fireblade freak· Registered
Everything you mentioned is a whole lot less dangerous than NOS and it's a great way to improve the 1000s :thumb: . I'm not hating on NOS, I think it's a great buy if it's for a track bike/car :thumb: . I'm no angel when it comes to speed, I take advantage here and there of my 1k on open highways :thumb:. Once again, im just giving my opinion on NOS even though it's not needed :twocents: . I seen Torque, my favorite part was when they managed to get inside the train with their bikes :clap:According to your train of thought then, the following is also true:
No offence guys, but most tuning shops aren't looking out for your best interest when they sell you ANY AFTERMARKET PERFORMANCE EQUIPMENT including high performance tires, exhaust systems, fuel mapping devices, light weight bodywork etc.