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Post by Death Magnetic on Tue Mar 23, 2010 12:18 pm

Meself and the joker where looking at me race bike earlier, and where looking where i scraped the crash mushroom. We leaned the bike over till the mushroom was touching the garage floor and HOLY FUCK affraid , Its a mental angle. Glad i'm on an RVF now i tell ya. Razz
And i have to give praise to the Pirreli Dragon's which never budged all day.
I had to ditch me steering damper early on in the day, Dont like it on at all. Give's me some bad feed back, But thats just me and everyones different when riding their machines.

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Post by jfloody on Wed Mar 24, 2010 7:50 am

what size rear tyre are u usein with the dragons??how much for a set of dem???im using dunlop gpr alpha 10s but dem dragons sound mighty fine!!! Shocked
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Post by Death Magnetic on Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:42 am

I'm using a 160 on the rear, standard front.
I've used the dunlops on the road before and taught they where good, But only on 400's. I put one on the 600 rear and dont like it.
The pirellis are a savage tyre, they never budge.
The ones i have came with the bike when i bought it. So never bought a set new. I was meant to check how much the tyre guy was selling them for in mondello.

How did ya get on at the track day. Happy with your bike?? Any tweakin need doing??

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Post by jfloody on Thu Mar 25, 2010 10:02 am

ye had a great day weather was savage!!!was me first time round mondello so was great to ave the instructors there to show u the proper lines still not 100% but more track time should sort dat out Very Happy ...as far as the bike goes it was spot on all day didn want the day too end roll on the 11th....dats a gorjus 400 of yours how did everyone get on??
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Post by Death Magnetic on Thu Mar 25, 2010 10:17 am

Cheers. Everyone got on great. It was my first time out on track as well. I cant wait to do the qualifing and taking off on the start grid.
From what the Joker was sayin, you where fairly flying it round>
Them SV's are annoying. I couldnt catch them on the straights, then in the bends i was nearly hitting them (love me late braking) then they'd be gone upthe straight again.

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Post by The Joker on Thu Mar 25, 2010 3:31 pm

welcome to the site you were going good there on saturday was behind you for few laps ,


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Post by dar5150 on Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:06 am

The Joker wrote:welcome to the site you were going good there on saturday was behind you for few laps ,


nice job on the homepage limiter looking good

Yea site is looking class!
Standard size on the rear wheel for honda's is 150. Might be a slightly quicker turn in on the 150 compaired to a 160. Had a Perilli supercoarsa pro on the front for the 1st time at the track day and was well impressed with it. Still have whats left of a 150 BT090 on the rear and the combination held up well. Soon as funds allow I'll get a matching 150 perilli on the rear! Looking around at the quicker lads bikes they all seem to be running with Perilli supercoarsa pro's, not the cheapest of tyres though.
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Post by Death Magnetic on Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:17 am

I have to say i love the pirelli's. I have a good 150 on my third wheel but just afraid i'd be riding off the tire. How much are a set of the Pirellis brand new???

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Post by dar5150 on Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:27 am

[quote="Death Magnetic"]I have to say i love the pirelli's. I have a good 150 on my third wheel but just afraid i'd be riding off the tire. How much are a set of the Pirellis brand new???[/quot

Its 110sterling for a 120/60 front and 128sterling for a 150 rear. From the visor shop with free delivery. Pricey enough, hopefully we'll not be changing them to often on the 400s!
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Post by Death Magnetic on Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:32 am

I hope not. The set on my bike at the mo are in good nick so i'll deffo get another few rounds out of them. Remind me to do the headstock bearings in my bike. I keep forgeting. I think 45 or 50 euro for the bearings. How does that sound?

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Post by jfloody on Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:07 pm

ye dem 650s would anoy ye alri der savage cumin out of corners ud nearly wanna be slipin the clutch to keep up with dem...with the cbr u ave to keep the revs up over 9,000 to get decent power out of it but like u said u can close up to dem on the brakes Very Happy

cheers joker ye got into a nice comfortable zone towards the last couple of sessions was behind one of the black milita bikes at one stage two of us where stuck together felt like rossi n lorenzo lol! cant wait for the 11th
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Post by dar5150 on Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:26 pm

Death Magnetic wrote:I hope not. The set on my bike at the mo are in good nick so i'll deffo get another few rounds out of them. Remind me to do the headstock bearings in my bike. I keep forgeting. I think 45 or 50 euro for the bearings. How does that sound?

Try tightening it up 1st. Follow this guide below, its a good one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRVhPmb7qXo
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