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Old 03-13-2008, 03:48 PM   #21
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i'd never even attempt to stunt an 06 R6, they're just not designed for it. they have no low end, the frames are very weak (when exposed to the type of stresses stunting imposes), and they don't crash well at all. i'd buy an older bike, they're heavier, and built tougher than the new bikes, therefore making excellent stunt bikes.
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Old 03-13-2008, 08:20 PM   #22
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If it's still in good condition, I wouldn't stunt it. Go buy a cheap bike that you won't feel bad about crashing.
Ive got a Buell cyclone m2 '02 that i dont care about. what you think about that. wheelies seem to come easier on the buell.
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i'd never even attempt to stunt an 06 R6, they're just not designed for it. they have no low end, the frames are very weak (when exposed to the type of stresses stunting imposes), and they don't crash well at all. i'd buy an older bike, they're heavier, and built tougher than the new bikes, therefore making excellent stunt bikes.
i gotta buell cyclone '02, what you think about that? pretty heavy. 435 dry
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Old 03-13-2008, 11:12 PM   #24
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i'd never even attempt to stunt an 06 R6, they're just not designed for it. they have no low end, the frames are very weak (when exposed to the type of stresses stunting imposes), and they don't crash well at all. i'd buy an older bike, they're heavier, and built tougher than the new bikes, therefore making excellent stunt bikes.
my 05 wheelies just fine ... but crashing and parts braking sux
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