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Re: new retro bikes

Unread post by HYPERR » Sun Apr 28, 2013 1:33 pm

High_Side wrote:
pyronano wrote: I was looking at one whats up?
Budget for the termi kit (cans, air filter and ECU if you want it to run correctly), budget for suspension to replace the utter sh!t that the bike comes with. If you can get past this, plus never feel the need to see the battery, it will serve you well.

Not that I'm bitter.....

Actually, if the bike had been better I wouldn't have moved on to own the KTM Superduke I have now - and that would have been the real tragedy :mrgreen:
Don't forget the swelling tanks.
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Re: new retro bikes

Unread post by High_Side » Sun Apr 28, 2013 5:03 pm

HYPERR wrote:
High_Side wrote:
pyronano wrote: I was looking at one whats up?
Budget for the termi kit (cans, air filter and ECU if you want it to run correctly), budget for suspension to replace the utter sh!t that the bike comes with. If you can get past this, plus never feel the need to see the battery, it will serve you well.

Not that I'm bitter.....

Actually, if the bike had been better I wouldn't have moved on to own the KTM Superduke I have now - and that would have been the real tragedy :mrgreen:
Don't forget the swelling tanks.
Still have one in the garage...

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Re: new retro bikes

Unread post by pyronano » Fri May 10, 2013 12:38 am

High_Side wrote:
HYPERR wrote:
High_Side wrote:
pyronano wrote: I was looking at one whats up?
Budget for the termi kit (cans, air filter and ECU if you want it to run correctly), budget for suspension to replace the utter sh!t that the bike comes with. If you can get past this, plus never feel the need to see the battery, it will serve you well.

Not that I'm bitter.....

Actually, if the bike had been better I wouldn't have moved on to own the KTM Superduke I have now - and that would have been the real tragedy :mrgreen:
Don't forget the swelling tanks.
Still have one in the garage...
Man i thoght those where soo cool. Its 2 bad 2 here they are kind of lame

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