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2nd June 2014 02:44 AM
G Steezy Cool pics, thanks for sharing.
31st May 2014 10:57 PM
Sebas More pics of the same day...
31st May 2014 10:43 PM
Sebas
Trackday in Jarama's Circuit (Spain) with my SV1SZ

Hello, international friends!
Two weeks ago I stayed in the Jarama Circuit (surely one of the bests circuits around the world ) with the sv1000s. I had stayed seven years ago with a GSR 600 but only three rounds, and a half of the time raining, so, is like the first time here.
There is a hard and difficult circuit. I enjoyed so much with the SV. It was tired to go fast each round, and in several moments in curve I didn't knew if I could go faster (because the bike can) without crash.
In the straight line, I was only a little faster than the 600's 4-cyl, almost like its, and obviously the 1000 4-cyl flew. The SV did about 235kmh and I had to brake.

In open road, I use only the 20% of the bike's power, it is too much in torque and power. But in the track is the opposite. Above all in the straight, I changed gears at 9.000 - 10.000 rpms and I was slow even so, hehe.

Those are several pics of the day. You can coment it.
The knee didn't knock the floor, because I wasn't too moved in the seat (I don't know how to say it in English, in Spanish is "descolgarse", = to go away from the seat in one or another side).

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