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Old 02-23-2007, 07:22 PM   #81
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Wanting cops to obey laws like the rest of us is a dream. We all know they do not do it. When they get pulled over by other cops they show their badge and get off. They call it "professional courtasy". Didn't mean to ruffle feathers but it is the truth. As for speeding, yes I do it SOMETIMES. I am a professional driver. I make my living with my license. I've had 1 speeding ticket my whole life and no at fault accidents. I can talk.
Dude, Im done with it this conversation. The poor guy is dead. It was my mistake to get all fired up and up a RIP thread. I said my apologies for that and I have moved on.
So again. RIP.
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Old 02-24-2007, 02:59 PM   #82
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very sad !!! R.I.P.
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Old 02-27-2007, 07:11 PM   #83
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yeh, that was him.... he sell it local?
I dunno.
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Old 02-27-2007, 09:11 PM   #84
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any 1 knows what size of this SV650's front brakes -a 290 or 298mm ? and may be 240-245mm in rear ?
if our "lovely fellow rider" slamed his front brakes only - his bike might "stoped or stoppy" and impact force is minimal to "flip" this 4Runer suv...the running board and framed designed veh. does not "collapse" much to reduce impact force like most "stamped steel floor pan" veh.
the SV650's front forks does not look like "pushed back".very tought case for law enforcement to investigate.
i'd hitted an "gotten angry at her husband" lady's car when she backed out her drive way into street that i was at 48-50 mph sunday's ride at full force,no brakes(no time to brake) just tried to ver to left but not enough and end up over other side of her car.the front forks of my bike and "soft metal" of her right rear quater panel of an 1988 nissan sentra help reduce the impact.i got crushed lower left arm (still have 2 fraction plates in now) and internal bleeding at spleen and broken pelvis and broken left knee.
nihaikitty ! when some vehs suddenly in front of your way of travel,we have no where to go - most the times we may have enough time to ver to either left or right if we keep scanning our mirrors for both sides comming traffic.
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Old 02-27-2007, 09:23 PM   #85
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again, we don't know how it happen !!!
the "practice" that our "stunt" fellows does "stoped or stoppy" will do a lot of help in this case.
i have in mind that our "lovely rider" had braked hard on his bike and slides his bike and suv ran over bike and him and roled itself on a side !!!
may we pray for his spirit to rest in peace and his family in the comfort of the Lord and the recovery of suv driver !!!!
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