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Old 09-30-2007, 05:44 PM   #1
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Talking Mad Kaw Disease

It's contagious, quite possibly life threatening, and often has me seeing green. Of course, I'm talking about my zx7. To celebrate her 10,000 mile mark, I decided to post her spread.


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Patrick, Suzanne, and all the staff there at Motorcycles Unlimited are awesome. I'll never take my bike anywhere else. Just a little +1 to them.
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Old 09-30-2007, 05:48 PM   #2
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Old 09-30-2007, 05:50 PM   #3
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I moved up to Denton to go to schoo (university of north texas), but when I come back for the winter, and of course next summer, I will definitely be riding.
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Old 09-30-2007, 06:07 PM   #4
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Cool, nice bike I had that exact same bike in what they called black cherry, looked black but was actually purple, was one of the most stable bikes at speed ever, now with everything getting lighter and more powerfull, thost days are prolly gone forever, with proper care should get a LOT more life outta her, have fun and be carefull, and ur right about Motorcycles Unlimited, great people
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Old 09-30-2007, 06:24 PM   #5
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Thanks. For sure, 20k here I come baby!

About bikes being lighter, I agree. I've sat on newer 600s, and the difference between the two is like a lawn chair in a hurricane and a recliner watching tv. I love the stability.
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Old 09-30-2007, 06:32 PM   #6
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Thanks. For sure, 20k here I come baby!

About bikes being lighter, I agree. I've sat on newer 600s, and the difference between the two is like a lawn chair in a hurricane and a recliner watching tv. I love the stability.
I have a friend that has a ZX9R and he has 120,000 miles on it, but has done an engine in it, but he rides the wheels off of it, use to run with me and a friend on R1,sAllways remember never get too comfortable, stay alert, when we get use to things thats when stuff can happen
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You know, I was riding around last night and I thought to myself, I really feel comfortable with this bike now. (I've been doing parking lot tracks at 2am, and practicing my MSF stuff too)

Then I remembered something I read from a moto magazine. It said something like there are different stages of maturity in riding. The first was the beginner, he fears the bike and is extra careful, this lasts for several months. Next was the sophomore, who thinks he can ride and ends up busting his . Lastly are stages of respecting the bike and slipping back into sophomoric attitude.

Honestly, I respect my bike dearly. Probably because it's my only set of wheels.... and because I'm probably 1000% more likely to die in an accident or be in an accident. I think every biker needs to have a little sit down with their bike and really think about why they ride and what they want to get out of riding. I know no one wants to wreck, but a lot of people sure ride like they do.

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Old 09-30-2007, 07:03 PM   #8
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You know, I was riding around last night and I thought to myself, I really feel comfortable with this bike now. (I've been doing parking lot tracks at 2am, and practicing my MSF stuff too)

Then I remembered something I read from a moto magazine. It said something like there are different stages of maturity in riding. The first was the beginner, he fears the bike and is extra careful, this lasts for several months. Next was the sophomore, who thinks he can ride and ends up busting his . Lastly are stages of respecting the bike and slipping back into sophomoric attitude.

Honestly, I respect my bike dearly. Probably because it's my only set of wheels.... and because I'm probably 1000% more likely to die in an accident or be in an accident. I think every biker needs to have a little sit down with their bike and really think about why they ride and what they want to get out of riding. I know no one wants to wreck, but a lot of people sure ride like they do.

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U sound like a very intellegent young man, SIR props to U, I just tola a new bebinner rider If done wright U can get a lifetime of enjoyment out of ridin, If done wrong can cost u and ur family your life, sounds like U have a good attitude and are enjoying it for what it is.good job
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Hey Chris, how have you been? Did you get the bike synced up?
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then when it hit 10,000 miles it fell apart again
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Old 10-01-2007, 04:26 PM   #11
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you need a scotts steering damper mounting bracket? i have one off a 99 zx7 that you could have for super cheap...you would just need the damper.
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