I am referring to the early real magnesium Minilites that I have on my
Bugeye. The real magnesium ones were not even labelled as Minilites
until much later in production. The aluminum minilites you are
referring to were named "Sport" Minilites.
D O W N T O N 995
Sent: Jan 21, 2008 1:28 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, JNBrashear@garverengineers.com,
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] what's the story on Moss'
Real Minilites are of course available in Magnesium or Aluminium.
Various companies have bought and sold the Minilite name in the UK
over the years.
W E S L A K E 1330
In a message dated 21/01/2008 15:48:00 GMT Standard Time,
In comparison to real Minilites, Panasports, Revolutions etc., they
are way overbuilt and heavy. Here is something that should make
you feel good . . . the Minators should never break on your
Sprite. They are very safe (though also a little boring) in that
Yes, I can state what I just did because I have owned the rims to
compare. Do you know anyone with an actual magnesium Minilite that
you can hold up in comparison to the Minator? If you could feel
the difference, you would understand the comments made fully.
. . . And then it is possible to buy the knock-on Minators that are
8 more lbs. of unsprung weight to slow you down. Run for your
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