Prova Tg2Motori della nuova Yamaha R6 – 2008.
Yamaha YZF R6 ’05 – Prova al Banco con Fiammate!
Prova al banco Dynojet di Tumino Moto per la Yamaha YZF R6 ’05 di NinOne… con fiammate!! Circuito di Racalmuto 01/12/2007
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Una volta un ragazzo mi ha chiesto se occorre usare della benzina!
Allora ecco i piccoli passi per la rimozione:
- Non utilizzare utensili appuntiti! (farsi crescere le unghie oppure chiamare una donna 🙂 )
- Prendere un phon
- accederlo e direzionare il getto di aria verso l’adesivo
- attendere una manciata di secondi (molto dipende dalla tenacità della colla) cominciare la prima rimozione con l’unghia.
- alternare il getto di aria calda del phon con delle piccole tirate dell’adesivo.
- dopo aver rimosso definitivamente l’adesivo utilizzare dell’alcool e del cotone per la finitura.
Spero che questi piccoli passi siano di grande aiuto per evitare di fare delle pecionate!
Guardatevi questo tipo quanto è accessoriato yamaha r6!
Vestito di tutto punto sembra però un pochino ridicolo…. non a caso un buon numero di utenti su youtube lo hanno preso in giro!
Yamaha has launched the new 2008 Yamaha YZF-R6 at the Paris show and given it a complete workover despite the motorcycle looking pretty similar to the current.
Yamaha R6 gets a new frame and swingarm, reworked 599cc engine, new slipper clutch, improved front brakes and more aerodynamic bodywork.
Eccovi il video:
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Ecco uno splendido test drive della nostra nuova yamaha r6 2008.
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This is the moment Valentino Rossi crashed out of Sunday’s German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring – handing title rival Casey Stoner an increased 32 point lead, despite the Australian limping home in fifth place after tyre problems.
Rossi suffered his first DNF of the season when he lost the front of his Fiat Yamaha moments after lunging inside a hard-to-pass Randy de Puniet for sixth position, on lap five of 30.
More pictures of the former five-times MotoGP world champion’s rare mistake can be seen below.
While a downbeat Rossi made his way back to the pits, Dani Pedrosa won his first race of the season, ahead of Loris Capirossi and Nicky Hayden.
Valentino Rossi’s 2007 title aspirations took a dent on Sunday at the Sachsenring, when the Italian suffered his first non-score of the season after falling from his Fiat Yamaha.
Rossi started from sixth on the grid, slipped to ninth at turn one, then passed Shinya Nakano and Alex Barros to reach the rear of Randy de Puniet’s Kawasaki by lap 3 of 30.
The Italian initially struggled to find a way around the ZX-RR rider, before making a creative lunge through a long low-speed right hander on lap five. Whilst Rossi made the pass stick, he fell just seconds later when he lost the front of his M1 as he tried to complete the turn.
“Unfortunately I made a mistake today and I want to say sorry to everyone – my team, Yamaha and of course all my fans,” said a downbeat Rossi. “I lost some places at the start and had to wait a lap before I could start to push, but everything was feeling very good.
“Getting past de Puniet was hard because in the part of the track where it’s best to overtake he was very fast. Finally I made my move and I made a great pass but I made a mistake and lost the front,” he confirmed.
To make matters worse, Casey Stoner’s late race tyre problems meant that the Italian could have gained valuable ground on the young Australian. Stoner began the event 21 points ahead of Rossi, but left Germany 32 points clear – despite limping home in fifth position, his joint worse finish of the year.
“I’m so disappointed because today our package was working very well and we missed the chance to make up a lot of points on Stoner,” stated former five times MotoGP world champion Rossi. “We know from Pedrosa and Colin [Edwards’] performance that the Michelin tyres worked well until the end and I’m sad that we weren’t there to fight.
“Luckily Stoner was only fifth so the points situation is not as bad as it could have been. I’m very glad we only have seven days until the next race because right now I’m feeling quite bad, but very determined for America!” he concluded, referring to next weekend’s US Grand Prix at Laguna Seca, the last event before the MotoGP summer break.