Me - "I'm gonna buy a new bike"wow, that's a lot of changes for a track day! Time to get a dedicated track bike vallejo
Fly screen really helps, finding a quality helmet that doesn't suffer from too much buffeting also helps but the main one is as long as you lean forward everything is ok and you can carry on telling your sportbike friends that real men don't need fairingsYou must find the wind is hard to deal with at 200kph on the naked bike?
I'm sure I have a close up somewhere. As for the wiring just tape it up out of the way somewhere. If you take the license plate and the bracket thing holding it off the bike, when you disconnect one of the sensors (barometric one) at the back you'll get a warning light showing up on your clocksdo you have a close-up of the light area with them removed? I have been slowly prepping for my first track day, had not thought of just removing the lights, any wiring concerns?
amazing example of a win/win mentality lolVallejo said:Me - "ok you can have breast implants THEN I'm buying a new bike"
she is letting me send my youngest daughter to race school when she turns 4
One day a minimoto will show up in the house painted like my STripleR and I might get away with it on cute factor.ill be getting a mini minimoto next year for the little ones. but i haven't convinced the better half yet...