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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-09-2002, 04:58 PM
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flipped XR in 4th gear, check out pics

riding wheelies in the road, i usually go from like 2nd to 5th, and well...i was in 4th and ya know, just came back a little too far, went for the brake but it was too late, i did the whole slide off the back and try to run with it, but it didn't work[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]. owell. check out the pics
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foot peg, has a little pavement jammed up in their [img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]. In that last pic of the seat you can really see how the frame was bent...or was it??
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my bro had flipped it like two years ago when he owned it (now..i usually bring this thing over backwards in like 2nd or 3rd and hop off and run behind it, no big deal...but i had to let it go in 4th...) and dam flipped it in 2nd and it had bent the frame a bit...and we never tried to get it bent back...when it flipped in 4th the silencer hit and just jacked the frame...i thought it was bent, but i took the butt of an ax and slammed it on the right side of the seat where it was jacked up and it went straight...too easily for my likings...so i popped the seat...and found this. remember when i said it bent the frame, or did it??? well...take a look.
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if u couldn't tell that was the part of the frame that encloses the airbox...and off to the left of the big big crack, u can see another little one....damn bike. This pic is the end result.
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cool! i always feel a sense of pride after destroying a part on my bike due to crashing...although it costs money to fix its always reashuring that i can ride crazy enough to destroy a hard metal object
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hahaha.
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What....... no pic's of your boo-bo's?
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dude...no scratches or bruises, i dind't even hit the ground, i slid off the back and ran behind it but couldn't keep up so i let go of it...[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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wow xr200s must not go very fast in 4th gear..
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hahahahhahaha, to me a while but got it
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