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zeus17

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  1. @hotfoot weight yes, http://www.motorstar.com.ph/products/xplorer-z150 Dimension L x W x H 2040 x 755 x 1045 Wheel Base 1330mm Min. Ground Clearance 170mm Net Weight 130kg the bike is mainly for road use,track is something that is every once in a while thing but i have not tried yet,plus the lack of someone to teach is one thing or atleast coach... the tires are mostly road tires not slicks, as for the vendor ,no information on the site, this is the tire http://fdrtire.com/product/view/2 Size Type Load Index Max Load (kg) Speed Symbol Max Speed (km/jam) Rim Width Overall Width (mm) Overall Diameter (mm 130/70-17 TL 62 265 S 180 2,75 ; 3,50 ; 3,75 129 618 nothing really recommended psi. and as far as tires sizes,the guy where i bought the tires suggested those sizes, ,i did not know this forum nor anything about bikes,still on the process of learning ,watching videos and reading articles,) @ktk_ace thanks for the link,,thou my rear suspension is adjustable i think,no one here seems to know how to fine tune it to my weight,still reading articles about that too...so i can DIY i guess,but front end is not. but the link is helpful,would you mind if i ask here again if i dont understand something? i would apologize in advance, we do have safety seminars here,in which i did attend but nothing as extensive as what i read about or even watch at keith"s twist of the wrist 2...... currently... from stock modifications made by the dealer was lowered the front 1 inch to accomodate my height, 5"4" and just the tires...
  2. hi,i am currently on another side of the world,where no superbike schools are present,maybe there are but way too expensive,so i was hoping to learn,actually already am learning a couple of things here and there.
  3. so this may have been asked a lot already,but for give me if i ask a very stupid question. i want to know how to compute the right tire pressure for my weight and suspension i guess. the tricky part is my bike is considered a small bike in your country ( i Live outside US),150cc,naked bike. i changed tires over to something bigger since my actual mags can ccomodate something big. here are a few details rider weight is 120-130ish pounds 150cc bike, 3.0 rear mags,with 130/70 tire 2.95 front mags with 100/90 tires any inputs will be appreciated. stock tires were 110/80 at the back and 90/90 in front,recommended psi are 33....
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