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11-24-2009 09:25 AM
beowulf2k There was an excellent write up on Sport Rider regarding the Bazazz.

Check it out.

Ducati 1098R And Honda CBR1000R - Sport Rider Magazine
11-24-2009 08:19 AM
dsmgixxer maybe if i had the money and i had all the other mods.
11-23-2009 10:07 PM
Bpro We ran it on both bikes this year. 09 GSXR600 and 09 R6. I love the thing. Definitely spring for the Z-AFM Air Fuel Mapping Kit Option as this make tuning the bike for a specif track/fuel/weather condition very easy. Once you understand how to manipulate the system its easy to use the auto map to get very close to the optimal setting for the day and fine tune from there to add or mute throttle response. We often run different fuels in the Saturday practice and solo20 races (pump) than we do in the Sunday sprints (VP MR9) and the bazzazz allows us to easily adjust the mapping to suit in 1 or at most 2 Sunday practice sessions.

The quick shifter works well once dialed in and is also a must for a serious track bike.

On our bikes we generally run the traction control at the minimum setting, and to be honest its really not necessary on a 600.
11-23-2009 07:58 PM
silent_R1 ^^^^
11-23-2009 07:19 PM
zmeiaspas piitb
11-23-2009 06:03 PM
smashbox
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Originally Posted by NattyDrez View Post
Simple solution. Learn how to put together, roast, and eat them.
first you take the gram, you put the chocolate on the gram. thenn you roast the mallow.. when the mallow is flaming, thennn you stuff.. -ham porter: The Sandlot
11-22-2009 03:38 PM
NattyDrez
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So messy, you get melted shmello on your fingers and clothes you're not getting it off till you get some plumbing and soap.
Simple solution. Learn how to put together, roast, and eat them.
11-22-2009 12:43 PM
Unconnected So messy, you get melted shmello on your fingers and clothes you're not getting it off till you get some plumbing and soap.
11-22-2009 11:54 AM
R1100S-Rider
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I personally never understood the popularity of smores. Sure its a nice excuse to huddle around a fire, but lets be real, they are better kept separate from chocolate and graham crackers.
+1000
11-22-2009 06:34 AM
ZxHunteR I personally never understood the popularity of smores. Sure its a nice excuse to huddle around a fire, but lets be real, they are better kept separate from chocolate and graham crackers.
11-22-2009 06:15 AM
binx_19
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I have no experience with it,
+1

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but will say ride without it
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and I also like smores.
+1000000
11-21-2009 09:39 PM
NattyDrez I have no experience with it, but will say ride without it and I also like smores.
11-21-2009 09:30 PM
silent_R1 I have to agree with R1000S. It may be a nice feature to have, but in all reality, I would like to have one, but I will do myself worlds better to learn to ride better.

However, just like anything else, if you have the $$ and nothing else to spend it on, then go for it. It's not coming out of my pocket. I would rather spend the dough on an additional track day. Just my 0.02
11-21-2009 08:47 PM
R1100S-Rider Do Not Get It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I Repeat, Do Not Get It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stay Away From It Like The Plague!


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go without it and learn to ride without it
+1 The best traction control, is your hand. Unless you have the pockets of WSB/MotoGP teams, it's worthless. Really, there is no need for it.
11-21-2009 08:43 PM
akjitsu I have it on my 07 ZX6R. Very handy. Especially when you're as old as I am with the attendant reflex speed. It's easy to scale the intrusiveness on the fly. Darned good to have when the track surface is cold and so are your tires.

I'm pretty sure it will pay for itself in rear tire wear pretty quickly. The lack of wear wear at the edges (with the same lap times) is downright remarkable.
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