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    Default confession corner

    everyone knows that nobody is perfect...and neither is their machine...so in this thread you have to point out at least 2 problems about ur bike...common dont be shy..i'll start with mine

    BIKE: Modified 150cc Sports

    1. it has one of the worst power to weight ratio

    2. rear brake is horrible...

    3. light positioning is horrible...i cant see beyond 6-8 meters at night

    well those are about it...
    >>Time Doesnt Heal Wounds...A Kawasaki ZX-6R does <<

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    @hasan4u-You must be running lean or a choked carb.

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    agreed @loacalracer

    As per my observation deficiencies found in my current Bikes are as below,

    Honda CD70 1996

    Very poor milage at fullthrotle drive i.e. 32~35 Kmpl.

    SUZUKI GSX 750 1984

    Difficult to drive in slow traffic during extreme hot weather as the bike is totaly air cooled & u can feel the fire near ur legs & foots if jamm in traffic while summers.
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    ^^
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    thats why i prefer ferring
    >>Time Doesnt Heal Wounds...A Kawasaki ZX-6R does <<

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    @foosa

    But the feiring is not the solution for this problem
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    at lest it'll stop the heat going directly to your legs ...however increase the engine temp...so the solution lies in ... how to improve the cooling system
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    ^ Fairings are not a solution. On my FZR, if the coolant is filled to the full of reservoir tank, the seat tells you that something's hot down there :-), so to void that I keep the coolant just above the LOW mark.
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    so are you suggesting we should become MR FREEZE while riding our beloved air cooled bikes ?
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