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Old 10-23-2006, 10:54 PM   #21
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i'm the service advisor for texas yamaha gulf coast. i just don't think we have those patches there. sorry dude.:eh:
its cool. gulf coast the one off of spencer? or 45?
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well if you tip the tech money he won't say a word. i know i wouldn't lol
It seems like a good investment when the speedo reads three digits (on a closed course) and you are depending on them to do a good job...
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its cool. gulf coast the one off of spencer? or 45?
more like exit 12. thats why i was saying hit me with the rim and tire and i'll do it on my lunch break and get it back to ya..
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Old 10-23-2006, 10:59 PM   #24
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more like exit 12. thats why i was saying hit me with the rim and tire and i'll do it on my lunch break and get it back to ya..

cool thanks man. thats where i got my r6, lol
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cool thanks man. thats where i got my r6, lol
really?? how long ago...
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really?? how long ago...
back in april
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back in april
oh i wasn't there yet lol i just moved here then. how many miles you got on yours??
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WHAT and you've had it since april. man i've had mine a month and i got that lol...
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WHAT and you've had it since april. man i've had mine a month and i got that lol...
its a long story trust me. there's a guy that works with you also he's a salesman. his first name is chris he sold me the bike back in april he'll tell you the story
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its a long story trust me. there's a guy that works with you also he's a salesman. his first name is chris he sold me the bike back in april he'll tell you the story
alright i'll ask him today when i see him
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www.cyclegear.com has M1's on special now. A complete set for about $180.00.
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www.cyclegear.com has M1's on special now. A complete set for about $180.00.
on top of that you can get road hazard at cycle gear.
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Old 10-24-2006, 09:48 AM   #34
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how good are the M1's compared to the Dunlop Qualifiers that i have?
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Old 10-24-2006, 09:55 AM   #35
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I have always hated Dunlop. Just my .02. I used to have M1's and they are fine. I am thinking about going to the M3's now. They are a bit more track friendly I hear.
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The M1's are good tires, basically the same as the Diablo's.

BTW, we had the sale on the M1's first Jon Eric, and we're $10.00 a set cheaper.
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The M1's are good tires, basically the same as the Diablo's.

BTW, we had the sale on the M1's first Jon Eric, and we're $10.00 a set cheaper.
I did not know that you had the M1's on special. You told me that you had the Diablo's on special.

Also, if you buy from PAtrick you do not have to pay shipping and wait as long as Cycle Gear. I just through the special out there since I just recently received a e-mail from Cycle Gear as of yesterday.

Patrick I will be by sometime soon to get some M3's. I still got some more miles left on the BT014's.
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Basically the supplier ran out of Diablo fronts, so I honored the same price on the M1's. I updated the sale thread on the 20th when I found out.
What kind of mileage have you been getting on the BT014's?
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Basically the supplier ran out of Diablo fronts, so I honored the same price on the M1's. I updated the sale thread on the 20th when I found out.
What kind of mileage have you been getting on the BT014's?
3000 to 3500 miles.
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