if you scootch your ass way back in the seat, you can power it up in 2nd sitting down.z31maniac said:I'm not to worried about not being able to do 160 anymore. I just want more pull out of the corners.
You could power wheelie in 2nd, no bounce not standing up?
But thankfully my near 200lb ass doesn't practice wheelies that much, nor do I want. Just curious if is going to do in 2nd what it now does in 1st. WOT about 9k front wheel starts lifting.stoneloco808 said:like jasamb says it is possible. ive done it, for me snapping the throttle works for sit downs.
well it all depends on what kind of master link is on the chain, rivet or c-clip. i opted for the rivet type, so i also got a chain breaker/rivetitng tool kit. here is a link to the review i posted on the MotionPro tool. either way you will need something to press the master link into place. just a side note a friend of mine got the c-clip type and some how lost the clip. luckily one of our friends noticed it.jasamb said:-Do you need any special tools?
Nope, a couple of sockets, a torque wrench and a means to lift the rear wheel.