Saving up for a Big bike!!!

Old 06-26-2005, 10:15 PM
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

f2/f3 are the best starter bikes, i wouldn't mind my f2 being fixed, or another just like it. since i'm past my squid stage i'm going for a gixxer 750 or 929 as my next bike.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

yeah, im looking for a stunted f2, with gauges.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

Originally Posted by nickalltogether
since i'm past my squid stage i'm going for a gixxer 750 or 929 as my next bike.

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Old 06-26-2005, 10:36 PM
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

if you want to stunt, dont get the gix 750. i've heard many a case of people rev limiting it and the motor blows. but i've never heard a case where it blew and there was no rev limiting.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

i'm gonna get a stuntex oil pickup, and be careful with hitting the rev limiter i did it alot on my old bike (although that's not what messed it up)
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

pinning the bike to reldline really isn't good for any bike.....
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Old 06-26-2005, 10:43 PM
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

actually it doesn't hurt it, that's what the revlimiters for. if you hit the revlimiter while going, that's a bad idea, cause there's a load on the engine, there's no load with the clutch pulled.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

I've heard that hitting with no loud can damage the motor.


i have a few friends who have blown their motors FAST from pinning that **** to redline in burnouts and coasters.


it's ok to do it sometimes, but if it becomes to common, your gonna run into engine trouble.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

Did any of you see the video of Stuntwars this year. The long one????
Darius had his bike on the revlimiter for like 12 minutes or sumthing like that and it finally pooped out after that. It was crazy
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

Originally Posted by Gundamms07b
i have a few friends who have blown their motors FAST from pinning that **** to redline in burnouts and coasters.
i'm trying to tell you,
a)a burnout is under a load
b)a coaster is at an elevated level when the bike is already not getting as much oil
i'm not saying it's good, but it's something i do, there's nothing cooler than going by somebody and all they hear is wa-wa-wa-wa-wa waaaaaaaaa
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

Originally Posted by nickalltogether
i'm trying to tell you,
a)a burnout is under a load
b)a coaster is at an elevated level when the bike is already not getting as much oil
i'm not saying it's good, but it's something i do, there's nothing cooler than going by somebody and all they hear is wa-wa-wa-wa-wa waaaaaaaaa

yeah, but it's still not good for the motor



I'll try'em anyway once i get my street bike
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

you gotta, it's fun, and it scares old people
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

i know that rev limiting is no good forany bike, just with them gixxer 750 motors, it hapopens more often. big ol' holes, too. let me see if i can find the thread i saw this in.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

here we go: https://www.stuntlife.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=125984 i diidnt read into it too much, but you know how it be, yo.
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

back on topic: how much money you got now wheelie alex?
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Re: Saving up for a Big bike!!!

Originally Posted by nickalltogether
you gotta, it's fun, and it scares old people
thoes damn old people
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