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Old 06-14-2008, 12:54 AM   #21
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think the point there trying to get across to you is that an order to stunt on a bigger bike you need more experience, you will get hurt really bad if you try and learn on a big bike and spend alot of money on it in the process, vs getting a 50 or 150 and learning on it and the parts are a heck of alot cheaper and they take a beating alot better. be carefull whichever you decide to do, and buying a bike thats been stunted can go either way, either they beat the out of it or its in decent shape.... gl.
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think the point there trying to get across to you is that an order to stunt on a bigger bike you need more experience, you will get hurt really bad if you try and learn on a big bike and spend alot of money on it in the process, vs getting a 50 or 150 and learning on it and the parts are a heck of alot cheaper and they take a beating alot better. be carefull whichever you decide to do, and buying a bike thats been stunted can go either way, either they beat the out of it or its in decent shape.... gl.
yeah im thinkin about gettin a 150... they have a clutch right??? i heard 50's dont.. i want one with a clutch!
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Old 06-14-2008, 12:59 AM   #23
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whats wrong with buying a stunt ready bike..??????? ive been riding for about.........mmmmmmmmmmm 10 days! haha i got my license about 2 months ago. and i got my bike about 10 days ago and ive been riding it alot. already put about 700 miles on it... about the stunt bike im not saying i wanna get it right now.... i wanna get one but in like a month or some like dat... idk **** about stuntin but im ready to learn!!
"STUNTIN IS A HABIT"!!!
Well is the bike you have now paid for ? If the answer is no ,pay that b@tch off first . If the answer is yes look for a damaged or wrecked bike to fix up into a stunter . Yeah and 50's are a good start but it did'nt help me with stuntin big bikes . The younger you start the better .
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Well is the bike you have now paid for ? If the answer is no ,pay that b@tch off first . If the answer is yes look for a damaged or wrecked bike to fix up into a stunter . Yeah and 50's are a good start but it did'nt help me with stuntin big bikes . The younger you start the better .
yeah i paid cash for that beach!!! and yeah thats y i want 2 start all of this now... the problem is idk that much about all this stunt bikes and what they need... i would need someone to be my... "technical advisor"??? haha or sum like dat... but seriously i dont wanna do it by myself.
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Peruvian, with all due respect, slow down... If you were my 16 year old kid and dead set on riding and potentially stunting, my very next purchase for you would be a dirt bike and all the gear. Give up the keys to the 600 and spend the summer tearing it up on the dirt... race every single day. It just might save your life.

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Peruvian, with all due respect, slow down... If you were my 16 year old kid and dead set on riding and potentially stunting, my very next purchase for you would be a dirt bike and all the gear. Give up the keys to the 600 and spend the summer tearing it up on the dirt... race every single day. It just might save your life.

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im not gonna start stuntin for a while.. i was just saying a want 2.. !!! ill be careful.. ill try my best to not do any stupid stuff cause i dont wanna die young.. i "might" just get a 150... or some like dat and just have some fun with it... and get the experience and then move to a bigger bike. maybe!
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get a honda 50cc...a little bike teaches your big things,plus you can install a clutch kit on one for cheap...then they are gangsta
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Tell you what, I'm just about as young as you are.

I tried to stunt a 50cc bike at one of the meet and greets. Lopped at, due to the fact that it was waaay different than a street bike. Hurt my ankle bad enough where I was not able to ride for a week.
Get some seat time. I'm on my 7 thousand of street time and I still feel like I'm a total n00b.
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stunt that GSXR. or bring it out and i'll take care of it for you.

BTW, annoying my fiancee isnt going to get you very far.
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stunt that GSXR. or bring it out and i'll take care of it for you.

BTW, annoying my fiancee isnt going to get you very far.
nahh haha ur crazy man.. i wont stunt that gixxer... not yet?? i dont wanna drop it and mess it all up...
oh yeah i wanted 2 go to that meet last wed. i couldnt make it tho... i wanna see yall stunt! are yall going to have a meet this wed??
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you can get a motorcycle license at 16 years old? my lil bro in law wants to get a bike but they told him that the only bike he could get a license for is a 250cc bike...im just wondering....
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you can get a motorcycle license at 16 years old? my lil bro in law wants to get a bike but they told him that the only bike he could get a license for is a 250cc bike...im just wondering....
yeah but only when ur 15... when u turn 16 u can get whatever u want! as long as u take msf!! when ur under 18 u cant get your license if u dont take the class.
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yeah im thinkin about gettin a 150... they have a clutch right??? i heard 50's dont.. i want one with a clutch!
If you want ,come to the thursday northside , and watch us ride little kid bikes.
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where is it??
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i like how excited you get "!!" lol
THANKS!!! haha
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