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Old 02-05-2008, 08:41 PM   #1
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NICE RS50 FS in TX

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didn't know if any of you mini GP racers would be interested in this. Not me, I don't know the seller.
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Old 02-06-2008, 01:31 PM   #2
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I know the seller. Derrick Patman, hes my room mate. I can bring the bike to any CMRA or LSTD event if that would help.
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It's a schweeeet bike too. No expense spared, Derrick is losing money fo sho.
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It's been for sale since over 6 months now i think...not sure why its not selling?
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Old 02-06-2008, 09:02 PM   #5
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I doubt there is a huge market for an RS50. That's why I took time to share it.

It's not like its a GSXR.

I had my Factory Edition RSVR on the market for at least six months before working a trade with AF1 for the SXV. Gotta find the right person for the right bike.
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I raced on a RS50 against that bike back in 2004 in TMGP... it's got great speed! And a RS50 is a great choice for taller people looking to get into mini racing.
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I think his price was scaring people off. Is it just a 50 but it is well set up. The forks are non adjustable so after the races they would tear em down and experiment with shims, spacers, fluid weight, and height. They got it on the money and have it running quick (for a 50) too. But he has all the spares an endurance team would need. So it is a great package to buy and be very competitive.
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