ZX10R 2011 mini review

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Lozzo, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. Lozzo

    Lozzo Guest

    The traction control works if you give it too much of a handful out of
    a roundabout DAMHIKT, IJDOK

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    Lozzo
    Versys 650 Inter-Continental Hyperbolistic Missile , CBR600F-W racebike
    in the making, TS250C, RD400F (somewhere)
    BMW E46 318iSE (it's a car, not one of those 2-wheeled pieces of shite
    they churn out)
     
    Lozzo, Mar 27, 2011
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    mark Guest

    :D
     
    mark, Mar 27, 2011
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    zymurgy Guest

    Fecking hamfist ..

    Paul.
     
    zymurgy, Mar 29, 2011
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    Chas Guest

    You should buy one then. It sounds like it'd go a long way to replacing your
    lack of the necessary control.


    P.S.
    Please explain how you know it works, if it didn't go tits up how do you know
    you gave it too much?
     
    Chas, Apr 1, 2011
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  5. Lozzo

    Lozzo Guest

    You're a troll but I'll explain anyway. I leant the bike onto the
    unscrubbed side of the tyre. I thought the tyres had been scrubbed in
    but they weren't. I gave it less throttle than I would normally because
    the owner of the shop that owns it was following, but it was still too
    much for the unscrubbed tyre.

    I don't normally ride powerful sports bikes any more since I had a
    stroke that has affected my ability to cope with this sort of thing
    when it happens.
    There's a light on the dash that is very bright. It flashes at you when
    the TC cuts in and you can't really miss it even though it doesn't
    appear to be in line of sight. I know I gave it too much because the
    back end of the bike went very sideways on me then gripped again as the
    power was reduced by the ECU - all this before I had a chance to adjust
    my throttle position. You've obviously never had this happen or you
    wouldn't need to ask.

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    Lozzo
    Versys 650 Inter-Continental Hyperbolistic Missile , CBR600F-W racebike
    in the making, TS250C, RD400F (somewhere)
    BMW E46 318iSE (it's a car, not one of those 2-wheeled pieces of shite
    they churn out)
     
    Lozzo, Apr 1, 2011
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    ogden Guest

    Have Kawasaki engineered a bike that can turn a lowside into a highside?
     
    ogden, Apr 1, 2011
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    zymurgy Guest

    Duh, that's what the Hi-Lo switch does.

    Paul.
     
    zymurgy, Apr 1, 2011
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    Chas Guest

    I think the clique on UKRM are in very serious danger of starting to believe
    their own bullshit.

    What first alerted you to the presence of TC, was it the bright flashy light,
    the rear stepping out or the dealer?

    I heard a good phrase on here once that I use almost everyday, "verbal
    masturbation". You're havin' a wank with words aren't ya?
     
    Chas, Apr 1, 2011
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    ogden Guest

    And with that one word you lose any credibility you may have had.
     
    ogden, Apr 1, 2011
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    Chas Guest

    Normally I don't respond to sock puppets or sycophants but here goes anyways . .
    ..

    Nope, I'll stick to my self imposed rules.
     
    Chas, Apr 1, 2011
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    des Guest

    Yeah. Any **** knows it's capitalised.

    --
    des
    'It simply cannot be disputed that for decades, the Palestinian
    leadership was more interested in there not being a Jewish state, than
    in there being a Palestinian state'
    (Professor Alan M. Dershowitz (1938 - ))
    <http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/>
     
    des, Apr 1, 2011
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  12. Lozzo

    Lozzo Guest

    It doesn't kill the pwer completely in an instant, it backs it off
    slightly and gradually as it feels the change in wheels speed between
    front and rear. You can't flip the new ZX10R wheelying it, the TC
    reduces power as the front comes up so it will only go so far and it
    holds it there.

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    Lozzo
    Versys 650 Inter-Continental Hyperbolistic Missile , CBR600F-W racebike
    in the making, TS250C, RD400F (somewhere)
    BMW E46 318iSE (it's a car, not one of those 2-wheeled pieces of shite
    they churn out)
     
    Lozzo, Apr 1, 2011
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  13. lol
     
    steve auvache, Apr 1, 2011
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  14. Lozzo

    Lozzo Guest

    As I said earlier, you're a troll, a fucking poor one at that.


    **** off now, there's a good ****.



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    Lozzo
    Versys 650 Inter-Continental Hyperbolistic Missile , CBR600F-W racebike
    in the making, TS250C, RD400F (somewhere)
    BMW E46 318iSE (it's a car, not one of those 2-wheeled pieces of shite
    they churn out)
     
    Lozzo, Apr 1, 2011
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    Lozzo Guest

    Which was **** all in the first place

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    Lozzo
    Versys 650 Inter-Continental Hyperbolistic Missile , CBR600F-W racebike
    in the making, TS250C, RD400F (somewhere)
    BMW E46 318iSE (it's a car, not one of those 2-wheeled pieces of shite
    they churn out)
     
    Lozzo, Apr 1, 2011
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    Chas Guest

    Is this really you Lozzo? You haven't temporarily lent your ID to some other
    fukwitt have you?

    Only someone who's never ridden a bike in anger before could possibly believe in
    such utter bollox.
     
    Chas, Apr 1, 2011
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    petrolcan Guest

    But he does seem to be someone who knows the place.
     
    petrolcan, Apr 2, 2011
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    SIRPip Guest

    Duh, that would be a Lo-Hi, Shirley.

    The headlight flasher calls Aloha, OTOH.
     
    SIRPip, Apr 2, 2011
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    Tosspot Guest

    That's 'The Clique' to you mister...
     
    Tosspot, Apr 2, 2011
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    des Guest

    *sigh*

    --
    des
    'I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how
    it comes out'
    (Bill Hicks)
    <http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/>
     
    des, Apr 2, 2011
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