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Old 01-16-2012, 02:54 PM   #21
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It would look a lot better with a smaller front tire.
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Old 01-16-2012, 02:57 PM   #22
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I can appreciate flames as decoration, after all they add horsepower. However they need to be kept to a color contrasting silhouette or maybe moderately sized full-color decals applied in performance enhancing locations (near the exhaust or fairing vent cutouts). If you apply a full color flame paint scheme over the entire bike it looks like a meatball unless you're a foot away from it. Anyone riding a bike so colored looks like a monkey humping a meatball.
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Did anyone else casually glance at the photo and assume that it was standing upright without a kickstand, and didn't bother to question that notino because the rear tire is so wide?
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Id ride that to and back, actually I'd probably leave it there.
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:25 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by rc51rider View Post
I kinda like it!!

For a show bike...
Exactly. Where's the matching trailer because that "bike" has never been ridden
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:32 PM   #26
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Maybe they used this in the new Ghost Rider movie "Spirit of Vengeance." Will be a good one for sure.

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Old 01-16-2012, 04:43 PM   #28
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lol. wheres the front suspension?? the wheel is practically touching the headlight. unless its strapped down like that on purpose.
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Don't you guys know? That was supposed to be the Decepticon"Romp Ranger" in the Transformer, flaming gay cousin of Chromia (Suzuki B-King). Michael Bay commissioned it after LGBT threatened to sue. When the LGBT got "cocky" and demanded Michael Bay work a Coming-Out-Of-Closet scene for Optimus, the Studio hired Johnny Cochran and the Dream Team and forced the Rainbow Brigade to back off.

"Romp Ranger" got canceled and since GM, the principal Sponsor, paid for the movie prop, the bike now belongs to them, which is why it is now in Michigan. The bike was offered to the top execs as a souvenir, but nobody wanted the "Romper Ranger"... so it anomymously shows up on EBay.

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put the stock front end & tire back on along with the other front disc and use it as a drift bike?!?!?
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