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Old 07-07-2011, 08:53 AM   #61
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Anyone ever thought about setting up a bait bike in a location where thieves would be able to get to it easily? Sounds like a fun night to me. The thieves might not hit it the first night but if you make it look like a normal careless person leaving their bike out they probably wouldnt be able to resist.

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Old 07-07-2011, 08:55 AM   #62
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Anyone ever thought about setting up a bait bike in a location where thieves would be able to get to it easily? Sounds like a fun night to me. The thieves might not hit it the first night but if you make it look like a normal careless person leaving their bike out they probably wouldnt be able to resist.

Stake out! Whos down?
Police officers do this. Know a few cop buddies of mine that try these stake outs. Not a bad idea....
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:28 AM   #63
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I still miss my bike dearly. I hope u do make some progress in this sting operation of yours.
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:50 AM   #64
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1,000 bucks to anyone who can tell me where the chop shop is...all confidential.... email me at segman51@yahoo.com or pm me....Money will be dropped off where ever you want when i find the shop and confirm it....

if your lurking 1000 bucks for you and your bike all you have to do is send a email of where a chop shop is...address... house...warehouse....whatever...

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Old 07-15-2011, 04:40 AM   #66
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:54 AM   #67
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Anyone ever thought about setting up a bait bike in a location where thieves would be able to get to it easily? Sounds like a fun night to me. The thieves might not hit it the first night but if you make it look like a normal careless person leaving their bike out they probably wouldnt be able to resist.

Stake out! Whos down?
This^^

Except my bait bike would have the key in the ignition, but no chain. lol. I doubt they would even notice the chain gone, and it would be funny to see them try and grab a gear but go nowhere as a Wonderbread Truck full of uber excited MH members unloaded and commenced skull via tire iron.
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:54 AM   #68
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LOL... soooooo, did you get your bike back? What condition is it in? Do you know what the story is with the guy that got caught with it?

I know you've got some background stuff going on and if you can't say, that's cool. But i think EVERYONE is really curious. I know I am.

Congrats on getting your bike back. Yours was the first bike that was stolen when I first joined MH. Got an alarm, disk lock and rented a garage because of it.
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:58 AM   #69
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This^^

Except my bait bike would have the key in the ignition, but no chain. lol. I doubt they would even notice the chain gone, and it would be funny to see them try and grab a gear but go nowhere as a Wonderbread Truck full of uber excited MH members unloaded and commenced skull via tire iron.
So you're setting up a sting operation where you entice someone by leaving the keys in the ignition, then talk about skull them with a tire iron?... and post it online for everyone to see? Last I remember, skull would probably result in death, coma or severe mental/health problems. There is a right way and a wrong way to go about this. The right way doesn't involve a tire iron.

We all hate thieves, but....
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So you're setting up a sting operation where you entice someone by leaving the keys in the ignition, then talk about skull them with a tire iron?... and post it online for everyone to see? Last I remember, skull would probably result in death, coma or severe mental/health problems. There is a right way and a wrong way to go about this. The right way doesn't involve a tire iron.

We all hate thieves, but....
It wasnt supposed to be taken literal. It was just a joke. I realize its early but geez.
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2 days after getting the call they had my bike the officer in the arrest called me back and said it was a miscommunication between him and the dispatcher when reading the vin over the radio...some numbers or letters were mixed up...the tow yard called the officer and told him the vin didnt match the bike they had...they recovered a kawi mean streak not a kawi zx6rr...so on that note no i didnt get my bike and could not tell me anything about who where or how that bike was recovered
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this is some too fast too furious type stuff going on here..lol
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Old 07-15-2011, 08:15 AM   #73
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Except my bait bike would have the key in the ignition, but no chain. lol. I doubt they would even notice the chain gone, and it would be funny to see them try and grab a gear but go nowhere as a Wonderbread Truck full of uber excited MH members unloaded and commenced skull via tire iron.
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:51 PM   #76
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Ill give one suggestion.

Youll be suprised to see a lot of theives are Stunters. I don't want to knock on stunters but always beware of someone tearing the $hit out of a perfectly good looking bike. They don't care about the bike because its $tolen. I have been bitten before in california, and it took some serious recon but I found the he was a cold @$$ stunter, he thought I was his new best friend. Don't ask what happened.

Revenge is a a meal best served by a demented combat veteran with jalapenos.

Thats a little unfair. All the stunters I know including my self buy wrecked bikes with salvage titles.
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Thats a little unfair. All the stunters I know including my self buy wrecked bikes with salvage titles.

I think he's more pointing out those who stunt brand new/brand new looking bikes, in comparison to obvious stunting bikes.
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2 days after getting the call they had my bike the officer in the arrest called me back and said it was a miscommunication between him and the dispatcher when reading the vin over the radio...some numbers or letters were mixed up...the tow yard called the officer and told him the vin didnt match the bike they had...they recovered a kawi mean streak not a kawi zx6rr...so on that note no i didnt get my bike and could not tell me anything about who where or how that bike was recovered
that blows....
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I think he's more pointing out those who stunt brand new/brand new looking bikes, in comparison to obvious stunting bikes.
well I have a clean 07 zx6 that we stunt and it looks brand new. But we had to buy all the plastics, new headlights, gauges, clip-ons, and then paint it. Hindsight being 20/20 the 07 zx6 is a stunt bike but to the point. Not all stunt bikes are crappy looking f4Is and not all the nice late model ones are stolen. I guess the same logic could be used for track bikes too right?
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