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Old 04-14-2006, 10:30 PM   #1
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Yo Swift E

Hey man u got the new Triumph 675 right? Do u like it and that in-line 3-cylinder how does run compared to the in-line 4?
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Old 04-15-2006, 05:54 AM   #2
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i can safely say the 675 rides like a dream!

a load more torque compared to the in-line 4's, skinnier bike, turns in really sharp but holds its lines really well!! highly recommend them.

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Welcome to mtohouston, aj. nice bike. How is the racing in the Emerald Isle??hehehehe. Good Luck to ya team.
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I have to admit, I have been looking at the 675 and its starting to grow on me.
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Welcome to mtohouston, aj. nice bike. How is the racing in the Emerald Isle??hehehehe. Good Luck to ya team.
cheers dude.
I was looking at my server database to see where people were finding my sites and came across this one. joined up as i was in Houston last month and i'm heading back across on the 11th may
your weather is a lot better than the we get over here. lol

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It rides like you're on rails!
from the crate i totally agree. the Pirelli Supercorsa's are perfect for it. very forgiving. But our team had to run Bridgestone 002s and we saw a totally different side to the suspension... very very flighty. we've been making alot of changes and we think we've a good setup now.
moral is.. if you do decide to change the tyres, be prepared to adjust the suspension as different tyres handle differently.

ps.. replace the standard steering damper if you plan on doing any trackdays!
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nope. 675.net isn't my site, they are just one of my sponsors
my sites are www.ajhutchracing.com and www.absolracing.com

Absol Racing being the team im in and thats our team site.
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nope. 675.net isn't my site, they are just one of my sponsors
my sites are www.ajhutchracing.com and www.absolracing.com

Absol Racing being the team im in and thats our team site.
I like the videos on your site AJ!
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in Houston last month and i'm heading back across on the 11th may
your weather is a lot better than the we get over here. lol


Well thats great news.Glad you like the weather in Houston. What are you doing in Houston in May?? Racing???
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Yeah I was lookin at at the new 6RR and 636, but that 675 really catchs my eye. I think im gonna get it. so SWeet
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cheers ArturoC. I put a lot of my free time into those sites keeping things up to date with reports, pics and vids. do all the editing for the vids myself. always nice to hear compliments about them

jrock.. i was over in Houston for a girl I met. actually on the net lmao! i know how crazy that sounds but it turned out brilliantly. and im booked to fly back across for her birthday on 11th May. but the best thing is that she has no idea. no racing for me in the states just yet. just a holiday but its definitely on my to do list!!
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absolutely!! smashing idea , mate!!:laughing6 so, you bagged a Houston bird did ya??

p.s. I work with a lot of British coalition troops in Iraq. They laugh their arses off at my fake english accent! hehehehe..Oh :laughing6 :laughing6
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nope. 675.net isn't my site, they are just one of my sponsors
my sites are www.ajhutchracing.com and www.absolracing.com

Absol Racing being the team im in and thats our team site.
That's right, I saw the link to your site + videos @ 675.net
I really like the video the ride in the rain
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ok AJ. It is good to have you on here and saw the vid.. Fantastic stuff.
you and your team mate really ripp it up.!!!
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AJ you might want to pm the FlyingScot on this site...good friend of mine and also another Lad...
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absolutely!! smashing idea , mate!!:laughing6 so, you bagged a Houston bird did ya??

p.s. I work with a lot of British coalition troops in Iraq. They laugh their arses off at my fake english accent! hehehehe..Oh :laughing6 :laughing6
jolly good show oul chaps :laughing6


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That's right, I saw the link to your site + videos @ 675.net
I really like the video the ride in the rain
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