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Yeah I love your bike! I'm also in need of some frame sliders. Let me know what you get. I'm not sure what are good sliders.
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Yeah I love your bike! I'm also in need of some frame sliders. Let me know what you get. I'm not sure what are good sliders.
I wanted Vortex but they don' make them for my bike, so I have just been looking around on eBay but still not ready to get them.


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Don't know if anyone does it , but I tend to stay away from the center of the lane as much as possible (especially at stoplights & intersection stops). This part of the lane is where all the cars drop their oil and other fluids.
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Forgot to say...you should slap one of these on your bumblebee ride
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at 17:40 I thought you were gonna drop the clutch and bring her up into a wheelie



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at 17:40 I thought you were gonna drop the clutch and bring her up into a wheelie
I like to stay to the inside on free ways so when people cut me off I can slow down before I'm ran over; but most of the roads are horrible and I have to move around or there are pot holes near the lines, the road drops about an inch or two on the sides.
Wheelies I don't like to do unless its hard throttle coming out of a tight turn on the track.
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Had my girl help me put the new bar ends and replace the lever, this cast sucks


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Just curious to know why you slapped a decepticon sticker on an autobot??
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Just curious to know why you slapped a decepticon sticker on an autobot??
For the love of Irony, and the fact the bike is "bad" ass


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Got the new grips on, and installed the flush mounted turn signals. Needed no resistor to go from bulb to LED. ALL the help with my girl, Tuesday can't come any faster to get this cast off.



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Damn dude those look good. Bar ends are really nice too.
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Damn dude those look good. Bar ends are really nice too.
Thanks, she is so close to be done fairings come in a few weeks, then the touch up paint all around the bike and a couple more add ons


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