Good GT track video

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Good GT track video

Post by akarmire » Fri May 25, 2018 2:55 am

https://youtu.be/lJ2KHezWBjs

This is the only video I've seen that someone has actually been holding a good pace with the GT, most others are kinda pussyfooting around.

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Re: Good GT track video

Post by dukebadboy » Fri May 25, 2018 8:52 am

Nice video indeed!

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Re: Good GT track video

Post by mick shere » Thu May 31, 2018 8:12 pm

Loved it! Good find :D

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Re: Good GT track video

Post by akarmire » Thu May 31, 2018 10:08 pm

Well I got to see what the GT was all about Saturday when I took her to the track.... First I will tell you my worries before going. 1. Is the traction control going to intervene horribly
2. If the traction control is off is it going to wheelie everywhere.
3. Is the suspension going to.... well suck ass in this environment.

I ran Michelin Power cup evo's with preload on 1 rider with baggage and dampening on sport with the traction control on and must say I can't freaking believe how good it did! Since the RPM's are so high it never wheelied more than a couple of inches, I literally never saw the traction control light even flash and the suspension never missed a beat. I felt like I was cheating because of the amount of torque it had to pull out of corners.

Long story short don't be scared to take it to the track, it's a blast.ImageImageImage

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