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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-09-2019, 11:55 AM
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What time did you get?

On a bone stock crf100 I can run a 45. 7hp bike with a 200lb rider. Lil faster on a modified TTR or CRF.
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On a bone stock crf100 I can run a 45. 7hp bike with a 200lb rider. Lil faster on a modified TTR or CRF.
Now who's slow? I could lap you on foot!
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don't do it' that's the josh herrin compound. there will be a 8 year old there running 36's and you'll have to go hide your adult pride
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this video might actually help you understand what you're asking. (you're not going to be doing wheelies and power slides on your first track day) for one, they'll kick you off the track.


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yours truely makes a cameo here...lol

it was after this particular weekend where qualifying was mandated... which was brilliant
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Re: Hello, what does it take to turn more w/ less lean angle at high-speeds?

damn how many people did you run over that day marquez?
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damn how many people did you run over that day marquez?
I didnt run over anyone... made my move(s) off the start and got away fairly clean til the red flag.
That vid was pieced together from 3 or 4 different cameras.

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Not only is he a first rate producer...he can ride the balls off a dirty bike with street tires.(and anything with 2 wheels)
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Attached a pic of a friends GoPro capture when there was no qualifying based on pace and a typical grid snap
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more hanging off.

suspension settings are reading tire wear and improving feel of the bike for the rider. the sag and all can have an effect on your lean angle. if the springs are not strong enough for your weight the bike will sag a lot in the rear and throw the handling off.

there is no one setting fits all answer. it comes down to rider. how fast you can ride. next is tires. it comes down to knowing what the tire wear is doing. check out dave moss tuning videos on youtube.

you'd be surprised how little you are hanging off and leaning if you see some pictures of yourself. it takes some getting used to leaning. the whole knee on the ground thing is for gauging how far you are leaned. most of us stop when we feel it touch. and in a picture we're like wtf, i'm barely leaning.

when you are doing it this much, you're at the limit. btw, don't try this on a stock bike with consumer grade tires. the max a normal bike can do is about 50 degrees. that picture is about 64 degrees. and it's probably a really slow corner. like under 50mph.
Exactly, more hanging off = lesser lean angle of the bike but how come this is true scientifically?
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