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Old 12-25-2010, 09:07 PM   #41
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Old 12-25-2010, 09:31 PM   #42
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no. too easy.
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Old 12-25-2010, 10:38 PM   #43
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You still run AIR ???? seriously? WEEEEEAK.

I run NAAAAWSss in both my tires. It makes my bike so powerful that I have to tie it down with straps when I park it in my garage at night. This one time, I forgot to tie that down and woke up at 3AM to find my bike doing donuts by itself inside the garage.
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You still run AIR ???? seriously? WEEEEEAK.

I run NAAAAWSss in both my tires. It makes my bike so powerful that I have to tie it down with straps when I park it in my garage at night. This one time, I forgot to tie that down and woke up at 3AM to find my bike doing donuts by itself inside the garage.
amateurs dont use nitrous oxide. ive seen the way you drive. you have a lead foot. youll blow yourself to pieces.
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Nitrous volume changes too much with temp changes. 40 psi at 100 deg. is only 10 at 50 deg. It wont work.
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I store my air from last winter in a bottle then fill up my tires with it. That way it is aged to perfection

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amateurs dont use nitrous oxide. ive seen the way you drive. you have a lead foot. youll blow yourself to pieces.
If ur going to quote the movie do it right. Its "you have a heavy foot"
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Make sure you put plenty of armor-all on those tires after re-inflation, and pat yourself on the back for a job well done.
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Awe SHYTE!! I still haven't let my summer air out!!!! I have to drive to work tomorrow, maybe I should let it out on the way and then fill it up when I get there. I will let you know how that goes, hopefully with centrifugal force I will be able to keep the rims of the ground
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If ur going to quote the movie do it right. Its "you have a heavy foot"
sad you correct a quote on F&F. and people call ME gay...
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I never replace them. I bought lifetime valve stems fool. They are an upgrade available on the Busa.
Oh, where did you get them? Do they have them for the GenI.. I've been looking but I haven't seen anything worth it. Yea.. It's time to upgrade for some syn winter air though. I mean I heard it'll give you like 15 winter HP with the valve stem upgrade!
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Oh, where did you get them? Do they have them for the GenI.. I've been looking but I haven't seen anything worth it. Yea.. It's time to upgrade for some syn winter air though. I mean I heard it'll give you like 15 winter HP with the valve stem upgrade!
Can't tell ya. The guy who makes them is on the D.O.T watch list and wants to keep them on the DL.
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Can't tell ya. The guy who makes them is on the D.O.T watch list and wants to keep them on the DL.
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Tell ya what.. I'll buy ya a beer and then just follow you over there.
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incredible what some of yall will pay for...these arent that hard to get people! cant blame your buddy for making a buck off it though, pretty smart. anyways ill give you the scoop on how to get them on your own:

they arent DOT approved for the united states, but you can get them in japan. you just need a hookup over there to buy them for you over the counter and then ship them internationally. shipping isnt that bad since its just a tiny little part. still yall might get a group buy thread going.

you could also try emailing a dealership over there. most of them can read english pretty well.

here is the part numbers for the lifetime valve stems:

43130-24A00-ID10T-CF
43130-24A00-ID10T-TI

(carbon fiber and titanium obviously.)

if a DOT agent sees this they will probably be , but screw them, im not doing anything illegal by posting a part number for japanese models....what you do with it is up to you. customs doesnt really notice this kind of , they are looking for drugs and guns and , lol.

besides, i heard the only reason we cant get them here is some douchbag in US parts distribution lobbied congress...they say itll hurt the economy if people stop replacing valve stems all the time...freakin crooks...
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Just heard on speed channel this morning that they are now selling colored & scented air for your tires.
You can get air to match your bike color or led lights.
Ads are already showing up in my spam box & pop ups when I get on the internet.
Some nice guy in Nigeria is selling it on line too with free overnight shipping after 3 easy payments is made.
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