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My mate Todd had a Honda Fire blade... Scared the sh*t out of me when he took me on the back.. He pulled a wheelie without warning and I did a 180 flip.. Staring at the back tyre with my hands still stuck in the cissy bar
 

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Met the wife's cousin today , he was telling me about his Suzuki 750 doing 100mph in second gear , in about 3.5 seconds
 

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Met the wife's cousin today , he was telling me about his Suzuki 750 doing 100mph in second gear , in about 3.5 seconds
I think he’s pulling your leg. Even a Hayabusa, GSX1300R, takes just over 5 seconds to 100mph.
 

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I think he’s pulling your leg. Even a Hayabusa, GSX1300R, takes just over 5 seconds to 100mph.
You are probably right , it did sound like an exaggeration but of course the 1300 would be a lot heavier
 

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You are probably right , it did sound like an exaggeration but of course the 1300 would be a lot heavier
You’d be surprised, 1300 is 499lbs (dry) 750 is 428lbs (dry)


Back to the forum;
I am about to pull the trigger on some new docs, but am tempted by the Solovair......
Whats the thoughts on these compared to docs?
 

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You’d be surprised, 1300 is 499lbs (dry) 750 is 428lbs (dry)


Back to the forum;
I am about to pull the trigger on some new docs, but am tempted by the Solovair......
Whats the thoughts on these compared to docs?
Veg shoes solovair will last forever and shine just as well as leather. Best option by far
 

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Just for the record, they did actually exist, my first ever DMs

Solovair, 6 hole Astronaut, black scotchgrain

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Just for the record, they did actually exist, my first ever DMs

Solovair, 6 hole Astronaut, black scotchgrain

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Nice boots but are they vegan compliant...........
 

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