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wfowade 03-30-2003 03:10 PM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Get some highway pegs! That breeze blowing up your jeans will cool yo' jets for sure!



First Post!!!

MrDeadeye 03-30-2003 03:25 PM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Yes, highway pegs will look cool on a ZZR1200. Get a sissy bar too..

Rubcicube 03-30-2003 03:35 PM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
All tne large high hp bikes have this problem. My Blackbird does the same thing. It does get better after you put some miles on the bike.


RonXX 03-30-2003 03:38 PM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Wear long pants. You could try putting some sort of heat shield material on the frame too.

Haru 03-30-2003 05:56 PM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
my zx-12R cooks my legs in slow speed riding, and immediately after I move off after running slow for a bit. but consistent airflow through the radiator (i.e. enough speed) prevents this.....

CybeR1 03-30-2003 07:38 PM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Stop being a wimp and go faster to cool down

grubz916 03-31-2003 02:20 AM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Don't forget apehangers to direct cooling air down your sleeves and shirt. Might work better if you loosen your belt too.

seruzawa 03-31-2003 03:52 AM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
More HP = More heat.



The only real solution is to go with a lower HP bike. Try KPaul's Ninja.

Alaskan18724 03-31-2003 04:22 AM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Big problem these days. The only practical solutions are presented by the Royal Enfield Bullet, the Honda Ruckus, and anything Ural.

pushrod 03-31-2003 04:37 AM

Re: ZZR1200 Heater
 
Get some aluminized leg chaps (and be sure to get the matching arm chaps).


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