homemade crash cage

Old 11-22-2009, 01:29 AM
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ok so ive been on here for a little while now hiding in the shadows and i figured its about time i post up my ride, its a 96 zx6r, not your first choice for a stunter but **** it, they dont make **** for these so im gonna make everything my self, just finished my crash cage, next will be a 12 bar and a subcage. any advise to make my learning experiance easier would be appreciated thanks

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Old 11-22-2009, 01:32 AM
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sell that minty *** bike and get a junk F4I, you will kick yourself in the *** later if you dont
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Old 11-22-2009, 01:38 AM
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Ya dont bother that old thing has carbs that meens when you 12 it it runs out of gas and turns off so why would you need a 12 bar if you cant use it. Sell it for like $2000 and get a stunt bike with fuel injection for like $1500 and you wonder why they dont make stunt parts for that thing.
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Old 11-22-2009, 01:49 AM
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Re: homemade crash cage

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Ya dont bother that old thing has carbs that meens when you 12 it it runs out of gas and turns off so why would you need a 12 bar if you cant use it. Sell it for like $2000 and get a stunt bike with fuel injection for like $1500 and you wonder why they dont make stunt parts for that thing.
you can 12 a carbed bike, just stay on the throttle
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start buying stator covers , your cage is way too close. better yet a smart person would just sell that bike now
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:49 AM
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yea selling that and buying a f4i is best option, also that cage u have on there goes right under bike and bottom outs and hits things on the underneath like loading it on van ect and is to close to the side covers 1 bad drop and it will bend and hit them buy a f4i or 636 if u fill brave you will never look back.
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hope you know how to make side cases to
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Old 11-22-2009, 01:35 PM
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thanks for the advice guys ive been riding for a while now just want to take it to the next level nothing too crazy yet i really want a 03+ 636 but im broke
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"the next level" is getting a 636 or f4i to learn on
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Wow at least give the guy credit for building his own ****....im never posting pics of my bike if im gonna get ragged for trying
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ya for real what happend to run whatcha brung props for fabbing ur own parts bro
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