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Old 04-01-2009, 12:56 AM   #61
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[quote=lanzer913;1876973][QUOTE=wheelie_king;1876579]Thats a good bike gone to waist!
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some might say the same about riding a bike on the back wheel and dropping in on the ground a 100x while learning and praticing stunting. sounds like that might be a waste of a good bike too.


dont trash talk about what some one does with there bike when you dont use your own like it was designed to. Wheelie_king



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true.. but alot of stunters buy bikes that are crashed or have salvaged titles and no one wants them anymore pretty much we build them back up and use them because they are still great bikes!

My bike was designed for the track pretty much all sport bikes were... But i dont have the funds for that so i use back roads for that or stick to the lot.
Your bike was also meant for the track not for just cruising and saying look at my bike its cool.... so your not using yours like it was designed to.

You should sell your bike ASAP because your just crusing on your bike so buy a cruiser and cruise!

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Old 04-01-2009, 11:18 AM   #62
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true.. but alot of stunters buy bikes that are crashed or have salvaged titles and no one wants them anymore pretty much we build them back up and use them because they are still great bikes!

My bike was designed for the track pretty much all sport bikes were... But i dont have the funds for that so i use back roads for that or stick to the lot.
Your bike was also meant for the track not for just cruising and saying look at my bike its cool.... so your not using yours like it was designed to.

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so exactly....you dont use your bike like its supposed to be used and according to you he doesnt use his like YOU think it should be used....so what???? he put up pics showing his bike not asking people if they think he is using it for the proper purpose. there are plenty of people who have bikes for cruising....who gives a .....really.
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Extensions are dangerous. I would strongly advise you not ever attempt to carry passengers unless you want to spend money on an extended swingarm.

Beyond that, I still think the bike is ugly. A 600cc R bike is a very focused tool. You've taken it, and made it incapable of doing any of the things it was designed to do while at the same time not ADDING and new abilities.
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Extensions are dangerous. I would strongly advise you not ever attempt to carry passengers unless you want to spend money on an extended swingarm.

Beyond that, I still think the bike is ugly. A 600cc R bike is a very focused tool. You've taken it, and made it incapable of doing any of the things it was designed to do while at the same time not ADDING and new abilities.
i dont ride passenger !!!!! and im pretty sure my bike was designed for riding and thats what i do, i ride it and very happy with everything about it.
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im pretty sure my bike was designed for riding and thats what i do
pretty sure your bike was designed for a very specific type of sport riding which it can no longer do. But hey, its your bike. Just know that a decent number of people that are eyeballing your bike aren't doing so because they think its cool....they're doing so because they think you've destroyed a perfectly good sporting motorcycle
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pretty sure your bike was designed for a very specific type of sport riding which it can no longer do. But hey, its your bike. Just know that a decent number of people that are eyeballing your bike aren't doing so because they think its cool....they're doing so because they think you've destroyed a perfectly good sporting motorcycle
if they dont like it they shouldnt look
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what difference does it make if its a 600. it looks good.
it does but i didnt think you needed extensions on a 600 for drag racing. i could be wrong though. i dont know anything about it
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pretty sure your bike was designed for a very specific type of sport riding which it can no longer do. But hey, its your bike. Just know that a decent number of people that are eyeballing your bike aren't doing so because they think its cool....they're doing so because they think you've destroyed a perfectly good sporting motorcycle
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so exactly....you dont use your bike like its supposed to be used and according to you he doesnt use his like YOU think it should be used....so what???? he put up pics showing his bike not asking people if they think he is using it for the proper purpose. there are plenty of people who have bikes for cruising....who gives a .....really.
i didnt say his thread was about his bike not being used for the right purpose im just stating my opinionhe's the one that said stunting is a waist of a bike...
I bought my bike crashed but if i had the funds like you ms.gixxergirl i would put all this race stuff on my 636 and go to the track .But i enjoy riding allen prkway, 529, river and other great roads here in houston so thats why i stay in the lot or just ride the turns... Just saying they make cruisers for his style of riding if he wants to stretch a perfectly good sport bike why not get a chopper and do that. To me this guy is just a simple squid squid who buys a bike to show off just my thought....

But your right who gives a to each his own!
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i didnt say his thread was about his bike not being used for the right purpose im just stating my opinionhe's the one that said stunting is a waist of a bike...
I bought my bike crashed but if i had the funds like you ms.gixxergirl i would put all this race stuff on my 636 and go to the track .But i enjoy riding allen prkway, 529, river and other great roads here in houston so thats why i stay in the lot or just ride the turns... Just saying they make cruisers for his style of riding if he wants to stretch a perfectly good sport bike why not get a chopper and do that. To me this guy is just a simple squid squid who buys a bike to show off just my thought....

But your right who gives a to each his own!
Im going to let this topic go... peace!




everyone needs to just leave this thread alone, and i was planning on buying a hard knocks customs to just have as a rolling body...cause i like the looks.
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i didnt say his thread was about his bike not being used for the right purpose im just stating my opinionhe's the one that said stunting is a waist of a bike...
I bought my bike crashed but if i had the funds like you ms.gixxergirl i would put all this race stuff on my 636 and go to the track .But i enjoy riding allen prkway, 529, river and other great roads here in houston so thats why i stay in the lot or just ride the turns... Just saying they make cruisers for his style of riding if he wants to stretch a perfectly good sport bike why not get a chopper and do that. To me this guy is just a simple squid squid who buys a bike to show off just my thought....

But your right who gives a to each his own!
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are you serious ???? i have more time and years on two wheels then youve had a drivers license.

this aint my first rodeo, this is my third bike iv owned since 2002. my first bike was all about turns and canyon rides. i wanted something differnt. if i wanted crazy amounts of speed i would have stretched a 1000, i got all i need and all i want with this 600.

to each is his own is the best thing youve said yet !

ya dont like it, fine dont look at it ,plain and simple.
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looks pimp man. like the murdered out look
thanks i gotta get a few more things black like the levers and the windscreen.

someone said somthing about some sprey tint stuff that works good on turnsignals so im try it this weekend on some old turnsignals and see how it comes out.
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i didnt say his thread was about his bike not being used for the right purpose im just stating my opinionhe's the one that said stunting is a waist of a bike...
I bought my bike crashed but if i had the funds like you ms.gixxergirl i would put all this race stuff on my 636 and go to the track .But i enjoy riding allen prkway, 529, river and other great roads here in houston so thats why i stay in the lot or just ride the turns... Just saying they make cruisers for his style of riding if he wants to stretch a perfectly good sport bike why not get a chopper and do that. To me this guy is just a simple squid squid who buys a bike to show off just my thought....

But your right who gives a to each his own!
Im going to let this topic go... peace!
hmmm....really....funds like me huh??? you must know bout some funds that i dont know about....and what race stuff????
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are you serious ???? i have more time and years on two wheels then youve had a drivers license.

this aint my first rodeo, this is my third bike iv owned since 2002. my first bike was all about turns and canyon rides. i wanted something differnt. if i wanted crazy amounts of speed i would have stretched a 1000, i got all i need and all i want with this 600.

to each is his own is the best thing youve said yet !

ya dont like it, fine dont look at it ,plain and simple.
your bike looks good man just not into the stretching swing arm stuff you should tint your headlights, singnals and rear light but a light tint not to dark... would look sick then it will be fully murderd
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your bike looks good man just not into the stretching swing arm stuff you should tint your headlights, singnals and rear light but a light tint not to dark... would look sick then it will be fully murderd
i dont kno yet about the head ligh cause it getts really hot when running for along time and i dont kno how that sprey tint holds up to high heat but signals for sure
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