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Old 08-03-2008, 12:36 AM   #21
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See thread here...
http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...ght=ghostrider

Sounds like a typical Yamaha owner to me
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Hummers are fricking ultra excessively slow. Mustangs are slow...camaros (note the spelling here) are fairly slow (don't recall ever seeing an LSX police car in town, but I might be wrong), Vettes are quick (again don't recall seeing a LSX powered vette here although I am sure there are a couple).

Just clarifying your statement though.
1. Re: Yamaha owners: kiss my .
2. Re: slow mustangs: I've owned a few that would give your bike a run for its money. So I guess your bike is slow.
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Old 08-03-2008, 01:43 AM   #22
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1. Re: Yamaha owners: kiss my .
2. Re: slow mustangs: I've owned a few that would give your bike a run for its money. So I guess your bike is slow.
agreed on 1....and 2...i believe he is talking about mustang police cars....those are slow.

I use to have an older mustang that would outrun my bike as well
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Old 08-03-2008, 02:12 AM   #23
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you cant out run a radio lol
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Old 08-03-2008, 02:23 AM   #24
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you cant out run a radio lol
Maybe not , but you can out hide a radio if your good .
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Old 08-03-2008, 04:39 AM   #25
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1. Re: Yamaha owners: kiss my .
2. Re: slow mustangs: I've owned a few that would give your bike a run for its money. So I guess your bike is slow.

1. Re: Kiss my : I heard it has herpes....so that is a negative
2. Re: I've owned a few that would give your bike a run for its money: It was pertaining to a police packaged Mustangs. I wasn't talking about 1320; I am not too sure what a Mustang is drag limited to, but I am guessing somewhere around 170 (I may be completely out of the ballpark) but that isn't fast...if you think it is well welcome to 2008 where factory stock 4 doors have broken the 200mph barrier.
3. Re: So I guess your bike is slow: It is...never said it was fast. It sure looks good though

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agreed on 1....and 2...i believe he is talking about mustang police cars....those are slow.

I use to have an older mustang that would outrun my bike as well
I was and I know there are a lot of cars faster than bikes. Some cars can even sustain those high speeds over long distances.
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Old 08-03-2008, 08:16 AM   #26
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Man i wanted to comment on this(teasing cops)-(catch me if you can) but i'll get flamed .




so what
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Old 08-03-2008, 01:29 PM   #27
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way to focus on the vehicle spellings.... your missing the point all together

I will admit that it took a serious amount of ball factor to do it. However, that little stunt will rest in the minds of the officers who delt with the situation. So next time one of you are out riding around, minding your own business, and get jacked up by that "dumb cop cause you didn't do anything at all," you have Mr. Big to thank.

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Old 08-03-2008, 01:29 PM   #28
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so what
I agree...who cares if you get flamed. Life would be boring without a little entertainment and laughter
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Old 08-03-2008, 01:31 PM   #29
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I will admit that it took a serious amount of ball factor to do it. However, that little stunt will rest in the minds of the officers who delt with the situation. So next time one of you are out riding around, minding your own business, and get jacked up by that "dumb cop cause you didn't do anything at all," you have Mr. Big to thank.

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way to focus on the vehilce spellings.... your missing the point all together

I will admit that it took a serious amount of ball factor to do it. However, that little stunt will rest in the minds of the officers who delt with the situation. So next time one of you are out riding around, minding your own business, and get jacked up by that "dumb cop cause you didn't do anything at all," you have Mr. Big to thank.
Not everyone on here hates cops. They are people too and have good days along with bad. If they want to yank me over for nothing they have the right to do so (officers discretion plus everything is relative in the eye of the beholder), but I am completely legit and they can check all they want. If they write me up for something and I don't deserve it then I contact my lawyer.
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Old 08-03-2008, 05:58 PM   #31
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Not everyone on here hates cops. They are people too and have good days along with bad. If they want to yank me over for nothing they have the right to do so (officers discretion plus everything is relative in the eye of the beholder), but I am completely legit and they can check all they want. If they write me up for something and I don't deserve it then I contact my lawyer.
my next door neighbor is a cop and he is cool. we go out riding togather all the time, he said that there is alot of officers though who hate on sportbikes and they will find any way to write you a ticket
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Old 08-03-2008, 06:33 PM   #32
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I dunno...but that's actually pretty bad .

I wonder if that guy has a wheel barrel to carry around his .
Why do people, especially young people, confuse STUPIDITY with bravery?

It doesn't take to antagonize a cop in a car if you know the area and are pretty sure you can get away. It does take some stupidity to do it on a lark cuz if you screw up and get caught the consequences are severe. Then theres always that chance that you up and die. I guess big = small IQ.
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I'm faster than my ipod...
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Old 08-03-2008, 07:49 PM   #34
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I was talking to some of the other riders about somthing like this today and basically in different words from everyone i heard.
" yeah i CAN run from you but i won't i know i can get away but i don't feel like dealing with it id rather pull over then get extra stacked tickets when i fail to outrun a radio"
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Old 08-03-2008, 08:40 PM   #35
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Why do people, especially young people, confuse STUPIDITY with bravery?
They, and adults too, mistake 'no fear' with bravery and therefore, respect of some kind of course that's only something to leverage until he gets caught, or killed, so sooner or later, he'll have FAIL tatooed on his @ss. A moron waiting to prove it to his clan...

Anybody can be brave - what's pathetic is the people who would respect his version of it...
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Idiot.

Risking his own life, risking others' lives. Talk about immature.

I never really noticed how many people ride without proper gear until I started reading up on motorcycles and on here.

Everywhere I go in the SW, I never see anyone with ample gear. At most, it's a helmet. I can see why there are so many motorcycle related deaths.

I've never seen anyone wear motorcycle boots either.
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Idiot.

Risking his own life, risking others' lives. Talk about immature.

I never really noticed how many people ride without proper gear until I started reading up on motorcycles and on here.

Everywhere I go in the SW, I never see anyone with ample gear. At most, it's a helmet. I can see why there are so many motorcycle related deaths.

I've never seen anyone wear motorcycle boots either.
I normally ride with helmet, jacket gloves...

30% of the time, Ill wear my boots.
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I dunno...but that's actually pretty bad .

I wonder if that guy has a wheel barrel to carry around his .
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I'll wear my boots as soon as i buy some, but helmet (always), Jacket/gloves (most of the time)
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I normally ride with helmet, jacket gloves...

30% of the time, Ill wear my boots.
Yeah me also

What's funny is that people get all holier than on the internet. Then when you ride with them in person this one doesn't have their M class, that one is riding dirty, their bike hasn't been registered in X amount of years, their inspection sticker is out, the bike isn't street legal, they wear little or no gear, they are genuine ...and the list goes on.

But guess what we still ride together
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