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    any tips? cheers
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    Don't buy it for what you are buying it for - The speed!
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    At the end of the day, you can be as careful a driver as possible, but sometimes it's the people on the road (and even people off the road) that you have to worry about.
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    considering you are hayabusa i am guessing you want to go fast

    the best thing you can do is wear mega protective high end safety equipment and helmet

    i considered getting a low powered motorcycle to go to work in but if i had gone for proper safety gear it would have made it too much of a hassle everyday

    do not ride on it with just jeans on.
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    I mean, on my hayabusa, how do I get to 60mph (etc)...

    like, do I have to hold on real tight? need to build my wrist muscles or ill fall off? because 0-60 in 2.something seconds would be hard to hold onto and I'm scared for when I gas it on my test drive in 4 days
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    (Original post by hayabusa999)
    I mean, on my hayabusa, how do I get to 60mph (etc)...
    Start up, twist your wrist - it should hit 60 in near there in first, again you should get a smaller bike.
 
 
 
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