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Old 03-26-2009, 07:07 AM   #1
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Old 03-26-2009, 07:11 AM   #4
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Old 03-26-2009, 07:14 AM   #5
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I knew it, you are a Yammi Boy.
who me?????
whatever gave you that idea?
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Picture of the bikes awesome, pictures with the riders SO G A Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
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Picture of the bikes awesome, pictures with the riders SO G A Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
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Awesome pictures, Grinchy!

Minus the riders..........

They could have at least worn their helmets.
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jeez, I thought you were all comfortable with your sexuality in here
Have you forgotten where you are?
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that new r1 is pure secks....might have to pick one up...
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What plastics do the WSS guys run? Is it a YEC bodywork? Do they even make bodywork?

As soon as I get plastics, I'm going to ask Tony to do the WSS paint scheme. That is sick.
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they use the same german company that almost all the top teams use. becker carbon. based out of germany. i had their carbon fairings on one of my old bikes and the quality/fit/finish/durability is top notch. becker-carbon.com

i'll warn you though...the prices are astronomical. but they offer real dry carbon fairings (not the cheap gelcoated you see on ebay) that the top teams in wsbk, wss, motogp, etc use.
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they use the same german company that almost all the top teams use. becker carbon. based out of germany. i had their carbon fairings on one of my old bikes and the quality/fit/finish/durability is top notch. becker-carbon.com

i'll warn you though...the prices are astronomical. but they offer real dry carbon fairings (not the cheap gelcoated you see on ebay) that the top teams in wsbk, wss, motogp, etc use.
Hahaha.....oh no. I just wanted to know. I have no intentions on buying what they use......

Full carbon fairings is a little out of my budget.
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they use the same german company that almost all the top teams use. becker carbon. based out of germany. i had their carbon fairings on one of my old bikes and the quality/fit/finish/durability is top notch. becker-carbon.comi'll warn you though...the prices are astronomical. but they offer real dry carbon fairings (not the cheap gelcoated you see on ebay) that the top teams in wsbk, wss, motogp, etc use.
http://becker-carbon.com/english/about_us_e.php
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