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#1
I like to ride my Hayabusa alot Maybe its me but I must shift alot the transmission seems harder than my 1100 . Sometimes I cant downshift more than one gear without letting out the clutch . Heres a pic
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of my shoes notice the toeholeitis I am getting
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jwcfbd

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#2
You might want to look into a pair of steel toed boots. They'll save your big toe. It looks like you're almost through the shoe and then your toe is going to look like that, Ouch.
 
#3
I put on about 800 miles last weekend going to Canada and I went to Bar Harbor this weekend was a nice ride checked ot an old fort and stuff took my girlfriend with me this time she did some shopping still ended up with 230 miles on it this weekend I cant help it its a blast and Acadia on Mount Desert Island is a nice ride twisties all around the water woohoo
 
#7
I just sold my 02 Katana 600 to get my Busa...my Kat had 6400 miles on it and was 4 months old. I've had my Busa 4 days tomorrow morning and I had my 600 mile service this morning...you guys need to come to Texas...we ride down herr. :usa:
 

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Hank, I do the same thing 100 miles a day back and forth to work. But you got me me beat on the weekends. When I traded in my 600 I had about 31000 miles on it. I had it for just about 2 1/2 years. I thought that the mileage was going to hurt me but the salesman was impressed. He was glad to see someone that actually road his bike.
 
#10
I had about 32000 on my 750 and 62000 on my 1100 when I sold them I love to ride my Busa I have had for almost a year (in Maine thats 6 months riding time hehe) and I put 7200 miles on her . This is the most fun bike I have ever owned for sure
 

Big O

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Too much riding? I had 73k miles on my '93 GSXR 750 when I sold it and bought my '02 'Busa last October and I have 11k on it now. Too much fun maybe, or is that possible?
 
#14
OK maybe not to much riding but that damn shifter is going to wear my boot out hehe Has anyone heard of an Electric device that cuts the motor out for a second so you can speed shift better. My friend had one on his 1100 and it worked great you pull up on the shifter and it cut the ignition for a sec and it would go right in the other gear without letting off the throttle . Are they a bad idea have you seen them hurt anything etc good or bad ?????
 

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