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Neither Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox ask me to accept the unsecure info. Only Internet Exploder does. Anyone else have this problem or know how to fix it? Pain in the ass to surf here and remember when I’m done posting a long reply that I need to go back, open it in Exploder, and copy paste lol
But I don’t get this site or how it works? If anyone can help let me know.
I checked “My Account” and it looks like it’s Approved and uncategorized, and I can’t even find a link to the article. I spent a long time writting it to, what a pain in the ass! lol
If anyone can help, let me know.
I have some performance specs on these bikes (0-60 mph, 1/4 mile, braking speed, mpg, and more, for the CBR, Ninja, and GT, at http://ourlittleadventures.com/best-250cc-beginner-motorcycle-honda-cbr-250r-vs-kawasaki-ninja-250r-vs-hyosung-gt-250.html
after trying two different browsers and some playing around i finally got this working on internet exploder but don’t ask me how…
this captcha thing is to verify you’re human and not a bot posting spam… its the random words you gotta type in… the site was asking me for it but not showing me the words, kind of a catch22, and yeah, there’s a LOT of beauty in simplicity.
I’m a Venox owner. 25k km on mine so far, or about 15k miles in 2 years. Just replaced the tires with Metzelers. The bike was omfg-wow before, but it just got so much better.
Here’s the review I wrote after 10k km:
I could probably write a whole new one about the 15k km ever since, filled with stories of her always getting me home no matter the weather and how much hell I put her through. Great bike, quality is on par with all the japanese bikes, and outmuscles all the japanese cruisers that’s for sure.
PS: redline is like 12k rpm, I think someone mentioned that, and yes, the powerband is excellent and the bike is really smooth. In North America we only get the carburettor version, elsewhere they get the FI. As long as you make sure your carbs are clean (I run some carb cleaner every once in a while as a precaution) and your throttle doesn’t have a lot of free play the bike is always responsive all round.
I’ve probably put easily over $1k into the bike:
The stock H4 headlight does a great job but I added a lightbar to be extra safe.
There are aftermarket exhaust pipes available but I like the stock ones so I modified them to let out a little more noise without effecting backpressure.
I added a sissy bar and a luggage rack.
I’ve added a 12V charger / cigarette lighter and a RAM mount for my GPS.
Modified the gearing to something more aggressive which actually improves top end as well as the bike comes geared a little too tall.
Does an indicated 155 km/hr… which is 147 km/hr verified on my GPS as all motorcycle speedos are off.
If you’ve got any questions let me know! My site has lots of Venox info so check that out too.