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JohnBeaven

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That is pretty amazing. Any little slip up would be prety expensive too. It almost looks like his bags act as wheelie bars! eek.gif

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Paul Mihalka

I've seen him do the same things on F650 to K1200LT, some with a passenger! Amazing is right!

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Amazing indeed. I didn't know you can switch off the ABS on a 1200RT.

 

You can't, neither can you switch off the anti-stoppie software. I suspect he has simply connected pipes between the master cylinders and the callipers. I would not be surprised if the final drive had been swapped out for a lower ratio one (GS?). This is a professional stunt rider and bike mods are common in that field.

 

Andy

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I took my kids to see him live at Lime Rock racetrack a couple of years ago. Really neat. I was glad I wasn't "volunteered" to be his assistant for some of those stunts!

 

My pictures were hysterical: Empty frame, with a tiny blur of tail section at the very edge of the pictures. eek.gifdopeslap.gif

 

Luckily, he did an autograph session afterwards, and we got two autographed DVDs and a hat. thumbsup.gifgrin.gif

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Amazing indeed. I didn't know you can switch off the ABS on a 1200RT.

 

You can't, neither can you switch off the anti-stoppie software. I suspect he has simply connected pipes between the master cylinders and the callipers. I would not be surprised if the final drive had been swapped out for a lower ratio one (GS?). This is a professional stunt rider and bike mods are common in that field.

 

Andy

 

Andy, he's not fooling me. That's just an R6 with 12RT plastic on it.

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