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Old 06-15-2005, 06:13 PM   #161
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lol fine 178.5 hp beat that lol.
sorry bud but the zx10r makes more power.* Not more than 178 because non of them make that much power.*
wrong..the gixxer makes more. See



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Old 06-15-2005, 06:15 PM   #162
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lol on the graph i posted the zx10r is making 164
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Old 06-15-2005, 06:17 PM   #163
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lol on the graph i posted the zx10r is making 164*
They are obviously mistaken. The ZX -10 , depending on the Dyno, is 2-5 hp down on the Gixxer
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Old 06-15-2005, 06:22 PM   #164
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lol on the graph i posted the zx10r is making 164*
They are obviously mistaken. The ZX -10 , depending on the Dyno, is 2-5 hp down on the Gixxer
you're not willing to bow down cause the k5 is what you ride.
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Old 06-15-2005, 06:22 PM   #165
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

it doesnt matter lets go get drunk, *:eh: i have to work till 10:00
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Old 06-15-2005, 06:25 PM   #166
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um... hi...

is this the postwhore thread?...
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um... hi...

is this the postwhore thread?...*
I guess so and I'm only in it like once or twice. (Computer went down this morning)
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lol on the graph i posted the zx10r is making 164*
They are obviously mistaken. The ZX -10 , depending on the Dyno, is 2-5 hp down on the Gixxer
you're not willing to bow down cause the k5 is what you ride.*
Absolutely not the case. Everything I've read and seen puts the Gixxer on top. However, not by much.
The Kawi is an awesome bike. I just like the looks of the Gixxer better. The Kawi was my second choice.
The Suzuki is more refined to me than the ZX. It has much better lines and seems to have a higher quality. Both bikes are great. , all of the liter bikes are soo close these days that they all are winners. You just have to give everyone else ...................
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Old 06-15-2005, 08:17 PM   #169
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I'm a Yamaha lover. right:
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Old 06-16-2005, 07:27 AM   #170
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i saw that zx10r mike sanchez had. it looked good primed with those race plastics. rode that bike like a bicycle*

javiers bike is now primed all flat black (the slow 600* ). we left the tank still colored orange after our real hero, lol
did he clean it first or did he wash the mud out of all the wholes before paint :laughing6:
he cleaned it first. hes getting the street plastics painted after the track season is over with then buying track plastics for next year's track days. i might be doing a few more track days this year so i want some track plastics before i go down on my street plastics *:biggthumpup:
theres an open spot for monday if you want it,, only half day of riding tho... its yours if you want it.
i saw that post you made. too bad work ownz me now. i work as a contractor and when we get work we dont want to miss any days.

they have reserves in place you know. i wanted to corner work but they were full when i asked in the begining of the year. BTW, did you order any prints from the photographer on the May 30th track day and have you received them?
i bought a cd before i left that day.. very nice quality but all the pics of me were taken the first session in the rain so the leans werent quite there.. :eh:
i saw them. i was behind you in line. i dont want to say anything about that lean you had on the forum :eh:
it was the safe lean angle
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Old 06-16-2005, 07:29 AM   #171
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gotta 636 in my garage now, and she sure is pretty
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Old 06-16-2005, 07:52 AM   #172
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. This thing is still going? :dontknow:
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we need a part 2
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Old 06-16-2005, 07:58 AM   #174
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I think everyone else is still sleeping. We'll have to pick on PORSCITO when he wakes up.
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I think everyone else is still sleeping. We'll have to pick on PORSCITO when he wakes up.
yeah, we'll make em or break em
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Old 06-16-2005, 10:10 AM   #176
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it will never happen ....
if u see the teeth of the wolf it doesnt mean he's smiling
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Old 06-16-2005, 10:19 AM   #177
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Re: what would be a perfect first bike

u would assume after all these sit-ups that stephen will have 6 packs, how much beer ur drinking
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u would assume after all these sit-ups that stephen will have 6 packs, how much beer ur drinking

I drink Miller Lite.
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it will never happen ....
if u see the teeth of the wolf it doesnt mean he's smiling*
The coyote is back. Maybe you should not be in such denial and just admit you're a rabit,mangy dog
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