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Old 07-07-2005, 03:45 PM   #1
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Cruisers- Choppers-Harleys Video

right: This a little video of what your bike could do if it was in the hands of a stunter. :laughing6: Haha! Just kidding... Something for you guys to watch....

http://www.mcworx.com/jeff//videos/chopper.mpg
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I've seen that before, pretty cool :biggthumpup:
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I've seen that before, pretty cool :biggthumpup:
Going to try that on your HD?
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I've seen that before, pretty cool :biggthumpup:
Going to try that on your HD?
well, I can wheelie it,
but it takes a lot of oooomph on the rubber belt to do so.
so, I just don't, plus, the crashing to learn aspect would suck.
theres another fellow on the net that wheelies a sporty, he has a huge rear pulley size and it comes up easily with that gearing.
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That dude was beating the out of those poor sportys. lol, I saw a guy on one the other day, and when he got on it, he crouched into sport bike mode.
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That dude was beating the out of those poor sportys. lol, I saw a guy on one the other day, and when he got on it, he crouched into sport bike mode.
thats funny :biggthumpup:
I have to do that on mine also, it is approx. 400+ hp and it scares me to even start it, but I do



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So thats why you can pop wheelies.....We should line em up one day, my 65hp to your 400. I think I can tag a high 14 in the 1/4, maybe not me, but the bike could. Whatta think a stock sporty will do?
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So thats why you can pop wheelies.....We should line em up one day, my 65hp to your 400. I think I can tag a high 14 in the 1/4, maybe not me, but the bike could. Whatta think a stock sporty will do?
Ha! seriously, I think the stock '04 1200 R is supposed to do the 1/4 in a 13. I have the carb rejetted and SE II pipes and SE air cleaner and the SE 7k ignition module. I think I should be able to get a 13 sec run out of it. It has a buttload of torque and is real world probably 70 - 75 HP, maybe. to heavy to wheelie much, it will burn rubber easily and its turning a 150 rear.
I would love to line em up indeed. I lined up with Chris (SolRacer) and his gixxer 750 for a beatin' one day, was fun, well, winning would have been funner. :biggthumpup: :laughing6:
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scoot, you sound fast. I got a bit more meat out back (170/180 avon venom), but stock I am looking at low 15's. My bike has got exhaust, air injection removal, and jetting so I might be making 5+whp than stock. So MAYBE peg a HIGH 14, but not with me driving. I would like to do some rolls with a stock sporty, and I gues if I ever run into a badass cream on black tricked out sportster I would run it, but I aint lookin to win. What side of town you on?
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scoot, you sound fast. I got a bit more meat out back (170/180 avon venom), but stock I am looking at low 15's. My bike has got exhaust, air injection removal, and jetting so I might be making 5+whp than stock. So MAYBE peg a HIGH 14, but not with me driving. I would like to do some rolls with a stock sporty, and I gues if I ever run into a badass cream on black tricked out sportster I would run it, but I aint lookin to win. What side of town you on?
Friendswood, you?
I am in abilene on business right now, but would love to assemble a get together when I get in.
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Well, me and roadrash and his dad cruise quite a bit. We are out here on the North side in New Caney and porter. I am going to the NTRR Rally up near Dallas thursday, then to alaska, and then onto a 2 week orientation at Texas AM for engineering students. Its going to be a while before I can get together, but contact roadrash. He cruises a mean Yamahog, and his pops cruises a Road King. It would be sweet though if we could get all the moto H cruisers together for a shoot, we just have to get TX Vrod in on this. We all drive sharp bikes, and we need to get some pics out.
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Well, me and roadrash and his dad cruise quite a bit. We are out here on the North side in New Caney and porter. I am going to the NTRR Rally up near Dallas thursday, then to alaska, and then onto a 2 week orientation at Texas AM for engineering students. Its going to be a while before I can get together, but contact roadrash. He cruises a mean Yamahog, and his pops cruises a Road King. It would be sweet though if we could get all the moto H cruisers together for a shoot, we just have to get TX Vrod in on this. We all drive sharp bikes, and we need to get some pics out.
whatcha doing in Alaska?...My son is stationed there in the A.F. (LowNSlowNeon from the "other" forum)
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Family vacation. He ended up wit an impreza right? I remember seeing his neon at Teaworks. This thread is officially lost.
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Well, me and roadrash and his dad cruise quite a bit. We are out here on the North side in New Caney and porter. I am going to the NTRR Rally up near Dallas thursday, then to alaska, and then onto a 2 week orientation at Texas AM for engineering students. Its going to be a while before I can get together, but contact roadrash. He cruises a mean Yamahog, and his pops cruises a Road King. It would be sweet though if we could get all the moto H cruisers together for a shoot, we just have to get TX Vrod in on this. We all drive sharp bikes, and we need to get some pics out.
What? What's this about a cruise here?
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Family vacation. He ended up wit an impreza right? I remember seeing his neon at Teaworks. This thread is officially lost.
hahahahhaa, lost indeed, but all is well :-)
he bought the 04 sxt and gave it to his wife and he bought an 05 srt for his toy. he even got sponsored and will be sporting approx. 450 on pump gas in two weeks or less. zowy.

and TxVROD, we are talking about setting up a cruise , I have been thinking we head north to the Beef jerky joint at exit 162 centerville. its midway and you can meet us there for a sammich.
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