Xr100 rearsets?

Discussion in 'Mini Racing' started by tett, Nov 9, 2020.

  1. sharky nrk

    sharky nrk Rubber Side Up

    I think look at that picture the biggest (and free) benefit can come from getting your heel up and sliding your foot backward on the peg. I know that when I rode an XR (on 12s even mind you so there was ZERO extra clearance) I would have my heel up and tucked into the frame of the bike like TurboBlew is mentioning. It was actually a mental reference point for me know I was physically tied into the bike like I wanted to be.
  2. tett

    tett Well-Known Member

    Cool... I'll give it a whirl next time I'm out there. Thanks.
  3. DmanSlam

    DmanSlam Well-Known Member

    This is a pic of me from a few weeks ago, at the SHS 200. It's a buddies bike so I wasn't quite feeling comfy on it. But it's an illustration of lean, foot position, what-have-you. 122015908_10156941203907255_677908542471339941_o.jpg
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  4. TurboBlew

    TurboBlew Registers Abusers


    was looking through your pics... found this one. A good example of how you want to be on the bike.
    Looks relaxed and open to the corner & seems able to pivot feet on the pegs.
    I saw a pic or 2 where the bars you have on your bike look at little narrow & maybe few inches tall. Maybe try a straight bar or low profile that gets you closer to the neck.
  5. tett

    tett Well-Known Member

    I need to do some yoga exercises. Also, I had pondered the bars also.
  6. tett

    tett Well-Known Member

    I have to return here and acknowledge my online coaches. Had another opportunity on the kart track today. I concentrated on getting my head forward and the balls of my feet on the pegs. Not sure I got my foot tucked all the way to the frame, but everything definitely felt much more comfortable ("normal"?). Very noticeable difference. Outstanding, and fun.
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  7. DmanSlam

    DmanSlam Well-Known Member

    Kudos man. Sounds like you're off to a good start with making adjustments to your body position.

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