I read some posts on this forum for CBR250's once... man there was some wacky shit on itricho said:Gawd.
I'm trying not to judge duc owners.. I truely am.. but fuck me they make it difficult sometimes!!
In fairness though, the CBR250 is by and large bought by learners. It's intended purpose is to satisfy learner laws and getting people hooked onto Hondas. So learner ignorance is forgivable.Freddy Kruger said:what about some of the stuff weve had here?
True Drew. Girly's Monster is hard to get the kick stand out sometimes - but I think it just comes down to boots and kick stand position - but I get on with it and acknowledge it as a design fault and most likely the last thought of part in the design process.Drew said:Yeah, its a tough life, I mean on the 1098 the side stand is way up and under in the belly pan so you have to push the peg out of the way with your heel before you can get to it...
The monster isn't so bad, but the rear sets I just put on it make it a bit easier as well...
Just to clear things up because i have received numerous pm's. No that not me on the bike. No its not a real photo. Yes its photo shopped. It was originally a jet ski making the water wake/splash. :lol:freckle said:haha,i did notice the person who started the Ducati Posers thread has a pic of a Duc in his signature?
Yeah, the 1098 is like that as well, its actually a bit of a pain to park because you have to find ground thats leaning the right way. The m1100 sidestand is HEAPS better though, I think that the m1100 and the older monsters all have the same engine casting etc, so you might actually be able to get a 696/1100 sidestand and put that onto your GFs bike?koiom said:my gf's Monster 620's sidestand is a little bit more difficult to get to than most.
the angle it keeps the bike at is far too upright, it just looks unstable
fucked if i'd create a thread on a forum about it and my concerns though :lol: