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Old 10-17-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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Stuntlife i need you experience in bike crashing lol.

I own a Honda cb600f4 and would like to help protect it. I heard that they do not make great stunt bikes because the frame is a spine type frame and the engine acts as a support. Also heard they crash well compared to most non modified street bikes.

iv noticed that its almost impossible to buy crash cages, sub-frames, etc. I can only find cages and crash bungs not designed for stunting and assume they cant be used heavily.

so the question i ask is.......does anybody know anyone that's tried to stunt bike a hornet, anybody crashed a hornet, any other reasons why not to stunt a hornet, any input or information please!!

i own one a it would be great to stunt on it harder than the odd party trick.....they have the same bullet proof engine as the CBR600 but i hope that's not where the stunting similarity's end........
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to late to turn back now lol. fixed blown fork seal today and ordered a renntec cage plus easy pull clutch. im going to make it work somhow. even if it means welding some of my own custom parts. this cb 600 f is going to stunt if it likes it or not.
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Worse case scenario it breaks in half
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Old 10-19-2012, 07:23 PM   #4
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lol touch wood. it would be so nice to hear sombody say its not going to after the first few knocks.

iv heard its not as soild as the common stunt bikes but its hard to guage the context, is it weak as in drop it and your fucked or weak as in dont try stunt onit like a pro all day eveyday day.

at the moment this youtube clip is giving me hope.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=...ture=endscreen
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Hey Oscar, what's your feelings about stunting Hornet?

I have a dilemma: I have PC34 hornet for 1,5 year (as commuter bike, not stunted, I only do short power wheelies and endos), it have new tires, hard progressive fork springs, new chain, everything is in good condition, motorcycle have original painting, now I want to buy brand new bike for commuting and another one for stunting.

I dont know - use hornet as stunter, or sell it and buy F4i after road accident for that money, or CBR F3 which not has accident.

Of course selling bike and buying another one requires a lot of effort with selling it, unregistering, finding another one, testing it, buying and re-registering it.

I don't know what is better. Is hornet bad bike for stunting? I heard that frames are easy to bend, and carbs are not good, and moto looses power on long wheelies, and it's hard to buy cage to it.

My friend who are stunting (but only on CBR 125 and later on F3 and F4i) told me I should buy F4i because it is a lot easier to make tricks on it compared to hornet.

Help me decide, give your feedback about stunting hornet pls
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