Gimme a little more descriptive title and I'll sticky it for you. I don't know squat about stuntin' but some of you guys impress the hell out of me. :thumbuphey one of the moderators here should copy my write up and make a stickie thread so it will always be towards the top. It really is a great mod and will help anyone from killing stock to learning.
Gimme a little more descriptive title and I'll sticky it for you. I don't know squat about stuntin' but some of you guys impress the hell out of me. :thumbup
You sir are a JACKASS!:2bitchslaStunt or not, I can't believe the forum encourages these guys. And I (paraphrase) quote; "as I was riding with my exhaust just inches off the ground in traffic." Lets put a real quarter turn throttle on his bike and see what happens. Squids...
If you dont already know what your doing your not going to get miles out of it. The big thing about riding long wheelies is being extreamly smooth on the throttle and holding the bike right at bp. When you ride long wheelies your arms get really tired and your not as smooth on the throttle. I could ride long wheelies on my stock throttle but this mod helped me keep my wheelies smooth as glass even when my arms get tired after riding long distances. If you can ride a 1/2 way decent wheelie do the mod and you will know exactly what Im talking about. I now have alot of friends that have done this mod on there R1s, and R6s and I havent heard anything but positive things about this. If you plan on doing long wheelies with your r1 there isnt a better bang for the buck mod out there.I think running the factory tube is better all around. I'd rather be able to get the throttle open quicker for most of everyday riding. I don't see how it would make that big of difference. I don't see how anybody could get miles of wheelies from this mod. if they're not already blocking to begin with.
No its all good bro. I know your not trying to argue. No offense taken.I personally have never been able to tell the diff. in tube's in F4i's, 929, 954, 636, R1, GSXR k. As far as it being a lot choppier, I just couldn't see it. Because if you're doing miles of wheelies you would be running something with a mild street gear which is forgiving. One might be able to tell a noticeable diff. if they were geared strictly for the lot. I'm not trying to argue with you, just trying to clerify. I'm all for stunt game. I can't see youtube at work, but I'll check you out.