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Old 04-24-2012, 06:11 PM   #41
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SS bikes have ceramic bearings everywhere possible,the heads have been shaved rediculous amounts,0wt oil etc.They even go to the trouble of making sure all the crank and rod bearings are on the loose side.Dont forget degreed cams. Also they de-oring an 0-ring chain.
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Old 04-24-2012, 06:19 PM   #44
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You're right they could have lied, written an article and lied, been on tv and lied, then made several youtube videos and lied.

Though I find that highly unlikely.
Gixxre and Mathews are easily 2 of the best drag racers you are gonna meet around here. They are both builders and jockeys. I have had my sass handed to me by both of them on more than one occasion. Not that Im I formidable opponent to either. If either of them say something I would be highly inclined to take it as gospel.
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SS bikes have ceramic bearings everywhere possible,the heads have been shaved rediculous amounts,0wt oil etc.They even go to the trouble of making sure all the crank and rod bearings are on the loose side.Dont forget degreed cams. Also they de-oring an 0-ring chain.
All of these details seem to escape most people. Like I said, Its crazy what they call stock
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