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Micron MotoGP Exhaust

Discussion in 'Biker's Cafe' started by sunama, Apr 11, 2009.

  1. Voltjunkie


    Joined: Apr 9, 2009

    Posts: 718

    It's pretty much as Flukester says. If the gearbox is under no additional load, i.e. you're not accelerating or decelerating, a small amount of upward pressure (barely any) will allow the next gear to engage by quickly rolling off the throttle.

    There is no strain on the gearbox whatsoever and it provides an extremely smooth and quick shift.

    Clutchless down-shifts can be done but I would recommend you don't bother. It can be painful.
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2009
  2. BoroRob_UK


    Joined: Nov 16, 2009

    Posts: 279

    Location: Middlesbrough, UK

    The CBR 125 has to be the weakest 125 available? Why opt for one of these? RS Fastest but unreliable.. NSR125 is the one to go for.

    Dont just base it on looks!

    P.S - My dad has that very exhaust on his Fazer 1000 2008 model.. Its not as loud compared to the usual carbon end cans. Nowhere near - On a 125 id be suprised it even makes a noise.. rofl
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2010
  3. PieEater


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 3,681

    Location: Devon

    Holy thread revival Batman !!!!
  4. sunama


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 15,968

    Location: NW London

    This is indeed a VERY old thread of mine.

    What I was looking for was a reliable 4 stroke 125cc bike. I believe the CBR125 is the fastest of these. All the other 4 strokers are either VERY expensive or are slower.
  5. lmfy2k


    Joined: Feb 12, 2004

    Posts: 6,795

    Location: Manchester

    what did you go for in the end mate?
  6. sunama


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 15,968

    Location: NW London

    CBR125. The bike whose picture I posted in the opening post of this thread.

    The micron GP exhaust was not a problem during the MOT, which the bike passed with no problems.
  7. Mucky_Pup


    Joined: Jul 21, 2008

    Posts: 4,686

    Location: Hebburn

    CBR was way too small for me in the end, would of been uncomfortable for me to ride, lol.
  8. sunama


    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 15,968

    Location: NW London

    I do find that it is a small bike. Its a beginners bike, to give the rider road experience.

    Personally though, having seen the really large bikes the smaller ones, I prefer the smaller ones. The closer my head is to the ground, the better.