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    Red Bull Ring with Rehm Race

    Excellent track, proper place for high power 1000cc engines. I found it easy to ride after Misano, you don't end up constantly at lean in high speed turns.

    Amazing scenery as it's located in the mountains. We had thunderstorms on Friday with surreal blend of mountains, lightning, while doing 250kph on slicks.

    Lots of Ducatis and new toys in general.







    Managed to do 1:37.5 in the end.

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    Re: Red Bull Ring with Rehm Race

    Livin' the dream Nice lap, seems really tall geared for that track?

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    Re: Red Bull Ring with Rehm Race

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Livin' the dream Nice lap, seems really tall geared for that track?
    I gave up on gearing and use 16-43 all over the place. Unless it's a short track like Cartagena, BM has enough pull if you're in right gear. The main point of this gearing is to prevent wheelies and make bike more stable out of slow corners.

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    This was on back of Dave C advise, as he runs his guy on same gearing in superstock on all tracks but one (I think Caswell).

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    Re: Red Bull Ring with Rehm Race

    Nice one BBB, looks awesome and a good flying lap.
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    Re: Red Bull Ring with Rehm Race

    Quote Originally Posted by bmwbadboy View Post
    I gave up on gearing and use 16-43 all over the place. Unless it's a short track like Cartagena, BM has enough pull if you're in right gear. The main point of this gearing is to prevent wheelies and make bike more stable out of slow corners.

    ps.
    This was on back of Dave C advise, as he runs his guy on same gearing in superstock on all tracks but one (I think Caswell).
    Yeah they set mine up the same

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    Re: Red Bull Ring with Rehm Race

    I really enjoyed this track. To start with I was not very excited as its a car track and mostly long straights and sharp second gear corners but once you get fast on it and find rhythm its super good. As said before @bmwbadboy your bike looks like its handling really well now.

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