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Old 03-08-2010, 07:33 PM   #1
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Sup guys. A buddy of mine bought an 02 gsxr 750 a while back cheap since the frame was cracked and welded..he started using for stunning and eventually the frame gave up on him. Now we don't know if to part out the bike or get a new frame which btw has been hard to fing one.. let me know wat you'll thing and were to find a frame.. thanks
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Old 03-08-2010, 07:44 PM   #2
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Is there a recall on that frame?
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You should post that in the moto-discusion cause that dnt have anything to do with stunting . Maybe he should jus wait for the big trash to come around and throw it out jus cause its a gsxr. Or maybe he should try ebay. It was a waste of my time reading your post.
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I think i got a buddy who jus bought a frame, but never used it. I think hes actually sellin it. I find out and hit u up. Also i was searchin for a new stuntbike on Craigslist. I saw one wed or thurs of last week. Check Houston , Austin, Dallas, And San Antonio on there. It may still be there.
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Man I coulda swore this was a stunters section
it is spam for teh stunt section but stunters probably do crack frames more than anyone therefore may be the most helpful
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Old 03-08-2010, 09:43 PM   #8
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Fke u fame... lol u on my crew... sup man let me know of a frame
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Considering that it's only going to be used for stunting, repairing the frame shouldn't be too much of a problem. In other words, adding additional material for strength (such as gussets) isn't a problem because this specific application isn't concerned so much with mass, as would be a race bike. Do you know anyone who can weld aluminum?
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Fke u fame... lol u on my crew... sup man let me know of a frame
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Idiot was talking mess to me.. lmao wat a jack .!!! O well.. and it busted at the neck so thr bearing busted as well ain't no way to weld that back up did once and it broke againg don't wanna risk it nomore
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Someones parting out an 03, they have a titled frame for 850 and a non titled for 150
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Thanks yea I talked to him already.. hope its legit...
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Actually more than stunters like to wheelie. And if you can wheelie, please dont call yourself a stunter, they will eat you alive on here. I geuss people forget people learn and fall before there perfect. And its alot of non-stunters and beginners who do crack frames. Alot is from Mousetrappin, which is usually from people learnin to wheelie. A lot of bringing the bike up and down hard will stress on the frame, bigger bike, harder stress. Only advise, buy a beater bike to learn on, once you got it down, ride the good bike. Big key is learn the throttle to keep the bike coming down slow and soft.
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Lmao.. ok. I was either looking for advise to partout or help with a frame not a stunning lesson..and no the frame was cracked ans rewelded. Not from us..but thanks for the useless info on ur stunning 101. Lmao.. now with that I might be able to get my wheelies better but u didn't tell me how to clutch it ip... lol


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Actually more than stunters like to wheelie. And if you can wheelie, please dont call yourself a stunter, they will eat you alive on here. I geuss people forget people learn and fall before there perfect. And its alot of non-stunters and beginners who do crack frames. Alot is from Mousetrappin, which is usually from people learnin to wheelie. A lot of bringing the bike up and down hard will stress on the frame, bigger bike, harder stress. Only advise, buy a beater bike to learn on, once you got it down, ride the good bike. Big key is learn the throttle to keep the bike coming down slow and soft.
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Actually more than stunters like to wheelie. And if you can wheelie, please dont call yourself a stunter, they will eat you alive on here. I geuss people forget people learn and fall before there perfect. And its alot of non-stunters and beginners who do crack frames. Alot is from Mousetrappin, which is usually from people learnin to wheelie. A lot of bringing the bike up and down hard will stress on the frame, bigger bike, harder stress. Only advise, buy a beater bike to learn on, once you got it down, ride the good bike. Big key is learn the throttle to keep the bike coming down slow and soft.
i dont know wtf this dudes talkin bout, but i rode with u before 45 stunter ,im not a stunter either i just crush allot, i say u gat a f4i tough or sumtin cheper than a gixxer i seen u wheelie before u doin allright
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Thanks miguel.. lol george, do you thing that guy can make some money if he puts his lessong on youtube or craigslist.? Lol
I ain't no stunner but I don't have a pic in my avatar doing a endo almost staright. I mean 6 inches off the floor and try to clown and give lessons.. lmao....
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