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Driftpocalypse!!

Have you seen it? I thought it was pretty awesome. There's stretched bikes so I know people are gonna flame about but it's still badass.


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I though it was cool i saw one of these types of videos before.

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You can't flame about it when the stretch is actually functional! That's like flaming a functional hood scoop on a Subaru lol

This is ******* awesome and must take incredible skill to learn to do that.


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theyre drifters, there bikes are stretched for that exact reason, those bikes are also turboed so the stretch is there for another reason. No reason to flame something that has purpose. Now a stock 600 strectched with no power except stock is grounds for flaming. this video is the third one icon released. all three of them are good.

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You can't flame about it when the stretch is actually functional!
I don't flame riders with stretched bike no matter what, it's called freedom of choice.

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That's bad freaking ass. I love videos like that.

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Def a sweet video, that biggy was bada$$...


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theyre drifters, there bikes are stretched for that exact reason, those bikes are also turboed so the stretch is there for another reason. No reason to flame something that has purpose. Now a stock 600 strectched with no power except stock is grounds for flaming. this video is the third one icon released. all three of them are good.
Yeah when I saw the turbos on them I immediately thought of Nycvr6's thread about building the turbo 600rr. I would love love love to have a bike like that.. Hey they were wearing their gear too!

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I think it would be interesting trying to see high speed drifting without extended swing arms. It was still cool though. Those bikes are probably making so much power that all they need to do is really introduce some throttle and the rear wheel starts spinning.
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I think it would be interesting trying to see high speed drifting without extended swing arms. It was still cool though. Those bikes are probably making so much power that all they need to do is really introduce some throttle and the rear wheel starts spinning.
You should try it and take a video 👍


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I'd love to be able to drift a bike like that!


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Love these videos. This one was the best by far though.


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Sweet video! I love these drift videos from Icon. Here's another drift video you guys might like:
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Good video! Enjoyed it.

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Sweet video! I love these drift videos from Icon. Here's another drift video you guys might like:
http://youtu.be/XEufRevgAjw
Damn, now that's talent!

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No thanks, I don't like stunting. I'm more interested in riding a bike the way it was meant to be ridden without extended swing arms and excessive power that can't actually be utilized for anything else efficiently for its original purpose. Trying to "drift" with the stock wheelbase into corners at those speeds combined with the countering fork direction would likely result in a high side anyways.
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No thanks, I don't like stunting. I'm more interested in riding a bike the way it was meant to be ridden without extended swing arms and excessive power that can't actually be utilized for anything else efficiently for its original purpose.
Those bikes were built to be ridden like that, that was their original purpose. Saying you're more interested in riding a bike the way it is meant to be ridden seems counterintuitive. Thats like saying a mountain sled with an extended track and wider ski's isn't designed to be ridden in the backcountry.
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Cool and fun video to watch but, Supersport bikes are not made to be drifted. Go by a JDM sports car for drifting like an s2k.
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Your reading comprehension = MONUMENTAL FAIL.

I never said supersports were built to be drifted, I said "those" bikes, as in the two in the video, were built and modified specifically for that purpose.
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Those bikes were built to be ridden like that, that was their original purpose. Saying you're more interested in riding a bike the way it is meant to be ridden seems counterintuitive. Thats like saying a mountain sled with an extended track and wider ski's isn't designed to be ridden in the backcountry.
What are you talking about?

I was referring to leaving my own bike alone and riding it as it was designed to without the use of swing arm extensions and turbos. That's what I'm interested in doing. I wasn't saying those bikes in the video weren't built to stunt and drift with. Thanks for your photo example though I guess...
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What are you talking about?

I was referring to leaving my own bike alone and riding it as it was designed to without the use of swing arm extensions and turbos. That's what I'm interested in doing. I wasn't saying those bikes in the video weren't built to stunt and drift with. Thanks for your photo example though I guess...
Well then...apparently my reading comprehension sucks too cause I never gathered you were referring to your bike. And don't deny the classy touch of my photo attachment. Pictures are the lifeblood of this forum

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