After watching dozens of vids and observe millions of pictures, suddenly I realize everybory touches the bike's passenger seat/tail with their arses while taking corners.
Maybe that's why I'm having trouble to reach more lean angle and attack a corner at higher speeds; my body position sucks!!!!!
Look at this pic: left is me @ a trackday. This is a high lean corner with knee down... and in my right is a forum mate (dont remember who is, but he made a thread about his trackbike).
Look how I'm way too forward, and cant even put my upper body down.
And our mate, touches the tail with his ass and, because of this, his upper body is very low and he accomplishes a very good bp.
Im a small guy so maybe I cant touch the rear seat and keep my outside knee in the tank... so, Ill try as back as possible.
Now look at those pics ive found in google images... all touches the tail with their asses:
And watch this example:
Well, its not a 100% good example because he lowsides, but I think the BP isnt the problem (throttle control maybe).
So, whats your thoughts about my "discovery"? Experienced riders please...
Im also following this BP while hard braking: http://www.sbkjapan.com/racerscorner...cornering.html
Alex Barros teached this to me in the school, but never said nothing about keeping as back as possible when leaning. Now makes sense only leaning chest and head, not sliding forward.