Originally Posted by DsmXsteve
Is there any advantage to having a SSSarm? I am assuming less unsprung weight?
There are also issues with them. From what i have read, they are not as rigid as a standard swingarm. I would thing that with the frame stiffness of the 06/07 frame that a single sided swing arm would not be a performance way to go. You would end up with a frame that flexes very little, but a swingarm that is quite flexable. If you looking for a bike night bike tho, im sure its all that and a bag of chips, and a pack o rubbers.
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