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Ok well dumb question I got rid of my chicken strips on the back tire but seems theres huge ones on the front tire still..... why and how do you get rid of them
 

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can't get chicken strips off the front tires. like bernie says chicken strips are a sign of intelligence. And trust me if you are not road smart then you end up looking like a chicken strip
 

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if you really want to do something about them, without being a total poser about it, do a trackday.
 

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Yeah? how will that make any difference ?
Theres huge lines on the fronts but the backs are gone

I mean Im riding a VTR here lol
 

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Yeah? how will that make any difference ?
Theres huge lines on the fronts but the backs are gone

I mean Im riding a VTR here lol
you may not get rid of them entirely, but you'll use the tires as much as you possibly can on the track VS. the street.

it's the heavy braking and braking in the turns that'll use more of the fronts
 

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you get rid of them by riding so fucking hard that the forks fucking flex...LOL (just don't do that on the street if you would like to live)
 

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Use a belt sander. After I did mine, people were like "DAAAAMMMNNNN you can ride! Teach me how to ride as well as you do." Ever since, I get so many chicks my nuts are constantly drained. Just show them your front tire and they'll be impressed. Trust me.
 

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My first thought was to respond like skroonk.
Seriously, the calibre of a rider is not judged with a caliper on the "chicken strips."
Some around the coffee shop say it is.
Some around a coffee shop about 2750 miles away from home say it is.

It isn't.

Ride, and forget about insignificant things like chicken strips.
 

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My first thought was to respond like skroonk.
Seriously, the calibre of a rider is not judged with a caliper on the "chicken strips."
Some around the coffee shop say it is.
Some around a coffee shop about 2750 miles away from home say it is.

It isn't.

Ride, and forget about insignificant things like chicken strips.

+1 ^.....................
 

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Get a grinder with a nice flapper wheel and go to town on the front tire...:rockon Nobody will ever know:evilgrin :devillook
 

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perfectly Normal .... I have 0 on my back tyre and large ones on my front ...

Means you're riding right ; )
 

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Yeah? how will that make any difference ?
Theres huge lines on the fronts but the backs are gone

I mean Im riding a VTR here lol
I ride a ninja 250 and my chicken strips are to the edge b/c of Track Day, both front and rear tires.

The hard braking and rapid acceleration really work up your tires. When I say hard I mean like 10 times harder than what you normally do on the streets.
 
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