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Old 02-08-2011, 10:43 AM   #61
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bro... Are you some kind of track ???


I think the extended swing arm looks sweet and with that red frame with the flake it sets it off!
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bro... Are you some kind of track ???


I think the extended swing arm looks sweet and with that red frame with the flake it sets it off!
Track ? Um.. no. What is that supposed to mean?

Just for me, the more and more I ride, the less and less I want to ride on the street. I have ridden on the street twice in a year. I much prefer the track. Thats just me.

But like I said, if thats what he likes, who cares what anyone else thinks.
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some bikes look better stretched than stock wb imo.
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The stock/original swingarm is included in a box fulla stuff so swapping isn't much of a thing. The stock though is the same red as you see in the photo so it'd probably be too much sparkle red for me. I like the black.
I can PC that critter black for 65 bones
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way to go and congrats...nothing wrong with stretching...come on out to HMP or RPR to have some fun...or stick with swb guys and pay $160 to crash...(c'mon drag racing vs ....twisties...oh sorry moto gp)

all jokes aside,do what you want...at the end of the day as long as you are safe and not actin like a jack on it,it's all good.

my drag 06 gsxr turbo 1K has a 72" wb...i still can turn

my street 1k has 6" extensions...feels almost like a swb.
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way to go and congrats...nothing wrong with stretching...come on out to HMP or RPR to have some fun...or stick with swb guys and pay $160 to crash...(c'mon drag racing vs ....twisties...oh sorry moto gp)
So you buy a bike that's designed to do twisties...then take it and it all up to do something else....and now you're going to talk on the dudes who actually use the bike to do what it was originally designed to do....cuz it costs a lot more to do it safely?


Impressive. I have no other response.
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thought this pic was relevant to this thread.

Are extended or "stretched" swingarms lame??

Looks like he wouldnt have any problems in the twisties if he was running a street pipe instead of a sidewinder
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look at that countersteering, it does not look like he asked for her to countersteer!
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Looks like he wouldnt have any problems in the twisties if he was running a street pipe instead of a sidewinder
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All I know is the chick in the pic above has some nice and tight body.

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