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Nice burn outs Ron !
Your video guy could have followed you a little more in the end, but the business end of the video was there regardless.
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Yeah! I don't think Warner Bros. will be calli'n soon! :D
 

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Yes, a stock 109 can do this.
Not on a nicely warmed up tire on a nice warm sunny day...but yeah...
I was leaving an event at about midnight in September and it was jacket weather, but not COLD by any stretch of the immagination. I lit it all the way through first, shifted, went through second, shifted and was on my way through third when I had to start slowing down as I was close to where I needed to turn. I could feel the back end walking, but by no means getting squirrelly at all!
This is definitely the most solid bike that I've ever ridden! It does everything except lay all the way over in a corner, and I only have about 1/4 of an inch of chicken strips on each side of my back tire!
 

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That bike has a "few mods" done to it ::)
 

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Ctatyk said:
Yes, a stock 109 can do this.
Not on a nicely warmed up tire on a nice warm sunny day...but yeah...
I was leaving an event at about midnight in September and it was jacket weather, but not COLD by any stretch of the immagination. I lit it all the way through first, shifted, went through second, shifted and was on my way through third when I had to start slowing down as I was close to where I needed to turn. I could feel the back end walking, but by no means getting squirrelly at all!
This is definitely the most solid bike that I've ever ridden! It does everything except lay all the way over in a corner, and I only have about 1/4 of an inch of chicken strips on each side of my back tire!
Thanks Ctatyk ,

I was wonderin iffen ya had to be one of the in-crowd here to get a reply :D
 

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I was waiting for the owner to let ya know the details. :bigthumbsup:
 

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Ron S said:
I was waiting for the owner to let ya know the details. :bigthumbsup:
Ron,

I was just wonderin if a stock bike could smoke the tires
...at 62 (well soon) I ain't moddin mine, it's got waay enuf
power for me....commin from a Rauder :D

BUT..when I say "no moddin"....I need some freakin forwards !!!! :cus:
 

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I'm sure it can! :bigthumbsup: Mine will at 57,and I hope it still will at 65! :D
 

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NYRIDER said:
Well it time for a new rear tire.
A few more burn outs,and it will be! That's why we are looki'n at the car tires for the rear! :bigthumbsup:
 

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Yeah! That wasn't "MY" tire going up in smoke. :D
 

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Kev,
All the bike has done to it is a JSD and the rear plate in the muffler has been drilled and thats it ............... well so far ;)
 
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