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Old 08-29-2005, 06:05 PM   #21
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Re: Need Hook Up on Tires and Oil Change

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Hey thinks for everything peeps, but I am heading out of Houston for a little while and leaving the bike here. Got to go back to school. But will be back for Galveston bike rally. Be needing the tires by then plus the oil changed. :biggthumpup: PS if anyone knows someone that is selling a good new/used tank for the '03 R6 silver color configuration, let me know. Yamaha dealership is wanting like $600 for a tank and that is to much for my . If someone can hook a brother up let me know please. Take it easy and keep on riding. :cool:
How did you get a dent on that tank if you don't mind me asking? I remember talking to a guy at starbucks who said he WOT'ed from a dead stop and looped his . Just wondering if that was you.
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Old 08-29-2005, 10:00 PM   #22
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Re: Need Hook Up on Tires and Oil Change

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Hey thinks for everything peeps, but I am heading out of Houston for a little while and leaving the bike here. Got to go back to school. But will be back for Galveston bike rally.* Be needing the tires by then plus the oil changed. :biggthumpup:* PS if anyone knows someone that is selling a good new/used tank for the '03 R6 silver color configuration, let me know.* Yamaha dealership is wanting like $600 for a tank and that is to much for my .* If someone can hook a brother up let me know please.* * Take it easy and keep on riding. :cool:
How did you get a dent on that tank if you don't mind me asking?* I remember talking to a guy at starbucks who said he WOT'ed from a dead stop and looped his .* Just wondering if that was you.
That might have been me that you had talked to. From a dead stop I tried to wheelie and ended up giving it to much gas and went vertical. Got freaked and kinda let the bike do its own thing while I jumped off. It has a nice dent and Joe was talking about how it would be great for doing stoppies cause of the size and position of the dent. But yeah that had happened when I first started riding. Saw peeps that were good and thought that looked easy, guess I found out the hard way. To all of you newbies don't try it at home But yeah that is how it happened. Back behind Six Flags is were it all went down... Literally
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