Quick and cheap motard???

Discussion in 'General' started by C.Joy, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. CB186

    CB186 go f@ck yourself

    the race between myself and Adam is a good old fasioned smack talk showdown. :D

    i'll be running my basically stock YZ(43hp on a Factory Pro), with maybe a set of borrowed forks and shock(i'll test 'em out) with a F3 front wheel and front brake setup. it's a bit getto, but works well.
    as far as gearing, i'm doin it to the moon for the long front straight.
  2. mango

    mango Ewah Felicitys underpants

    Can I run my XR650R with completely stock suspenders, CBR F3
    rear wheel with cush drive and a VFR wheel on the front?

    It is under powered and over weight. :D
  3. CB186

    CB186 go f@ck yourself

    yes, bring it on out. :beer:
  4. Lizard 1

    Lizard 1 Well-Known Member

    Here, here - bring it!!!
  5. C.Joy

    C.Joy Well-Known Member

    Thanks fellas for all the replies. I may see some of you around the Southeast next year, only time will tell. I'll likely just go with the wheels since a few people indicate that they had a good time like that. May spring for brakes later on down the line.

    C. Joy
  6. ubermoto71

    ubermoto71 Well-Known Member

    Can I bring this? It's a four-fiddy, honest... (that 570 decal means nothing...) ;)

    Okay, I'll spot you 450 guys some time at the start...


    Actually, I'm looking at getting a new '06 450 or 510 Husqvarna in the spring. Barber would be the place for a roadracing motard showdown...
  7. leviathan

    leviathan Well-Known Member

    If it's a tight track motards are stupid easy to go fast on.
    I rode a motard once and was laughing at the simplicity of it.

    I'd rip the stock CRF with wheels. braaaap. The one I rode was a stock motor RM-Z450.
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2005
  8. gixserman

    gixserman Well-Known Member

    can you lower the back ride height enough to compensate for the loss of trail that happens from the front having a slightly smaller wheel/tire combo?

    Last edited: Dec 20, 2005

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