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Old 09-12-2007, 07:15 PM   #1
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what kind of crash cage?

so i got a 2004 cbr 600rr, and i got 2nd gear wheelies down no problem. now i want to get the 12 oclock slow wheelies down. can i do this with just 1 tooth down in the rear or should i go another 5. and before i do this what cage should i get. freestyle ingunity or 305?
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just get some pvc and make one
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not on the rr, the SI cage works wonders on that bike
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Old 09-12-2007, 07:20 PM   #6
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powersstuntworx FTW

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what kind of crash cage?
what kind of crash cage?
what kind of crash cage?
what kind of crash cage?
http://www.tygershark.net/
Tygershark if you dont mind being cheap or you can just buy SI cage.
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Tape some pillows to the side?
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that would be my third choice.
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powersstuntworx = strong Real tuff stuff

Tygershark = flimsy that sh*t will break

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[IMGhttp://www.tygershark.net/
Tygershark if you dont mind being cheap or you can just buy SI cage.
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You want to go up in the rear not down
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And you know how?
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tygershark or 905, i dont want a bar going under the bike so i cant take turns so low any more.
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Because I have used it on my Busa and my Busa is much heavier than that you stunt on

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tygershark or 905, i dont want a bar going under the bike so i cant take turns so low any more.
I can take turns and scrape the peg before the cage will hit. And don listen to what nofear says. And dont buy a 905 you will regret it.
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Because I have used it on my Busa and my Busa is much heavier than that you stunt on
So you stunt on a busa? Or just crash it going fast?
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the tygershark looks tight that is what i want to get
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then how much is this tygershark and where can i get it?
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