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Old 12-30-2007, 01:18 PM   #21
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Ya gotta see it in person. It's all billet and powdercoat, it seems like something made with precision.
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Old 12-30-2007, 01:24 PM   #22
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Yeah, its like a piece of art! I would be afraid to drive it, I woulden't want to get a spec of dirt on it.
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Old 12-30-2007, 01:41 PM   #23
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I'd ride the out of it...




then I'd wash it, slowly moving the sponge over her supple curves. Trailing my washcloth along her lean smooth lines.
Letting the water drip from the hose to rinse the suds from her rounded, taut forms.
Dragging the towel across every nook and cranny, I would whisper how much I loved her, as I dried the last drops of water from her skin.
Finally I would spread wax on her, rubbing it deep into her skin, then as we reach that last crescendo together, I would buff it off as she gleamed for more...




Sorry guess I got a little carried away.
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Old 12-30-2007, 01:43 PM   #24
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I'd ride the out of it...




then I'd wash it, slowly moving the sponge over her supple curves. Trailing my washcloth along her lean smooth lines.
Letting the water drip from the hose to rinse the suds from her rounded, taut forms.
Dragging the towel across every nook and cranny, I would whisper how much I loved her, as I dried the last drops of water from her skin.
Finally I would spread wax on her, rubbing it deep into her skin, then as we reach that last crescendo together, I would buff it off as she gleamed for more...




Sorry guess I got a little carried away.
thats the same wash I give my 1098, after I ride her red headed Italian off
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Old 12-30-2007, 02:11 PM   #25
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I'd ride the out of it...




then I'd wash it, slowly moving the sponge over her supple curves. Trailing my washcloth along her lean smooth lines.
Letting the water drip from the hose to rinse the suds from her rounded, taut forms.
Dragging the towel across every nook and cranny, I would whisper how much I loved her, as I dried the last drops of water from her skin.
Finally I would spread wax on her, rubbing it deep into her skin, then as we reach that last crescendo together, I would buff it off as she gleamed for more...




Sorry guess I got a little carried away.

Thats how I feel!
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Old 12-30-2007, 02:19 PM   #26
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i dont like them
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Old 12-30-2007, 03:54 PM   #27
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the brutales are better then the F4's reliablity wise. they like high rpm's. you'll notice a major lack of power below 6k. but chassis, suspension, and actual build are top notch. Minor things break and become a major ordeal to get the part for unless you can cross reference parts from another brand. ducati, triumph, bmw and suzuki share some parts just have to decifer which part to which model. the local mv place i'm not the biggest fan of. for parts i would say the people in portland. for tuning the guys in wisconsin or pensylvania(sp?). the guys in tuscan are good for repair and advise. oh and get the rear wheel socket right away. you don't want to need that and not have it.

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