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Old 30 July 2008, 10:08   #11
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my westfield is running on yokohama 205s at 18psi but its a v8 so probably about 30kilo heavier than a 4 cyl, certainly makes bikers stare when they are leaning hard on an island and you overtake them on the outside, it just seems to grip more when you apply more power, good fun when you can afford fuel for it
Awesome machines - and what a sound with the SEiGHT!!! Some great videos of them on Youtube running rings around the bikes at the Nurburgring.
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Old 31 July 2008, 20:34   #12
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Awesome machines - and what a sound with the SEiGHT!!! Some great videos of them on Youtube running rings around the bikes at the Nurburgring.
that will be some of the chaps from the seight list, they go every year, i would like to but i can never find the time or the cash to go, i went out for a spin in one of them while i was building mine, it was a 5.0 300 hp thing , it was really quick, i had to ask him to slow down a bit, and i am not usually a nervous passenger, the exhaust note was scaring pedestrians,
my little 3.5 is enough for me,
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