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Old 10-22-2007, 11:26 AM   #1
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IM WANTING TO GET MY R6 STUNT READY. IVE GONE DOWN ONE TOOTH IN THE FRONT. QUESTION IS, UP HOW MANY ON THA BACK. WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST CAGE? I GOT ALL KINDS A QUESTIONS SO ANYBODY WITH ANY INFO, I WOULD APPRECIATE IT A LOT. PM ME THANKS
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Old 10-22-2007, 11:30 AM   #2
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IM WANTING TO GET MY R6 STUNT READY. IVE GONE DOWN ONE TOOTH IN THE FRONT. QUESTION IS, UP HOW MANY ON THA BACK. WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST CAGE? I GOT ALL KINDS A QUESTIONS SO ANYBODY WITH ANY INFO, I WOULD APPRECIATE IT A LOT. PM ME THANKS
Are you ready to fall a lot? Falling sucks.... that is all
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He said he's planning on stuntin' his R6
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george is rocking stock gearing on his with an fi cage
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Old 10-22-2007, 01:08 PM   #7
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He said he's planning on stuntin' his R6
I know, but his R6 is nice 'n fresh. He has a Buell just sittin there. I say sell it 'n buy a beater stunter to learn on - otherwise that nice new R6 won't be nice 'n new too long.
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george is rocking stock gearing on his with an fi cage
I rode his 06 R6 and I thought it could def. use a little more bottom end.

I know on the bigger bikes a couple of teeth will do nicely, but on 6's I've heard to go up as many as 5 teeth, rear, just for everyday riding.

Would 5 teeth sound about right with one down in the front?
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don't 06 r6's have 2 fuel stages?? one that kicks in at 11k rpms..that doesn't sound too safe when most of your wheelies will be in that rpm range.
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what do you know about stunting fat boy?



i learned on stock gearing on a YZF600r and thatboygeorge rocks stock gearing on his 05? R6.

get and FI cage and take all your plastics off, drop it down to 15-20 # of pressure in the rear tire, crank the idle up to 4k or so, and go learn.


if you cant do it with that, you might want to just go to something easier, like track days.
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oh and welcome to the wide world of my FAVORITE stunter, Bill D.

pause it and try to count how many teeth he uses LOL




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my FI cage works great... ive dropped it from 12 o clock and im rockin stock gearing
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FOR SURE. ID RATHER IT BE IN THE PARKING LOT THAN OUT ON THESE COUNTRY AZZ ROADS. TELL ME WHAT U KNOW. APPRECIATE IT. DUECES
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CANT AFFORD IT. I GOT A BUELL CYCLONE 1200CC. ID BE WILLIN TOO TEAR IT UP. WHAT DO U THINK?
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FOR SURE. ID RATHER IT BE IN THE PARKING LOT THAN OUT ON THESE COUNTRY AZZ ROADS. TELL ME WHAT U KNOW. APPRECIATE IT. DUECES
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george is rocking stock gearing on his with an fi cage
SO DO I JUST NEED TOO DROP THE REAR TIRE PRESSURE? I GOT A BUELL CYCLONE, DO YOU THINK IT WOULD BE BETTER TOO GET A CAGE FOR IT AN LEARN ON IT. CANT REALLY AFFORD A ANOTHER BIKE RIGHT NOW. APPRECIATE ANY INFO. SORRY WE WERNT ABLE TO HELP YOU OUT ON THOSE T-SHIRTS. TAKE IT EASY BRO
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my FI cage works great... ive dropped it from 12 o clock and im rockin stock gearing
WHAT DO YOU HAVE YOUR REAR TIRE PRESSURE SET AT? APPRECIATE ANY INFO.
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dunno... if im on the streets reg tire pressure and if im in a lot its prolly at 20- 25 psi... but im startin to rock it full tire pressure... if u leave it low it f*cks ur tire up
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and as for ur question to which bike to stunt... which ever bike feels more comfortable for u
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i'd say buy a fiddy and learn back brake control then u could just hop on both of ur big bikes and rock em
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