Killboy failure Dragon Fest

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. BikerGeek99

    BikerGeek99 Horizon Chaser

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    Huh?

    Looks to me like he has a weird thing about insect poop.


    :huh



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    :lol3
  2. ttpete

    ttpete Rectum Non Bustibus

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    Here's someone who has never experienced a Ducati liter+ bike. They are short stroke and oversquare and have a flat torque curve that'll make your eyes water. :evil
  3. shovelstrokeed

    shovelstrokeed Long timer

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    Stone Age Man with stone age motor ideas.

    The engine to which he refers makes very little torque at all, given its displacement, just has huge flywheels.

    Imagine a 2000 cc Multistrada motor.:huh
  4. Grreatdog

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  5. uraberg

    uraberg whosaberg?

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    As in crying? Have a good look at the 1098/1198 torque curves. Nothing flat about it. Don't get me wrong, a big fat hump in the torque curve makes for lots giggles, but that dip around 5k rpm has always bothered me.

    Have a look at a speed triple. That is a flat curve.
  6. ttpete

    ttpete Rectum Non Bustibus

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    You're looking at stock emissions regulated data. That goes away with a bit of tuning.
  7. EJ_92606

    EJ_92606 Rider

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    Perhaps, but he still gets a fail for a WAY too early apex.
  8. 100mpg

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    :lol3 yep, that takes care of all discussions about his riding.
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  10. 100mpg

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    yep. you dont get away with that for ever.
  11. Josephvman

    Josephvman I'm the Decider

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    Thanks for clearing that up for us.


  12. Ogre_fl

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  13. Ritalin Boy

    Ritalin Boy Petroconsumptivitius

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    Great repost.

    Gotta love the ones that folks find worthy of tossing on their own hard drive. :lol3
  14. Ritalin Boy

    Ritalin Boy Petroconsumptivitius

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    So was it 2 or 3 seconds after the photo when he ran into the sissy bar?
  15. Barman

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    I know the rider, he's alive and well. :deal And being the safety minded individual that he is :lol3 ,showed us all that dragging a knee on the Dragon doesn't require breaking the 30mph speed limit. Worthless yes but after all what is the Gap for but mugging to the photographers. :dunno
  16. Barry

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  17. mrphotoman

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  18. STUFF2C

    STUFF2C We Ain't Left Yet!!

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    Met a guy in a campground in the NC mountains, that's exactly the way he packed his tent. He left everything in it and rolled it up. He did spent a little more time making it a little tighter wrap. Really, when you are camping day after day it makes a lot of sense. throw it on the ground and add poles... your done!

  19. Flying-D

    Flying-D Just Passing Through

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    You're kidding, right? I can pack my tent in probably 5 minutes. Why the hell would I ever want that monstrosity flapping in the breeze behind me?
  20. StoneAgeMan

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    :norton:clap
    :clap:clapI knew somebody would get it :D