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Old 04-25-2009, 11:27 AM   #21
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this is so cool n unique.. very rare to find in this imaculate cond. !! congrats
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:06 PM   #22
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Thanks. I was really lucky to find it. I had looked at it a few months ago and had to pass due to all the economic stuff. The guy took it off the market then and called me to let me know it was going back up. I figured it was worth unloading the other bikes to get it.

I never liked these from pictures, but in person, the Italian design comes out and sucked me right in.

Can't wait to take it out and run it hard. The brief ride I took on it sure felt stronger than my older 900 SS/SP's I had and they were all modified to the hilt. I'm not sure, but I imagine it is making around 80 HP in it's stock configuration with the only change being the Corse Ti exhaust and 39 flatslides, but with only 370 lbs or so, it feels like more. I don't have any desire to mod the engine at all above those relatively basic changes.
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