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Old 02-19-2006, 10:02 PM   #21
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are you callin him out? or allowing him to drive your car? I'm confused? Good looking car though, got any more pics you can show us?
hopt he's not calling mwe out...its hard to win a race with a gixxer that isnt there. and the minibike just isnt the 11 second beast it used to be!
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:04 PM   #22
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wheres a good site to look for used bikes?
Ebay is your friend.....use it...

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dont mess with a used p.o.s., couple grand more=brand new.
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:05 PM   #24
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i still have that exhaust wrap for you paul. I was at sara's last night, but i forgot to bring it with me. I'll put it in my truck so i never forget again!
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i still have that exhaust wrap for you paul. I was at sara's last night, but i forgot to bring it with me. I'll put it in my truck so i never forget again!
thanks sir...my legs will love you for it...ive burned them at least 2 mor times from wheelies....haha
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hey noob, Pete has a gixxer 1000 for sale, it will haul your around.
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dont mess with a used p.o.s., couple grand more=brand new.
so far every piece of advice you have given him has been horible lol,

first off i wouldnt get a busa sense you said you dont have any riding experience,

i would go take the msf talk to the instructer about good bikes to start on based on how well you did at the course,

look for a bike on craigslist and stay away from stubbs
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:09 PM   #28
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so far every piece of advice you have given him has been horible lol,

first off i wouldnt get a busa sense you said you dont have any riding experience,

i would go take the msf talk to the instructer about good bikes to start on based on how well you did at the course,

look for a bike on craigslist and stay away from stubbs
+1 on stayin away from stubbs unless ur with pepe i hear he gets good deals
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im callin him out it sounded like he was hatin on me callin me a poser or some thin.
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:12 PM   #30
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I agree to disagree with Zero. You should take the msf class. If you're responsible, and mature I'd say go with the Busa. What other choice does he have? We should take a vote, everyone that thinks the new cat should get a Busa AFTER taking the MSF class raise your hand.
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uh oh, we have a tough guy, with a fast car. LOL Don't take offense to any of us, we're all family. BTW, i'm sure most bikes would pull that car.
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i'll wheelie by u i dunno about pullin from ya tho...haha
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I say no busa. callin out flip is not a sign of maturity, no busa for him.
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2swanga, Jake got that clutch fixed yet?
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is there a big diffrence in size between a 600 and 1000
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2swanga, Jake got that clutch fixed yet?
yup i wanted to cruise today he called me and was like im gonan go eat ill call u back and never called but it was a really cold day today
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no offense but,excuse me i dunno many that will pull on my SGP Racing Twin Turbo setup, so go to the track and try to run 11.32s like my 17 year old .
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no offense but,excuse me i dunno many that will pull on my SGP Racing Twin Turbo setup, so go to the track and try to run 11.32s like my 17 year old .
dude ur 17? ur parents buy u all that kool stuff err wut? and im pretty sure theres bikes that can beat that man
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As far as what to do first, take the MSF so you can learn to ride.
Comfort??? Not going to find it on a sport bike. The busa is like a Caddy, but it is probably a bit much bike for a beginner. Different bikes (think small) fit riders differently. Go around and sit on a few to get a good feel for them.
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