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February 12, 2016, 08:44 AM

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Originally Posted by jaycee703 View Post
you reference weight reduction and aerodynamics... let's step back a second... if both riders are on stock bikes ANY bike and you are racing and you have proper weight distribution their should only be wheelies from a launch. I have owned over 30 bikes zx10 gsxr 1k all sorts of bikes and people on similar bikes are having trouble keeping the front down and it's because of crappy body positioning
I think it's time for you to explain to us how to ride bikes since you are a racer you could share some of the knowledge.


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