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Old 01-07-2007, 11:32 PM   #1
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Help, noob to stunting.....

Hey guys, aside from riding wheelies on my scooter and chinese knock off I have never really stunted a big bike. Wheelies under power only, and the occasional stoppie. So, I got a 2001 GSXR 600 racebike I am resurrecting as a stunt bike. I took it to the frame to clean it up and fix some little . I put on some handlebar clamps and a tubular dirt bike handle bar and a small fork mounted fairing / headlight combo, a small LED taillight mounted under the seat, and took off all the bodywork to cut down on potential crash damage

1st Question is, what should I worry / spend money on next? Case guards? Sliders? Subframe? Oil starvation? Sprocket?

2nd question...where to ride and when. ASI is not the place to learn....

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Old 01-07-2007, 11:37 PM   #2
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buy a cage....i like sick innovations....but i heard freestyle ingenuity cages are good also.

search for all the DIY mods also.


and oh yeah, find your own place....and keep it a secret, or your spot will get raped by everyone and their mama.
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Old 01-07-2007, 11:46 PM   #3
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Old 01-07-2007, 11:53 PM   #4
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Hey guys, aside from riding wheelies on my scooter and chinese knock off I have never really stunted a big bike. Wheelies under power only, and the occasional stoppie. So, I got a 2001 GSXR 600 racebike I am resurrecting as a stunt bike. I took it to the frame to clean it up and fix some little . I put on some handlebar clamps and a tubular dirt bike handle bar and a small fork mounted fairing / headlight combo, a small LED taillight mounted under the seat, and took off all the bodywork to cut down on potential crash damage

1st Question is, what should I worry / spend money on next? Case guards? Sliders? Subframe? Oil starvation? Sprocket?

2nd question...where to ride and when. ASI is not the place to learn....

Thanks,

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I hope you know a good welder to fix all the broken frame tabs your gonna have.

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definately a cage...I like f.i
sprockets definately help out but aren't a necessity ( i learned stock)
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Old 01-08-2007, 11:23 AM   #6
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another stunt bike being raised!!....

Del has the FI(Freestyle Ingenuity) cage and it seems to be pretty nice..
I like the 905 cages because they appear stronger but looks can lie...

12 bar.. will save you some money on damaged parts when you wreck but wont be too important while you are learning... 12bar and handbrake will come later...

Ownage has a good set of guidelines that worked well for me when i started...

it was something, something, something, (i dont remember those) "and dont be a pu$$y...."

worked well for me... he can fill in the blanks
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Old 01-08-2007, 06:19 PM   #9
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yeah, I'm still here. I've just been freakin busy......and had a g/f(the ex now.lol).
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