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Old 04-25-2006, 08:15 PM   #21
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I like sporties more, stick to the original designs and leave the new school to bikes. dont get me wrong i like the vrod but i dont think i would ever own one. I like the basics where nothing flows and wires and oil is everywhere. HD is making millions with a design that hasnt changed much in the past 100 years, why change it now?
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Old 05-19-2006, 12:13 AM   #25
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I like sporties more, stick to the original designs and leave the new school to bikes. dont get me wrong i like the vrod but i dont think i would ever own one. I like the basics where nothing flows and wires and oil is everywhere. HD is making millions with a design that hasnt changed much in the past 100 years, why change it now?

Agree but i think harley makes more $ from other stuff than they do on their bikes. T-shirts, doo-rags, etc.
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a harley buddy came by the house last week on his new-to-him bandit as his harley is in the shop. He had on a harley t-shirt. I told him that the micro chip imbedded in the shirt that will let a harley start is not needed on his bandit.
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Old 05-19-2006, 06:12 AM   #27
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Ooooooohh. Ya'll are gonna get it if/when Scootertrash returns from the Land of the Banned(TM).
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real world, the harley world should follow the direction of the water cooled, Revolution power plant in the vrod.
The sporty and others have antiquated pushrod style, air cooled motors, althogh very cool sounding and I love em, they are old, old ,old technology.
Mine hauls now, but I've dropped some coin into it to get there. whereas the revolution motor makes the power I have all day in stock trim.
I still love my sproty though, its just dang cool and lots of fun to ride.
Maybe I'll by a vrod next, maybe not and get the bagger I've been wanting.
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Old 05-19-2006, 06:13 AM   #28
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I have to say sporty's...there classic and I'm biased cause I rode my dad's 86' 1200 sporty in High school.
But when I wanted my own bike again i went for the R6 cause I can't afford the maintenence of any harley, and the oil kept staining my boots!!!
mine hasnt cost me any maintanance I didnt initiate and mine leaks zero oil
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maintence is pretty cheap. Especially if you do the routine maintence and don't wait for something to break.

I think you need to watch these bikes in the begining. They have a lot of schedual maintence at the begining and that feels like it costs a lot because if you ride a bunch then you will at the dealer a lot.
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I like sporties more, stick to the original designs and leave the new school to bikes. dont get me wrong i like the vrod but i dont think i would ever own one. I like the basics where nothing flows and wires and oil is everywhere. HD is making millions with a design that hasnt changed much in the past 100 years, why change it now?

Mostly in puddles underneath the bike.
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Old 05-19-2006, 12:40 PM   #32
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hehehhehee, I saw it,
real world, the harley world should follow the direction of the water cooled, Revolution power plant in the vrod.
The sporty and others have antiquated pushrod style, air cooled motors, althogh very cool sounding and I love em, they are old, old ,old technology.
Mine hauls now, but I've dropped some coin into it to get there. whereas the revolution motor makes the power I have all day in stock trim.
I still love my sproty though, its just dang cool and lots of fun to ride.
Maybe I'll by a vrod next, maybe not and get the bagger I've been wanting.
yeah, i want a bagger!
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