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Old 01-25-2007, 12:55 PM   #1
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TAX TIME

Thanks to my income tax Im going down to get the Kawasaki 650R from Highlands. They've quoted me 6100 OTD since they are so slow right now. So I should have the bike hopefully before March. Can anyone please give me some insight as to how long it usually takes to break in a new engine on a bike.



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Thanks to my income tax Im going down to get the Kawasaki 650R from Highlands. They've quoted me 6100 OTD since they are so slow right now. So I should have the bike hopefully before March. Can anyone please give me some insight as to how long it usually takes to break in a new engine on a bike.



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enough threads just get the bike then we'll talk
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:57 PM   #3
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:57 PM   #4
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Suzuki has a 500 mile (under 7500 rpm) and then 1000 mile (under 11k) interval and then its free reign. With a pretty expensive service required at 500 miles (oil change and complete bike inspection)

Keep in mind you need to go easy on new tires for about 100 miles as well, they need to be scuffed up
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or else we'll take your picture and all laugh at you!!! :laughing6
and call you a tard or something, i dunno....just be safe dude
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enough threads just get the bike then we'll talk

Who said I was askin a like you?.....every single thing you post is u making an A** of yourself.....GROW UP PUNK!
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I can't wait for my tax return, still waiting on a w-2. company I use to work for wait until the last minute to issue that sh*t.:BangHead:
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Who said I was askin a like you?.....every single thing you post is u making an A** of yourself.....GROW UP PUNK!
you've made numerous post about the same bike. :eh: sorry i'm just trying to move you on along.
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I can't wait for my tax return, still waiting on a w-2. company I use to work for wait until the last minute to issue that sh*t.:BangHead:
same here. can't wait.
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same here. can't wait.
A lot of tax prep folks won't make you wait for your W-2, you just need your last paycheck of the year that has everything itemized on it.!.!. :icon_bigg
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A lot of tax prep folks won't make you wait for your W-2, you just need your last paycheck of the year that has everything itemized on it.!.!. :icon_bigg
I do my own taxes....1040EZ for the win. No itemizing for me as I don't own a house or have any big expenses to write off...I'm sure I could "find" somethings, but I'd rather just do the paperwork, send it in, and then wait for the direct deposit. If I get in the mail by the end of the first week of Feb., I generally get that money within 1 to 2 weeks.
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Yeah...you could get a copy of TurboTax or something and do it now instead of waiting. File electronically.

I have to wait for all my mortgage companies to send the stuff (our mortgage was sold between companies several times last year)...dang it or I would have already done ours.
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you've made numerous post about the same bike. :eh: sorry i'm just trying to move you on along.

Well if thats all you were trying to do then I apolgize, I just thought you were trying to clown me.
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I do my own taxes....1040EZ for the win. No itemizing for me as I don't own a house or have any big expenses to write off...I'm sure I could "find" somethings, but I'd rather just do the paperwork, send it in, and then wait for the direct deposit. If I get in the mail by the end of the first week of Feb., I generally get that money within 1 to 2 weeks.
I know a tax service that is ran by a guy who used to work for the irs. he can get you a good amount of money back. and he gurantees yo uwon't get audited. I don't have my last pay check stubs from the two jobs i had though. can't wait to getthem though I'm going to act a plum .
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Yeah...you could get a copy of TurboTax or something and do it now instead of waiting. File electronically.

I have to wait for all my mortgage companies to send the stuff (our mortgage was sold between companies several times last year)...dang it or I would have already done ours.

Yea I know about Turbotax but the problem with that is I work for Dell and there are 2 or 3 subsidaries(however you spell that) that I have to get my tax return from. Also the amount on my paycheck reset during 2006 so its a HUGE mess that I have to figure out, thats the only reason Im waiting.....not really in the mood to get Audited ya know?:eh:
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I know a tax service that is ran by a guy who used to work for the irs. he can get you a good amount of money back. and he gurantees yo uwon't get audited. I don't have my last pay check stubs from the two jobs i had though. can't wait to getthem though I'm going to act a plum .
Hmm...What's he charge and is he part of the BBB? I usually use Taxslayer and file it on my own but if I can legitimately get more money, I'm game...
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Hmm...What's he charge and is he part of the BBB? I usually use Taxslayer and file it on my own but if I can legitimately get more money, I'm game...
me too
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i'll pm you guys the info a bit later hwne i find his card might have to go to his office and get a nother one I last used the card last year.
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