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not 1 pipe to destroy in the eventual getoff, but 2!!!

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not 1 pipe to destroy in the eventual getoff, but 2!!!
I wouldn't worry about it. You have to cartwheel a supermoto to destroy an exhaust can. True story.

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Doesn't the extra can add considerable weight though? I mean considerable in SuperMoto terms where an extra couple pounds is >1% of the total weight.

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I'm an SM noob, but are the chains usually strung that tight? Or is there some sort of tensioning device that's doing that intentionally? I assume the guy who built that up knew what he was doing, I'm just tryin' to learn sumpin here.

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I'm an SM noob, but are the chains usually strung that tight? Or is there some sort of tensioning device that's doing that intentionally? I assume the guy who built that up knew what he was doing, I'm just tryin' to learn sumpin here.
Not normally, no. But, it looks like a new bike build, and a non-o-ring chain. So, once he actually rides the thing, it'll stretch a fair amount.
When I install a new chain on the SMR, initially I leave it somewhat tight because I know a few lap in, it'll be about right.

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I'm an SM noob, but are the chains usually strung that tight? Or is there some sort of tensioning device that's doing that intentionally? I assume the guy who built that up knew what he was doing, I'm just tryin' to learn sumpin here.
Its on a stand, and the suspension is fully unsprung.

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Sweet! I would love to have a SM to bop around the neighborhood and get in trouble on.

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Oooooooooooooooooooh

Those are carbon fiber cans, not much weight added on the 2nd
There is so much to like on that bike starting with the Rims

Very Niiice

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That's completely awesome.
Thanks, now I miss my motard
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I like it. Should have kept my DRZ.

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I would love to scrape the rear fender right off that thing... mmmmm

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If i ever get rid of my sport bike I'm going to try a motard. I wish I could turn my yz into a legal motard to zip around on.

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If i ever get rid of my sport bike I'm going to try a motard. I wish I could turn my yz into a legal motard to zip around on.
Street motards are tickets just waiting to happen... TRUST ME! Fun as hell though

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Street motards are tickets just waiting to happen... TRUST ME! Fun as hell though
You could always cut through yards and shit to get away though

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If i ever get rid of my sport bike I'm going to try a motard. I wish I could turn my yz into a legal motard to zip around on.
Way more fun than sportbikes on the street. I miss my 610.

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Riding a motard on the street feels like it should be illegal... even before ya start breaking laws!!! You look at everything as an urban offroad obstacle.... power corrupts

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Riding a motard on the street feels like it should be illegal... even before ya start breaking laws!!! You look at everything as an urban offroad obstacle.... power corrupts
sounds pretty accurate

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