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post #21 of 68 (permalink) Old 07-12-2003, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
ZX7R IS THE LIFE FOR ME!!!!
 
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7r's are the hottest bikes out there. My boy Nigel can wheelie his for blocks on 2nd gear
I haVE TO AGREE WITH YOU ON THAT ONE THE zx7r is one of the sweetest sportbikes out there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Get that knee out and make some sparks!!!
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he was pretty small..

In a standup, I gurantee I can bounce up 3rd on YOUR bike
I'm coming down there and makin you prove that!!! I wanna see it done!

Course I won't be able to, I'm to damn fat

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I haVE TO AGREE WITH YOU ON THAT ONE THE zx7r is one of the sweetest sportbikes out there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's why I have one too!!
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Jump I am gonna have to call bullshit here Scott Bruner aka 7rslider would wheelie the hell out of his mostly stock zx-7r he didn't even have an exhaust on it
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Jump I am gonna have to call bullshit here Scott Bruner aka 7rslider would wheelie the hell out of his mostly stock zx-7r he didn't even have an exhaust on it
What's "mostly" stock? Cosmetics or performance?
I'm just saying I've got to see it. Everyone I've ever talked to says the same thing. If someone gets my bike up, I'll believe it. Everyone who has tried has failed. (except for 1st gear clutching)
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I would not lie on the internet thats just stupid I could wheelie my zx7 in first on power all day without a pipe no problem ,I have seen guys do it in third like i said with no mods, it all comes down to timing and the bounce and obviously the weight of the rider. Anyways I I can bounce it up in second and it is not easy, and i know it is hard to belive but thats the truth.
Did you adjust the rebound setting? Someone get me a video!!! Video please!!!
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What's "mostly" stock? Cosmetics or performance?
I'm just saying I've got to see it. Everyone I've ever talked to says the same thing. If someone gets my bike up, I'll believe it. Everyone who has tried has failed. (except for 1st gear clutching)
Did you adjust the rebound setting? Someone get me a video!!! Video please!!!
I did set the rebound to a stiffer setting to get more of a rebound, i did do that

Get that knee out and make some sparks!!!
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I did set the rebound to a stiffer setting to get more of a rebound, i did do that
AH HA!!! The secret's out.
Sheeeet, now if I did that it might even get my fat ass up! But alas, I like the bike snug in the corners, so my suspension is staying where it's at
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What's "mostly" stock? Cosmetics or performance?
I'm just saying I've got to see it. Everyone I've ever talked to says the same thing. If someone gets my bike up, I'll believe it. Everyone who has tried has failed. (except for 1st gear clutching)
Did you adjust the rebound setting? Someone get me a video!!! Video please!!!
exhaust hanger no passenger pegs and rear sets
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If I make it up this weekend, he's gonna have to prove that. !!!
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If I make it up this weekend, he's gonna have to prove that. !!!
Hw aint got the 7r no more he traded it in on a real sport bike
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here is a small wheelie by Scot
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Damn Matt, I can do that too. That's a "weeee" though, not a wheelie.
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another small one he could pull way bigger ones
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just don't have pics of em
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And he's doing it coming over a rise in the road. That's damn near cheatin!!
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Jump give me a couple of days and i will show you a nice high wheelie on the 7 and it will be a second gear power wheelie too

Get that knee out and make some sparks!!!
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Jump give me a couple of days and i will show you a nice high wheelie on the 7 and it will be a second gear power wheelie too
Remember, it's got to be video with sound.
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argh, I wish I could get my hands on a stock 7......... gotta find someone that owns one
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When i had my 93 zx-7, i found that the balance point was very high. When i first started wheelieing that bike, all my friends used to tell me that the thing looked almost straight up and down. The trick i found was clutching it up to the balance point right away. I'm also pretty tall, and found it much easier to put my left foot on the passenger peg. Power wheelies are pretty hard to do on that bike if it is stock, IMO. Not saying that it cannot be done, but i think it's more work than it's actually worth. NAGS....those 1st gear wheelies are awesome....very nice.

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When i had my 93 zx-7, i found that the balance point was very high. When i first started wheelieing that bike, all my friends used to tell me that the thing looked almost straight up and down. The trick i found was clutching it up to the balance point right away. I'm also pretty tall, and found it much easier to put my left foot on the passenger peg. Power wheelies are pretty hard to do on that bike if it is stock, IMO. Not saying that it cannot be done, but i think it's more work than it's actually worth. NAGS....those 1st gear wheelies are awesome....very nice.
oh my god... i'm in love with your bike
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oh my god... i'm in love with your bike
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