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Old 04-21-2009, 03:13 PM   #21
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wait wait you got it all wrong, its has a exhaust and suspension and not to mention its has bodywork plus breakline.. And dont forget his Yoshimura built motor
That's all you. With your motor, steering damper, quickshifter, etc. . . .


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wait wait you got it all wrong, its has a exhaust and suspension and not to mention its has bodywork plus breakline.. And dont forget his Yoshimura built motor
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Old 04-21-2009, 03:35 PM   #24
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That's all you. With your motor, steering damper, quickshifter, etc. . . .


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yes sir I got sponser finally and KWS did a bad job on everything, you should check them out @ http://www.kwsmotorsports.com/s600.htm

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(636cc or 654c Motor) – 133 to 138hp prices starting at $5800: Drag racing, unlimited road racing, or hyper street bikes. KWS offers over bores + 2mm or 3mm to make a 636cc or 654cc motor displacement. These motors make 130+ and can be ridden daily on the street.


Then I got my other sponser Traxxion to stop everything and fly out to MSRH to set everything up check them out @ http://traxxion.com/detail-2.aspx

And i end up getting AK-Gas Charged Cartridge Kit, great stuff all of US Pro sponser guys and factory racers uses them
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im sorry Mr whoopie has the Yoshimura motor and Gonzo has the Matsushima motor. I get them mixed up all the time.
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Just because you take your street bike to a track day doesn't make it a track bike.

Just because you put your trackbike in a race doesn't make it a racebike.

And here i was thinking that the distinction between a track bike (you know.......like Gonzo's with just suspension and exhaust) and a race bike (you know.....like the one in the OP with $10k of aftermarket ) was obvious.
I dunno........any bike par-taking in a race, sounds like a race bike to me.

These things are race bikes themselves right out of the box. True, most wouldn't take a completely stock bike to a race, at any level. But that's not to say it isn't perfectly capable of finding it's way onto the podium, with the right rider of course.

When does a bike become a "race"/"track" bike anyways? I personally believe, as Mr. Whoopie eluded to earlier, that when a bike meets the standards/rules to participate in a race or track day, it then becomes a race or track bike. But my opinion doesn't really matter......I'm just wasting time until I leave work.
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Old 04-21-2009, 05:22 PM   #27
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I dunno........any bike par-taking in a race, sounds like a race bike to me.

These things are race bikes themselves right out of the box. True, most wouldn't take a completely stock bike to a race, at any level. But that's not to say it isn't perfectly capable of finding it's way onto the podium, with the right rider of course.

When does a bike become a "race"/"track" bike anyways? I personally believe, as Mr. Whoopie eluded to earlier, that when a bike meets the standards/rules to participate in a race or track day, it then becomes a race or track bike. But my opinion doesn't really matter......I'm just wasting time until I leave work.
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