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You sir, are insane!!!





Nah I just like to go fast...

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Nah I just like to go fast...
LMAO!

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indeed..... indeed. Dude over 200HP at the wheel, thats going to be interesting going up against a liter bike. Have you done that yet and what was the outcome? Love this fkn thread!!!!!

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I know some of you are gonna hate me... here it is with a 6 inch stretch

SICK....SICK.....SICK..... great job with the stretch and the rest of your setup, very clean and really low key IMO. Sure to catch some gsxr guys off guard lol

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SICK....SICK.....SICK..... great job with the stretch and the rest of your setup, very clean and really low key IMO. Sure to catch some gsxr guys off guard lol
Thanks Man, Im very happy with it. I have yet to face any 1000's on the street
only a couple stock 600's... not even a race lol. I was running a GSXR 1000 with a pipe and a tune at the track this past weekend. He took me to 60 ft but after that it was game over for him... The GSXR only hit 139mph, and the Triumph was hitting 160 lol

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I know some of you are gonna hate me... here it is with a 6 inch stretch
I'm pretty sure we all agree you and the guy who built the turbo 675 both get free passes if you want to stretch your bike, haha. As others have said though, I would be VERY wary about the added torque on the swingarm that an extension like that would cause.

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I'm pretty sure we all agree you and the guy who built the turbo 675 both get free passes if you want to stretch your bike, haha. As others have said though, I would be VERY wary about the added torque on the swingarm that an extension like that would cause.
yeah the extensions are a necessity to keep the front end down, especially in
second and third gear lol.
I've made about 30 passes down the 1/4 mile and 400 miles on the street with the extensions so far. The swing arm seems to be holding up pretty good.

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I know some of you are gonna hate me... here it is with a 6 inch stretch
I don't care hate all you guys want but this bike looks ****ing tits!!!

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You're a bloody animal mate

That bike is an absolute beast!!! Well done

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You ever crack 8s before the end of the season?
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