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Old 10-18-2007, 09:27 AM   #21
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Are you saying only go to big name dealerships?

If that's true, than you're sending him to a lot of places that WILL screw him.

There is NO BS in that statement. I have seen big name dealerships SCREW people BIG time with their prices. Some of those dudes must be high on crack to ask the prices they are asking. Stubbs being one of the worse.
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:28 AM   #22
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ok ive ridden all sizes of bikes from the 2fiddy to th busa, the sv is a fun bike on its own but the lack of power kinda sucks, it needs about 20 more and it would be the . when it comes to 600s, yes they do have more than enough power but look at where all that power is in the powerband, AT THE TOP. i couldnt stand riding a 600 on the street. sure it has plenty of power but having to keep it revved up so high was annoying as not to mention very loud if it has an upgraded exhaust. now the new 750s and old 929s, and 954 dont really have much more power than the new 600s but they have a lot more torque, which is what i like because i dont have to ring its neck to get it to go. the new 1ks are fun as but not for riding around in the city, more like highway riding. the busa and the 14 are for cruising, sure they are fast as stink but unless you go to the strip or to the mile, they need to kept to cruising. and the funnest bikes ever are the 1000cc twins, they have more than enough power and have plenty of torque and the handling is awesome

but thats just what i think. dammit i want my rc back
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:31 AM   #23
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I don't get it either. I love my litre bike. I had a 750 before for about year & 1/2 and was ready to get the POWER. litre bikes wheelie with throttle. Went threw 3 clutches on the 750.
thats because you clutch up wheelies genious. you dont need to clutch em up on the 750 either
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thats because you clutch up wheelies genious. you dont need to clutch em up on the 750 either
I started them around 50 to 60mph. And it sure helped to clutch them up. Plus it was an 02'.
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well i know the o4 and o5 would pull em up at that speed with out the clutch
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:59 AM   #26
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well i know the o4 and o5 would pull em up at that speed with out the clutch
02' really didn't. I could pull them up by bouncing chopping and pulling like sucker but it was easier to clutch them up.
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