That's cool, when I refer to "limits" I mean the point at which you should not be leaning the bike any further, safely.
As far as a gauge of those limits, the tires aren't it. When the chicken strips are gone, that means you have about 8-12* further to go. The tires will continue to flex further, well beyond the point which you're chicken strips are gone.
So, as you can tell you are close to getting you knee down yet you have MUCH more lean angle available. On an 07 600RR you can drag those stocker rear sets as well as your lowers before you reach your limits.
So my point was just that you don't want to get bad habits, people drag their knees all the time when they have no need to, this really just slows them down, maybe not much but when you are dealing with tenths of seconds every little bit helps.
Looking good though man, get back out there and keep it going!!! :D
I didn't have too many pics to chose from, so these may have not been the best examples of my performance. I still have a lot of inconsistencies in regards to position that I am trying to work on. I AM dragging in almost all of the turns at TWS depending on my speed. I'm not sure I will be pushing it another 8-10 degrees past my max lean now, which is definitely past 45 in some turns. That will be for the track bike when it happens, and when I start the Level 3 racing school.
Supposedly My PP2CTs have a max of 52-53, and I am pretty close to hitting that now. I have heard of some people dragging their stock pegs on my model bike, but I haven't yet. I chew up my toe-sliders pretty well each time I go so I am pretty close to scraping them. Rearsets or adjustable risers will be on of my next investments. At this point I am still working on seconds, not 1/10ths. I will have to shave off another 15 seconds at least before I can worry about that
Thanks again for the input.
Just a comparison of what I was refering to...
Thanks T, that's pretty much what I'm going for...definitely the "spider monkey" look. Not sure my old ass can still contort like that, but I'll be trying.
i can't wait to get to a track and the way you look out there being it's only your 3rd and 4th day is awesome.l
Thanks Newb, I'm trying. The rest of my TD's this season will be 2 day events, which IS the way to go. I have to take Mondays off afterward, but it's worth it. Once you start I highly recommend doubling up. You will advance MUCH quicker.