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Old 09-01-2009, 03:21 AM   #1
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Finally decided to start posting (sorta).

The name's Austin, those of you who went to the most recent Dirtay Partay met me or at least saw me. I was the one with the black mohawk lol.

A lot of you who go to HAK know me as well...I'm the one that drives the loud black GTO.

For everyone who DOESN'T know me....I unfortunately don't have a bike yet. Was a few weeks away from paying cash for an '07 R1 when the motor in my car went boom. As for the car, it's a 2004 GTO with a fully built 402ci motor, huge cam, heads, etc. Makes a little over 500whp on a DynoJet, and still has 4 seats and a ridiculous stereo.

I probably won't post all that much, but you'll see me at HAK most weeks and maybe occasionally at ASI.

This picture's somewhat old, but it's the best looking one I have. Car now has a cowl hood on it (still primer) and has been lifted 2.5" in the back with bigger tires...but you get the idea.
Finally decided to start posting (sorta).
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Old 09-01-2009, 05:37 AM   #2
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Old 09-01-2009, 01:16 PM   #12
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so was the R1 gonna be your first bike?
First bike for me to own, yes. I've been riding street bikes for a number of years, anything from old school 600s up to Shreks modded 'busa, Shinymans CBR1000, a zx-14, to my stepmoms V-star 1300 and dads Stratoliner 1854. I'm comfortable with just about any power level, but being a rather large guy (6'2" 230lbs) a 600 is a little small for me IMO.
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First bike for me to own, yes. I've been riding street bikes for a number of years, anything from old school 600s up to Shreks modded 'busa, Shinymans CBR1000, a zx-14, to my stepmoms V-star 1300 and dads Stratoliner 1854. I'm comfortable with just about any power level, but being a rather large guy (6'2" 230lbs) a 600 is a little small for me IMO.
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The eccense of riding is defying gravity by supplimenting inertia, defying the concerns of loved ones for the therapy of adrenaline.
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If a chicken and a half can lay an egg and a half in an hour and a half...how long, then, does it take a cork-legged monkey to kick the seeds out of a dill pickle?
dill pickle - 2 mins 37 seconds
sweet pickle - impossible!!

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Old 09-01-2009, 08:02 PM   #15
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dill pickle - 2 mins 37 seconds
sweet pickle - impossible!!

Incorrect sir. The answer is 43.
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Old 09-01-2009, 09:00 PM   #16
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Shinyman's better half... lol

According to his step mother he makes a great girlfriend, I lulzed while eating dinner with his family.

He brought me a knife and a drink trying to be a good host, that statement was made.
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According to his step mother he makes a great girlfriend, I lulzed while eating dinner with his family.

He brought me a knife and a drink trying to be a good host, that statement was made.
so who plays the big spoon?
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so who plays the big spoon?
Obvious from his step mom's point of view, I am the big spoon.
as he is my bit<h
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