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ive been looking at old vids from b4 we got our bikes
i guess anyone could strap the front end down and have their way with it
but too actually ride one on boost on the street
well i think you all know what im saying
the ability to control this bike is not for the meek
its like trying to lift 50 lbs when your dealing with a 500 lb pull
it needs a more robust return spring on the throttle
to be on boost in a corner and hit a bump wilst haveing to manage throttle control could become unmanageable in a big hurry
more so when in first
my 2 cents worth says we need a stronger spring for the throttle return
 

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ive been looking at old vids from b4 we got our bikes
i guess anyone could strap the front end down and have their way with it
but too actually ride one on boost on the street
well i think you all know what im saying
the ability to control this bike is not for the meek
its like trying to lift 50 lbs when your dealing with a 500 lb pull
it needs a more robust return spring on the throttle
to be on boost in a corner and hit a bump wilst haveing to manage throttle control could become unmanageable in a big hurry
more so when in first
my 2 cents worth says we need a stronger spring for the throttle return
I thought someone had mentioned the issue could be fixed by getting rid of cable slack?
 

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With it being such a powerful bike you had to expect it to take some strength to control. Any chance you know what thread this solution was mentioned in @Nessuno?
 
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