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I'm calling bullshit. That's just not humanly possible.
 

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That happened to me Thursday morning on the 57 North and I ended up going like 20 mph in the middle lane trying to turn my petcock on to reserve. :eek:
 

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I switched to reserve several times while at speed when I owned a CBR600F3. I didn't think that it was a big deal......

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no no no...today during every fillup, i was able to return the nozzle to the pump w/o a single drop of gasoline hitting the tank. IM FUCKING GOD!
 

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Same here on a Yamaha 400. Did they move the reserve switch out of reach on these newfangled modern bikes or somethin'? :confused:
Not sure if you're serious or not but the new bikes don't have a reserve switch per se. They have a light that lets you know you're running low on fuel.
 

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no no no...today during every fillup, i was able to return the nozzle to the pump w/o a single drop of gasoline hitting the tank. IM FUCKING GOD!
Does god know you're fucking him? If I was god I would be a little upset to find that out...
 

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you need fuel injection
 

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im rockin a 92 zx600.

theres a big dial on the left knee pad thats off-on-reserve. i was just amazed that i turned it in the right direction and not to off :D
 

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A real god would have not need for a reserve setting. He would NEVER run out of gas :Laughing rolling: :Laughing rolling: :Laughing rolling:
 

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Morons. I've got morons on my team...:(:(
 

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Not sure if you're serious or not but the new bikes don't have a reserve switch per se. They have a light that lets you know you're running low on fuel.
Okay, I'm totally confused. Our "god's" public profile says he has a 1992 Ninja 600, which is probably carbed and has a reserve switch, right? If it does it's probably below the gas tank above the engine on the right or left side of the bike. Why is it so difficult to switch it to the reserve setting while the bike is at speed? If this is not difficult to do on a 1982 400cc bike, why would it be more difficult on a 1992 600cc bike? Please enlighten me.
 
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