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    How can go deeper?? maximum banking/lean angle

    At the moment I am updating my Barkbusters parts.

    This picture has jumped into my eye.
    That's a really cool lean angle. The bar is scratching the sand.


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    more power, more speed... more angle. your tw270 might just be able to replicate that.
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    Jah, that's right

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    your tw270 might just be able to replicate that

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    1. Skinny taller wheels, 2. More power, 3. Higher pegs, 4. Higher skill level of rider,


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    My bars routinely contact the dirt like this, just a few hundredths of a second before the rest of me does !

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    Yeah, an effective powerslide requires that the back end hook up with decent power before gravity defeats momentum. I can remember practicing what seemed almost endlessly. When everything came together it was sweet. Otherwise it wasn't. A berm really helps in getting a cameratastic lean angle.
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    I used to do stuff like that back in the day. Until I got my foot between the bike and the dirt that twisted my leg around. Tended to stay a little more upright after that.
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    Yep, back in the day. Remember that style points required that the inside leg be extended way, way forward?

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    1) - he might not have made it after the pic was taken...just like some surf pics that ive seen...photographer did a great job of catching the shot, right before he eats it
    2) - that pic Borneo reminds me of "On Any Sunday." Which I saw in the theatres when I was just a yungin

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