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Last night i did something i dont normally do i read the owners manual for my bike. I was surprised to see the bike has a built in data recorder that records things such as speed. I did not know about this when i purchased the bike but since i am in thailand there is a language barrier. Anyway this could be a problem just in case something accidentally happens and by chance you weren't 100% obeying the law. Its like incriminating yourself or am i reading too much in to this?
 

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basically means all the flops that cant ride will get in trouble when the data is reviewed. keep it to the track simple rule, its way more fun there ;)
 

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not sure i understand the comments keep it on the track. Should i keep my nsr150sp on the track? It will go 50 kph in a 30 but no one can download that information from it electronics.

i didn't spend $20, 000 usd to ride at the track 100% of my time. We have some nice roads with great twisties....


I dont intend on racing on public roads either but i am not perfect and have broken traffic laws in many vehicles. I just want to provide details of my journey with the government...
 

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not sure i understand the comments keep it on the track. Should i keep my nsr150sp on the track? It will go 50 kph in a 30 but no one can download that information from it electronics.

i didn't spend $20, 000 usd to ride at the track 100% of my time. We have some nice roads with great twisties....


I dont intend on racing on public roads either but i am not perfect and have broken traffic laws in many vehicles. I just want to provide details of my journey with the government...
if you got 20k for a bike whats the problem with taking it to the track, and re road simple dont be a fuckwit and there isnt a problem is there ;)

the system only keeps a small amount of data as it over writes itself, if you bin it then your in trouble thats it

its actually a good thing, should mean less road incidents because they almost never accidents, and might make insurance cheaper as ppl claiming for binning it will get rejected.
 

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I think to say that we all keep our liter bikes under the speed limit is just false. Speeding doesn't necessarily make you a fuckwit either. I too wouldn't like the fact that my machine is recording my speed. It's just creepy and unnecessary. Also, we all don't have access to a race track or the money to do track days.

We just have to be smart, and safe, and try to have fun on the roads.
 

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I think to say that we all keep our liter bikes under the speed limit is just false. Speeding doesn't necessarily make you a fuckwit either. I too wouldn't like the fact that my machine is recording my speed. It's just creepy and unnecessary. Also, we all don't have access to a race track or the money to do track days.

We just have to be smart, and safe, and try to have fun on the roads.
well said
 

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Well here in the states they could not use the information on your bike to incriminate yourself, unless you voluntarily did it. Just plead the 5th as they say! 1,2,3,4 FFFFFFFIIIIIFFFTTTHHH!
 
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