Torrent

2011 KAWASAKI  ZX6

Jason’s ZX6 was factory clean and precisely palleted when it arrived at his shop. Kawasaki has been Jason’s ride of choice for the last four years. They’ve been one of the few (only) manufacturers to remove the blinders and accept that sportbikes are living primarily on the streets and parking lots, with nary a track in sight. Jason’s recognized this as well – which is one of the primary reasons he moved to Team Green. The company renowned for its heavy industry has been the first to formally support ours.

When it comes to his personal bike setup, Jason will be the first to admit that he is particular. Very Particular. Whether it’s his stunt bikes or his stable of roadrace and dirt bikes, setup is everything to Jason. And appearance. Maintaining a clean and professional bike is a huge part of Jason’s marketing plan for his No Limit freestyle exhibition team. His bikes feature a slew of the industry’s tastiest components. If a part exists that can help elevate his game, you can bet that you’ll find it on Jason’s bike. Oddly enough, for a rider that spares no expense when outfitting his ride, Jason runs completely stock suspension components. He claims that the factory Kawi suspension is bomber quality stuff and capable of handling the abuse that his riding levies on the bike. After four years of watching him punish his Ninjas,
we believe him.

WATCH – ANATOMY OF A STUNTBIKE

A : Full cage setups keep the damage to a minimum. Freestyle Ingenuity is the cage of choice for Team No Limit, and is widely recognized as the premier stunt cage manufacturer.

B: Big sprockets make short work of tall wheelies. Jason runs a 55 tooth Vortex. That’s shark numbers, people.

C: GPR steering stabilizers are a must for headshake elimination during high stoppies. If you’ve ever tucked front during an endo, then you know of what we speak.

D: A shorty Two Brothers Elite pipe is tucked as far inboard as possible to reduce damage from the daily drops. Even so, rashing is inevitable.

E: The HT Moto rear seat is designed to allow for sure foot placement when the bike is in an upright position.

F : Flattened gas tanks have been de rigueur for stunt bikes since Moses was an altar boy. Usually they were created with a rubber mallet (or a looped wheelie). Jason has taken his stunt tank to the next level by creating his own design. If this looks like your cup of tea, Britton’s shop can build you one. Prices start at $500 (plus your tank core). Drop No Limit Motorsports in Huntington Beach a line to inquire: (714) 891-8600.

G: Strategically placed HT Moto Traction Pads keep Jason securely planted during seated tricks.

H: 12 o’clock bars are things of the past – Jason runs a small custom scrape plate which provides the requisite tail coverage in the smallest package possible.

I : The tri-force combination of Dunlop tires,  Marchesini wheels and Brembo brakes provide all the grip, spin and stop requirements that Jason’s aggressive riding style demands. Dunlop Sportmax Q2s are his tire of choice.

J: No other modification has changed the sport of stunt riding so much as the rear hand brake. Earlier versions of the rear handbrake piggybacked on the existing rear master cylinder circuit. Effective, but it could quickly overwhelm the single rear caliper’s capabilities. The current version, manufactured by Ho Hey Design, uses a completely separate hydraulic circuit driving an additional rear caliper. Usually this is a 4 pot caliper, formerly used for a front brake application. Jason prefers the HHD system as it provides equal braking power and lever feedback between either the hand brake or the foot brake.

Torrent

2011 KAWASAKI  ZX6

Jason’s ZX6 was factory clean and precisely palleted when it arrived at his shop. Kawasaki has been Jason’s ride of choice for the last four years. They’ve been one of the few (only) manufacturers to remove the blinders and accept that sportbikes are living primarily on the streets and parking lots, with nary a track in sight. Jason’s recognized this as well – which is one of the primary reasons he moved to Team Green. The company renowned for its heavy industry has been the first to formally support ours.

When it comes to his personal bike setup, Jason will be the first to admit that he is particular. Very Particular. Whether it’s his stunt bikes or his stable of roadrace and dirt bikes, setup is everything to Jason. And appearance. Maintaining a clean and professional bike is a huge part of Jason’s marketing plan for his No Limit freestyle exhibition team. His bikes feature a slew of the industry’s tastiest components. If a part exists that can help elevate his game, you can bet that you’ll find it on Jason’s bike. Oddly enough, for a rider that spares no expense when outfitting his ride, Jason runs completely stock suspension components. He claims that the factory Kawi suspension is bomber quality stuff and capable of handling the abuse that his riding levies on the bike. After four years of watching him punish his Ninjas,
we believe him.

WATCH – ANATOMY OF A STUNTBIKE

A : Full cage setups keep the damage to a minimum. Freestyle Ingenuity is the cage of choice for Team No Limit, and is widely recognized as the premier stunt cage manufacturer.

B: Big sprockets make short work of tall wheelies. Jason runs a 55 tooth Vortex. That’s shark numbers, people.

C: GPR steering stabilizers are a must for headshake elimination during high stoppies. If you’ve ever tucked front during an endo, then you know of what we speak.

D: A shorty Two Brothers Elite pipe is tucked as far inboard as possible to reduce damage from the daily drops. Even so, rashing is inevitable.

E: The HT Moto rear seat is designed to allow for sure foot placement when the bike is in an upright position.

F : Flattened gas tanks have been de rigueur for stunt bikes since Moses was an altar boy. Usually they were created with a rubber mallet (or a looped wheelie). Jason has taken his stunt tank to the next level by creating his own design. If this looks like your cup of tea, Britton’s shop can build you one. Prices start at $500 (plus your tank core). Drop No Limit Motorsports in Huntington Beach a line to inquire: (714) 891-8600.

G: Strategically placed HT Moto Traction Pads keep Jason securely planted during seated tricks.

H: 12 o’clock bars are things of the past – Jason runs a small custom scrape plate which provides the requisite tail coverage in the smallest package possible.

I : The tri-force combination of Dunlop tires,  Marchesini wheels and Brembo brakes provide all the grip, spin and stop requirements that Jason’s aggressive riding style demands. Dunlop Sportmax Q2s are his tire of choice.

J: No other modification has changed the sport of stunt riding so much as the rear hand brake. Earlier versions of the rear handbrake piggybacked on the existing rear master cylinder circuit. Effective, but it could quickly overwhelm the single rear caliper’s capabilities. The current version, manufactured by Ho Hey Design, uses a completely separate hydraulic circuit driving an additional rear caliper. Usually this is a 4 pot caliper, formerly used for a front brake application. Jason prefers the HHD system as it provides equal braking power and lever feedback between either the hand brake or the foot brake.

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