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Old 12-10-2016, 10:32 PM   #1
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Newbie here from jersey. Fascinated with stunting. I've been riding for a 6 years on the street. Dirt before that. Current bike is a 2016 yamaha fz09. Slowly getting her modded. Pointers and advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Me too bro me to. Ever so slowly building greatness! Installed a didgold x ring chain and a 58 Tooth thrust sprocket last night. Perfect amount of teeth. Was worried it would not be able to street ride anymore. But works great. But I can already see this is a skill that takes time to sharpen. Definitely got talent and skill for it but need alot of practice. Best of luck to ya. We both are gonna need it.
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How do you like the 58 tooth? I recently got rid of my ninja 650. I also had a 2014 what a fun bike. Now I'm building a 2016 fz09 but the whole trial and error smashing **** up has kept me pretty careful so far just been messing with wheelies alot
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The 58 tooth is perfect. I can still ride around comfortabley. Didn't notice a big diffrences in rpms. Wheather has been so cold aND rainy haven't been able to ride. Busy alot to. So top end speed not sure. It's probably around 100 to 110. Top end is 130 stock so it's not a top end bike. But has just as much torque as a 636. Just not the horses. Gonna put a 636 rear wheel conversion on it. In hopes it will balance out better. The slow wheelie is my goal and endo.
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