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Motorcycles

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Tck13, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. BostonHedonist

    BostonHedonist Senior member

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    Do your time brah.

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    I can "figure 8" like a motherf*ker
     
  2. ridethecliche

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    Do they test wheelies too?


    I don't know how to do one.
     
  3. akatsuki

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    Man... took my HP4 out for a spin after a long time today. People would kill me if they saw how dusty that thing is right now - I need to start riding mroe.
     
  4. knucks

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    Put a deposit down for this. Should have it in Spring.

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    Haters gon hate.
     
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  6. knucks

    knucks Senior member

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    Correct. It's the upcoming Zongshen built TT250 that CSC is selling. Will be $24** after this deal ends.

    Pretty psyched. The rx-3 is getting great praise. This will be great for the type of riding I do, and costs ridiculously low for a new bike.
     
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  7. bahlsdheep

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    Couple shots from Baker early November on my CB1100. Last ride for the season and put away for the winter.

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  8. Rumpelstiltskin

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    Welcome to the madhouse

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  11. gnatty8

    gnatty8 Senior member

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    Looks like a 48 to me..
     
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  12. EgliComet

    EgliComet Senior member

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    Here's one that I built.
     
  13. auto-bite

    auto-bite Well-Known Member

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    Yup 48.
     
  14. knucks

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    Cool Harley. I sat on one and a 72 as well. Liked them but not for MSRP.

    Went and bought a URAL instead. LOL.
     
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    auto-bite Well-Known Member

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    I've ridden a lot of motorcycles and I have to say Harley and ducati's are my favorite. The sound and feel doesn't compare to anything else. Plus, I got mine used with only 125 miles for 4k less =)
     
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    Yep, I've tried many bikes over the years, and always came back to Harley Davidsons. That said, I always have a Triumph thrown in the mix also, but I just love Harley Davidson motorcycles for so many reasons.. They've done a great job making sure there are some very cool platform bikes available each year for the non-bagger set..
     
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    I was just going to say, before my 48 I had a 04 triumph thruxton. Another great bike. Triumph's coming out with some nice bikes next year. I might have to take a look.
     
  18. gnatty8

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    That 48 is a great bike. I've owned 2 since they came out, and they are one fun bike to ride, and a great platform for customizing. I just bought a Softtail Slim this year, which I like to think of as a big twin version of the 48. Shitty picture, but here's the idea..

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    My 48:

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  19. knucks

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    I hated my 04 XL1200C

    Felt too stretched out on it, not comfortable. Forward controls did not help.

    Idled like shit (Like a Harley does) and was too loud with the Vance&Hines pipes.

    Perhaps mids would have worked but meh.
     
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  20. BostonHedonist

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