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Old 12-29-2008, 02:00 PM   #21
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Don't skimp on gear, it is a decision and investment that you won't regret the first time you have a get off while wearing it. Just my 2c...

BTW, I never got around to selling my new Teknic Speedstar suit sz44 US, still wanting $900 for it if anybody is interested.
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Old 12-29-2008, 05:23 PM   #22
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so i went to cycle gear and they have the frank thomas suit i was looking at. now i tried on a 44 and it fit sooo good. thighs felt good but in the knees were a little loose. is that the way its supposed to feel. and then i tried on a 46 with a dainese back protector and that felt good too but the knees were really loose. now i k now alot of people just take out the foam pad and put in thier own back protector. i can stand to loose a few pounds and fit a back protector in a 44. which one should i get. also the 46 came in a black and white which id really love to have, just dont know how its supposed to feel like from the knees down. went to Motorcycles Unlimited but they were closed otherwise i would know what size i need.
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Old 12-29-2008, 05:32 PM   #23
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so i went to cycle gear and they have the frank thomas suit i was looking at. now i tried on a 44 and it fit sooo good. thighs felt good but in the knees were a little loose. is that the way its supposed to feel. and then i tried on a 46 with a dainese back protector and that felt good too but the knees were really loose. now i k now alot of people just take out the foam pad and put in thier own back protector. i can stand to loose a few pounds and fit a back protector in a 44. which one should i get. also the 46 came in a black and white which id really love to have, just dont know how its supposed to feel like from the knees down. went to Motorcycles Unlimited but they were closed otherwise i would know what size i need.
the knees will be loose in the standing position, you must get down in your riding position when fitting a suit on.
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Old 12-29-2008, 05:48 PM   #24
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did that and and the 44 felt really good. now with a back protector are they all a standard thickness or can you get ones that are thin. didnt try teh 44 on with the back protector on. but it had the foam in it so i guess it would make room for one.
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did that and and the 44 felt really good. now with a back protector are they all a standard thickness or can you get ones that are thin. didnt try teh 44 on with the back protector on. but it had the foam in it so i guess it would make room for one.
Go to Motorcycles Unlimited tomorrow and get sized properly
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yeah its already on the books. first thing im doing when i get out of school. then going to CG with cdill and hes gonna help me further.
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