DK's sumo

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DK's sumo

Post  dk0110 on Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:45 pm








My Sumo Pig

Stainless Pipes & Can, Mikuni flatslide, Electrosport stator, Vapor display, Talon hubs + Excel rims, Wavy disks front & rear, Cyclope with xenon H3's, alloy clutch protector, currently running 15/43 Sprockets as she's very rarely offroad

She's a stonking bike, takes off quicker than my other beast (1100 blackbird) and has made so many sportsbike riders look stupid on the roads round these parts :-)


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Post  mamacone on Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:16 pm

I am sure it opens some eyes, especially when you show up the next week with the knobby's and covered in dirt and it still handles impressively. Would like to ride one in the sumo mode.
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Re: DK's sumo

Post  dk0110 on Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:27 pm

Yup, have the knobblies in the shed running a 48-tooth sprocket - have to add/remove caliper brackets each time though as they've just standard disks but its not much hassle

Can't recommend those avon distenzia's enough for road running - they're just as sticky as the dunlop qualifiers i was using before them and they're really good for throwing her around flat out on twisty roads
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