Wouldn't it be easier to stunt on a liter bike? I'm pretty clueless when it comes to stunting.You can stunt with the Z, but there is a reason why the pros use the smaller 600 class bikes, usually older zx6-r's or cbrf4i's. It's because they are light! And parts are easier to come by.
Not necessarily..... You may notice that dedicated stuntbikes are usually setup with reeeeaaaaallllly big sprockets, making even underpowered machines (not that the typical 600cc supersport is underpowered) able to clutch-up or roll-on easily. Conversely, literbikes these days are geared pretty tall from the factory, such that getting one up in stock form is pretty hard without some speed involved. Not ideal for the constraints of space-limited stunt spots. Of course it's just as easy to gear-down a literbike, but the extra power is unnecessary and the extra weight of the bigger motor is harder to swing around. This is what I've seen and heard from my friends who stunt, not my own experience so take it FWIW.Wouldn't it be easier to stunt on a liter bike? I'm pretty clueless when it comes to stunting.
Thank you!ccasion: Disregard the fact that the pipe is missing in the pic lol just hadn't put it back on yet when i took that pic. (stubbed Arata)chili88gt that z looks sweet in white. really like it :+1: