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Old 09-01-2007, 05:19 PM   #1
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i have a 03 gsxr600 ....im in the military right now and posted in roswell nm ( desert) im getin a little bord with it and also coming closer and closer 2 wreaking as i try new tricks... do gsxr6's make good stunt bikes if i get a full crash cage.. and what not?? and if it is.. will my big yoshee going 2 get ****ed up bad lol.
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Old 09-01-2007, 05:22 PM   #2
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throw some cages on it and chop the pipe down short. any bike can be destroyed, preventative measures just make some last some longer than others.
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Old 09-01-2007, 05:28 PM   #3
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what can i get for it 2 pop up easyier. sproket ?
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Old 09-01-2007, 05:39 PM   #4
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i had an 01 gsxr6 caged and geared , -1/+2 will do you good if you still want to commute on it as for gearing

and get a cage for sure
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Old 09-01-2007, 06:04 PM   #5
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Go here as well <stuntlife.com>

Couple of guys on that forum that stunt in NM, including E-dub, who is fcking gangsta on his ride.......
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Old 09-01-2007, 06:25 PM   #6
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thx for the tips.. i come back 2 h-town thanksgiving. it think thats when im going 2 Stunt out my gsxr.... but how is it contral wise compared 2 a f4i
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f4i's are smaller than gsxr's ... a lil easier to throw around i think... u should be fine on ur gsxr tho
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Old 09-01-2007, 10:37 PM   #8
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k one more question.. what air presure should i run on the tires for doing slow wheelies?? or is there a website for newbies like me
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hello ! get a small dirt bike it will be worth it !!
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like a xr?? i ride them all the time in the pit at my motocross races do all kinds of crazy on them. there fun but get boring a lil 2 fast.. i figurez go crazy on my gsxr. one thing i am worried about is fcking up the front end my bike.. how well will the cage protect my bars or front forks incase of a endo :P
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yea a xr100 would be a perfect bike for you to learn the concept of back brake on, most people use fiddys, but you said you ride xr so maybe alil bigger one would be your style... but yea in new mexico there are some riders that are sick when it comes to stuntin most in Albuquerque, new mexico... edubs there, schooler, lil dave, manny just left, and RRC is in cali now too, but yea hit them up for some onsite help, sick people out there... most people now-a-days stunt 636 or f4i or even 600rr now, gixxer have alil problem with weak frames and subframes but if you reinforce, you should be good to learn on....
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Old 09-02-2007, 05:22 PM   #12
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you can stunt the gixxer sixxer, theres alot of guys that do, get a subframe cage, reinforce it to the frame, and get a cage, learn on stock sprocket too, big sprockets arent always the best way to go
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hello ! get a small dirt bike it will be worth it !!
best advice i've seen.

learn on a small 4 stroke dirtbike then move to the big bike. and if its parking lot only..

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sprockets (streetstunt or prostunt kit (up 8 or up 16 in the back -1 up front)
some type of loop protection, 12 bar or round bar
and let your sack hang out. any bike can do it. I learned on a bone stock YZF600r and thatboygeorge only stunts his bone stock R6. i know alot of guys that stunt gixxers, nothing wrong with them.

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Old 09-03-2007, 10:45 AM   #14
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ordering these parts online the best way 2 go ?? or should i go back 2 h-town and let a shop do it.. cuz im in a barraks i dont really have a garage :P
someplace like motorcycles unlimited can do it?? or will a shop just overprice ?
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Old 09-03-2007, 10:54 AM   #15
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i got most of my from moto unlimited, , but a handbrake is best bought online, everything else pat can order
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Old 09-03-2007, 11:07 AM   #16
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k thx il go buy there next time im in texas. i might just get chain, sprocket and supframe cage and hope i dont tip it hard and let my frame sliders work till i get the money for a cage, cuz my bike is a 2 wheelie in secound gear, ur forced u do a stand up even then i cant pop it up every time..idk mabe cuz im na newb but still. :P or mabe its the switching from dirt to street bike messing w/my mind.
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get a cage, thats the most important part of everything
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get the cage first and if ur in a lot stay in 1st gear and if u dont have back brake control u should get a small four stroke dirtbike instead and learn back brake
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or everytime you pull it up a little slam the back brake and get used to its position
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yea i whored claytons fiddy for a couple of days learned back brake quick then got back on my bike and made things alot easier
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