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armod

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About armod

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    Local Racer

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  • Location
    perth, western australia
  • In My Garage:
    Vespa PX150, Honda VF800F(RC79)
  1. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    RPM @ 7-8k to avoid surprise vtec and regulating with clutch
  2. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    so I've been riding with TCS off lately as the weather here has picked up and I've realized exactly how intrusive it is. also tried to take off from a stoplight yesterday and that front wheel came right up. I'm convinced that the TCS does control wheelies whether that's incidental or part of its function.
  3. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    It must because I've had TCS engage when I've ridden off a curb. But it is a wheel speed sensor so it could be the abrupt change in speed that triggers it and not the gradual build up while on the stand. Does TCS allow you to do a burnout? [emoji48] That will also start with both wheels stationary and build speed in the rear. then you'll know if it's a stand sensor.
  4. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    I was talking more about speed launches.
  5. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    And here I was thinking I just didn't know how to deal with the power
  6. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    It's more likely that I'm not controlling the bike properly than the system interfering with what I'm doing. I'd prefer to have safety net there while I get the technique down. Then see if it's hindering me
  7. Do you wheelie your viffer?

    I've felt the front wheel come up when pushing the exit of a turn. But never actually tried to lift it up. I've been trying to speed launch the bike and I get a lot of TCS involvement. Could be my technique or the stock tires though
  8. Buying advice - 8th gen

    I think the V35 is the only Givi pannier set that fits this bike
  9. Gear indicator error

    You might not be securely in gear. I've seen it before it's slipped from 2nd to neutral and when I've hit a false neutral.
  10. Side Mirror Alternatives

    The stock mirrors fold at the stem. You should be able to fold them in and return them without altering the positioning
  11. How sensitive is the ABS?

    I tested the ABS out on my brand new bike (tires not fully scrubbed in) the rear is very easy to set off but that's because rear wheels are easy to skid. the front wheel is a little smoother no feedback through the lever itself you'll feel it through the bars but it just feels like you're riding over a rope.
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