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Kiwialfa
09-01-17, 01:14 PM
Apparently is stops Honda riders keeling over at the lights if they forget to but their feet down


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH60-R8MOKo

Shin-Ken 1074
09-01-17, 03:32 PM
FFS, get me a bucket! Too late, just spewed on the keyboard!

nige501
09-01-17, 05:37 PM
If I could get me dirt bike to do that up snotty hills I'm sold Hehe !!
How the Fk can it do that.

Nige

murf
09-01-17, 08:23 PM
Trials bikes will never be the same. Cheers Murf

darkside
09-01-17, 10:02 PM
How the Fk can it do that.

Electrickery,,,

ThomasJ
09-01-17, 10:22 PM
More things to go wrong and with this in a big way!

peteGSX
10-01-17, 06:40 AM
That is just all shades of wrongness... trust a Hoooonda!!!

83KAT
10-01-17, 09:18 AM
That's old school.....SUZUKI have developed a "TELEPATHIC" model or version......I somehow feel that I've helped with developing their prototype as I've wished the KAT through the odd corner at times....I've even shown a religious side when circumstances require all the help I can muster!

Shin-Ken 1074
10-01-17, 10:56 AM
That's old school.....SUZUKI have developed a "TELEPATHIC" model or version......I somehow feel that I've helped with developing their prototype as I've wished the KAT through the odd corner at times....I've even shown a religious side when circumstances require all the help I can muster!

Hahahahahahahahahahaha, great work there Ian, glad to see you were able to help them out with some of the prototype development.

Cheers mate.

Kiwialfa
10-01-17, 12:03 PM
That's old school.....SUZUKI have developed a "TELEPATHIC" model or version......I somehow feel that I've helped with developing their prototype as I've wished the KAT through the odd corner at times....I've even shown a religious side when circumstances require all the help I can muster!

Yes Ian, I've heard that this important psychic power has now been successfully measured by a device called the 'sphinctometer' which registers signal strength in both clench-lbs and kilo-blurts.

83KAT
10-01-17, 12:13 PM
...Darryl,.....This probably explains why the pain from the hammeroids always seemed to come and go......I didn't think for a minute their could be a reason....Thank you Doctor Darryl.....cheers Ian

Kiwialfa
10-01-17, 12:49 PM
I'm all about the science, Ian. And thanks for coming forward with your hemorrhoids. I think that as a mature group of riders, we all agree that bravery is more than just scraping things on the road.... Although I don't think even Marc Marquez has got his 'hems' down mid-corner AND achieved a successful exit...

nige501
10-01-17, 05:34 PM
I'm all about the science, Ian. And thanks for coming forward with your hemorrhoids. I think that as a mature group of riders, we all agree that bravery is more than just scraping things on the road.... Although I don't think even Marc Marquez has got his 'hems' down mid-corner AND achieved a successful exit...Hahha the modern day racers all relax now that is why they have the bubble on the back. No force pressure just let it go.

Nige

Rusty82
10-01-17, 05:59 PM
Fuck I just wanna run up and push it over when its following that chick through the building. Geez Id feel good then.....

Kiwialfa
10-01-17, 07:02 PM
I imagine if the Kat followed me around it wouldn't be so well behaved. I'd hope it'd drop a burnout and set the carpet on fire. Snarl a bit. That sort of thing.

pkay
11-01-17, 01:47 PM
Bored engineers creating boring things answering questions nobody asked.

Shin-Ken 1074
11-01-17, 05:19 PM
And it has drink holders.