How have you made your GTS go quicker?
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Damn, i'm falling in love for this bike :
This will be my next toy, when i've the money
ps. : the title maybe must be GTS1000 chassis + R1 engine
God bless James Parker !
1998 GTS1000A Blue
1998 GTS1000A Blue
24c wrote:Read the article SteveWP it's obvious in a non Steve sorta way
Cheeky. I know what it says, but nevertheless, there's nothing in any of that swingarm, shock or rod mounting that allows for any turning.
If they ever actually build it (or just a prototype) I'd really like to take a look, cos if it really will look like that, I want to know how the hell they do it!!
24c wrote:Go to http://www.tonyfoale.com Tony Foale's website
Thanks I enjoyed all the info and pics available on the site. I wasn't familiar with Mr. Foale. I wish his site listed specs for the various bikes. I'm curious how much a QL or Q2 weighs.
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heinlein wrote: I'm curious how much a QL or Q2 weighs.
well you can always email him and ask, he lives in Spain at the moment IIRC, and then there is this rascal for you to look at...
I've just started riding the GTS again, and it'll be changing
I had tried to e-mail him; but for some reason I keep getting error messages. Here's another interesting site: http://www.allamericanracers.com/alliga ... rides.html
stevewp wrote:If they ever actually build it (or just a prototype) I'd really like to take a look, cos if it really will look like that, I want to know how the hell they do it!!
I think you will like it. if dont know it yet, im pulling up this old post.
Since u asked for run prototypes, its Omega frame, but not yamaha...
I rly love this bike for sometime...
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