


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Any word on new CF wheel supplier? I heard it was an Austrian company but no name given.
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This information is usually kept pretty hush hush, but for the sake of sharing information (Which is what this forum is about), it is an Austrian company called Mubea Carbo Tech that makes the K67 wheels.

Mubeo makes all the carbon composite seats for Porsche, and the carbon tubs for the McLaren vehicles.

Unlike the HP4R wheels, they are not braided carbon.

BMW parted ways with ThyssenKrupp as s supplier after a few "issues" had come up.
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