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    GSXR 1000 dirtbike.

    Seems asinine.. but fun.

    https://www.rideapart.com/news/36207...t-bike-insane/

    Listen, high on the list of things I don't need in a dirtbike is 150+ horse power that comes in over 10k rpm.. but fuck.

    This is what I want to do to a hawk.
    Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

    #2
    When you get to certain age, you find you need MORE bike
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRFS729qK80&t=18s

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      #3
      Originally Posted by bitzz View Post
      When you get to certain age, you find you need MORE bike
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRFS729qK80&t=18s
      Reminds me of the time I took the 929 off roading.

      Twas never the same again.
      Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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        #4
        So, as per CCS rules, 660cc inline four, strapped into a 'dirt' chassis counts as a motard.

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          #5
          HillDuke.jpg For Superduke......................................... ..
          SO,.... he's gonna make a hillclimber? And he hasn't lengthened the swinger yet?

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            #6
            Hiller.jpg Hillclimb.jpg

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              #7
              Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post
              So, as per CCS rules, 660cc inline four, strapped into a 'dirt' chassis counts as a motard.
              THAT"s an idea.

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                #8
                Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post
                So, as per CCS rules, 660cc inline four, strapped into a 'dirt' chassis counts as a motard.
                Seriously?

                Dude .. talk about class killer. And finally a motard that won't blow up every fourth race.
                Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                  #9
                  Originally Posted by 6 View Post

                  Seriously?

                  Dude .. talk about class killer. And finally a motard that won't blow up every fourth race.

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                    #10
                    Originally Posted by 6 View Post

                    Seriously?

                    Dude .. talk about class killer. And finally a motard that won't blow up every fourth race.
                    The current gen KTMs are actually pretty solid even when beaten around Loudon, WAY better than the old RFS motors before all the reliability mods were figured out. As far as a class killer, bear in mind that Eli Block has turned 14s on a 450, and pulled a 4th in the Dash for Cash at the May 1st round. I'm sure that bike is a rocket build, but damn... The trick would be making the 600 'motard' as light as possible. The Husky 701 has big motor on the 450s, but it's weight means a standard 'tard is still quicker around Loudon for example.

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                      #11
                      Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post

                      The current gen KTMs are actually pretty solid even when beaten around Loudon, WAY better than the old RFS motors before all the reliability mods were figured out. As far as a class killer, bear in mind that Eli Block has turned 14s on a 450, and pulled a 4th in the Dash for Cash at the May 1st round. I'm sure that bike is a rocket build, but damn... The trick would be making the 600 'motard' as light as possible. The Husky 701 has big motor on the 450s, but it's weight means a standard 'tard is still quicker around Loudon for example.
                      This.....even the smallest of the 600 I4s will weigh 100lbs+.....so take a 450 add 50lbs at least. Anyway....Handling wins at Louden.

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                        #12
                        Originally Posted by behindthetimes View Post

                        This.....even the smallest of the 600 I4s will weigh 100lbs+.....so take a 450 add 50lbs at least. Anyway....Handling wins at Louden.
                        Handling, and the rider. Loudon more than a lot of places is a riders track. In any novice or amateur race, take the winner and looser and have them swap bikes, I bet you see the same race results.
                        Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                          #13
                          Originally Posted by 6 View Post

                          Handling, and the rider. Loudon more than a lot of places is a riders track. In any novice or amateur race, take the winner and looser and have them swap bikes, I bet you see the same race results.
                          Tighter the track....the more skill involved.

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