that guy on the blue banshee isnt that great at starts, he is hanging over the bars when he takes off. how does he expect to get any traction with all the weight in front?
ive never riden in the sand but i think it would suck to not have a helmet because if you got roosted you would get your hair nose eyes mouth and ears full of sand, that is my educated guess. or if you rolled and didnt crack your skull you would be sandy cause ive raced on sandy tracks in M.N. and crashed and even with my helmet on i was eating sand.
So you feel that 2 more teeth on back(+ the 13 tooth on front) will get it where it needs to be for 20" paddles? Has anyone found a rear sprocket for the LTR yet? Im going to use 20" 7 paddle haulers for drags and 20" I razrs for the trails so I need a rear sprocket ASAP.
This is in response to [email protected], since you have never ridden in the sand, it's a little different than the track.. the paddles grab way better.. amost always causing the front end to come up.. although I've never seen it done on a shee cuz of the soft bottom end they have.. On the 450's it's sometimes a must, espeicially with the stock swinger
That zuki, had the race at the start.. I hear that they are very good on the bottom but kinda fall flat up top.. good job either way and sweet pics
i start on cement slabs some times and brush off my spot, now that is alot of traction and i still sit centered up to gain traction. it is easy to flip backward but i get it down and really shoot outa the gates
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