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Old February 1st, 2012, 01:51 PM   #1
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Thumbs up FS: 90 Degree Angled Aluminum Valve Stems - $19.99 Shipped!


Same high quality valve stems used on many MotoGP, Moto2, WSBK, AMA and etc. bikes. Same exact valve stems sold under the Ariete brand for much more money.

These high quality valve stems are drop forged aluminum and are all Made in Italy. Don't be fooled by cheap Chinese knock-offs that are on the market.

This price is shipped to anywhere in US and Canada! If you require shipping elsewhere, please send me a PM, it'll be only $3 USD more.

Typical delivery times are:
4 to 10 business days for USA
2 to 6 business days for Canada.
10 to 15 business days for International orders.
  • Makes checking/filling tire pressures effortless.
  • Since they are angled, this also prevents the valve core from failing because of the centrifugal forces (do a little search around, this is far more common than you think)!
  • Lighter than rubber valve stems, and look way better as well.
  • You get to choose from the 5 anodized colors available!

At this special price, these little gems are hard to pass by!

11.3mm will fit all Ninja 250 models and many other Japanese bikes.

If you are running aftermarket wheels such as BST, Marchesini, Carrozzeria, PVM, Marvic and etc. PM me and I do have the right size for those wheels as well.

Installation: Torque the locking nut to 7-10 Nm and you are done.

For those who are wondering if your tire has to come off, yes, your tire has to come off to install these. They will be good for many thousand of miles, won't need to change them with each tire change once you install them.


Only $19.99 shipped to USA and Canada for a PAIR of TWO (2) high quality valve stems!

Simple payment, just use the BUY NOW button below to purchase your set!

EDIT: BUY NOW BUTTONS REMOVED AS DEAL HAS EXPIRED

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A Moto2 machine with these valve angled stems




Valentino Rossi's Ducati MotoGP bike with these valve stems (can't see the fronts, but you can see the rear one clearly)








If you have any questions you may PM me any time!

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Old February 1st, 2012, 01:54 PM   #2
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How long will this sale be going? I'm definitely interested, just not right at this moment in time.

I feel like this was worthy of posting in the thread, not a pm, because it is useful for others as well.
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Old February 1st, 2012, 01:58 PM   #3
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How long will this sale be going? I'm definitely interested, just not right at this moment in time.

I feel like this was worthy of posting in the thread, not a pm, because it is useful for others as well.
I am going to try to keep it at this price for as long as possible.
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Old February 1st, 2012, 03:31 PM   #4
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Old February 4th, 2012, 11:01 PM   #5
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Shipped out the few orders received on Friday. Thanks to everyone for supporting SlowBoyRacing!

Got all colors in stock, feel free to PM me if you have any questions.
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Old February 5th, 2012, 10:17 AM   #6
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bought a set of these a while ago. great product for sure. Well worth the money.
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Old February 17th, 2012, 10:29 PM   #7
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All orders have been shipped, and all new orders received over the weekend will ship out on Monday morning.

One of the best $20 mods you will ever do to your motorcycle!
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Old February 21st, 2012, 08:39 PM   #8
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bump for the week, still shipping them out daily.
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 06:39 AM   #9
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Just ordered two sets of black. Looking forward to getting them. Thanks!
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 07:21 AM   #10
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Just ordered two sets of black. Looking forward to getting them. Thanks!
Thank you for your order. Will be shipping them out shortly
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Old February 28th, 2012, 08:33 PM   #11
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All orders continue to ship out daily, and have all colors are in stock.
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Old March 1st, 2012, 12:05 PM   #12
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How easy is the installation/replacement? Just wondering if a removal of the tires is necessary...
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How easy is the installation/replacement? Just wondering if a removal of the tires is necessary...
Removal of the tires is definitely necessary. You might be able to get away with half-removal if you do it where the valve stem is.
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How easy is the installation/replacement? Just wondering if a removal of the tires is necessary...
Assembly Instructions:
  1. Remove old valve stem
  2. Clean both valve body and valve stem hole on rim.
  3. Insert valve onto rim, taking care not to damage the gasket at the base of the valve stem.
  4. Attach the nut on the inside of the rim to the valve stem threaded body.
  5. Set valve stem torque to 7Nm to 10Nm. (5.1~7.3 ft-lb / 62~88 in-lb)

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Removal of the tires is definitely necessary. You might be able to get away with half-removal if you do it where the valve stem is.
I suggest removing the tire completely, you'll need to torque them down properly.

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Old March 5th, 2012, 11:03 AM   #16
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Just bought a pair. I figured I needed new valve stems anyways when I repaint my wheels and mount my tires so I'd go with these. I'm pretty stoked!
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Old March 5th, 2012, 03:44 PM   #17
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Just bought a pair. I figured I needed new valve stems anyways when I repaint my wheels and mount my tires so I'd go with these. I'm pretty stoked!
Already shipped, thank you for your order.
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Already shipped out to you
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Got my valve stems. They are super high quality, and will look awesome on my bike once I get my new tires
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Got my valve stems. They are super high quality, and will look awesome on my bike once I get my new tires
Thanks for the feedback, these are the highest quality items around, glad to see you liked them as well.

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Assembly Instructions:
  1. Remove old valve stem
  2. Clean both valve body and valve stem hole on rim.
  3. Insert valve onto rim, taking care not to damage the gasket at the base of the valve stem.
  4. Attach the nut on the inside of the rim to the valve stem threaded body.
  5. Set valve stem torque to 7Nm to 10Nm. (5.1~7.3 ft-lb / 62~88 in-lb)

Note: Excessive torque may damage the all aluminum valve stem
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As soon as I get mine I'll make a DIY. That is if someone else doesn't beat me to it.
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How else do you think you put in valve stems?
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I was kidding. I don't even have these yet. I'll order some after Easter once I order my tires

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...and I hope kevin is kidding as well.
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I was kidding. I don't even have these yet. I'll order some after Easter once I order my tires



...and I hope kevin is kidding as well.
Yeah I am kidding, but it looks like this is going to have to wait till next month when I swap to slicks at the track. Unless @alex.s gets bored and wants to take the tires off my bike then put them on again in a night lol
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If my paycheck is big enough, I'll be ordering this week.

Are the stems painted, or anodized (sorry if this has been covered already)? If anodized, will they discolor or fade in the sun over time? Although not important, this would determine which color I order.
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If my paycheck is big enough, I'll be ordering this week.

Are the stems painted, or anodized (sorry if this has been covered already)? If anodized, will they discolor or fade in the sun over time? Although not important, this would determine which color I order.
well there mostly covered to I wouldnt say its going to fade as much. If I were to do it over again I would get black. I opened the letter yesterday with the gold ones and I'm very disappointed in the gold, There is no way this is anodized, it looks nothing like the other parts on my bike
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