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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheYellaBrick's Avatar
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    A well done and fun vid.....

    ...even if you don't like 'Drifting'

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te0V7...layer_embedded
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    Cool video. Thanks! Hey,its even got one of those sneaky lil helicopters in it! :lol:
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    ive been riding bikes all my life and im amazed at what they can do today. of course the bikes have most of it but the boys that ride them damn things are the best ive ever seen,i hate all import bikes but you cant do that crap on a harley. and i dont have the nerve to do what they do!and i thought i wasnt afraid of anything,wrong.but i still want to go to the backroads of my youth and have a go at it one more time .if i dont get killed, i will atleast die happy knowing i still have it.lol. thanks DD. oh by the way, hows the paper towel thing workin out.and how much did you say they sold for.

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    Ken, you have a PM....or is it PS......or PMS.....or PIS.... :shock: :shock: :shock: 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
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    :cry: Outlaw,you hate all import bikes? You cut me deep brother :cry: :wink:


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    im sorry olds, but man im a biker from back in the day.our saying was id rather push my harley than ride a honda!.and ive pushed my share.lol

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    :lol: :lol: They're all good in my book. I don't care what I'm riding,lust as long as I am riding
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    So what would you guys classify this bike then? Import or domestic? I have been tossing the idea of getting me one of these when I am done with Afghanistan for awhile now.




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    It's H-D based so most guys will call it domestic or even go as far as to call it "American" built. We havent had a 100% USA built bike in years.
    But it really deosnt matter. I dont like to classify bikes,or cars, like that.

    I have two classes: 1-i will own it
    2-i won't own it

    If you dig it,ride it! All I want in any vehicle,2 or 4 wheeled, is fast,dependable and comfortable.

    My ol' imported Honda is bone stock. It weighs a little under 500 lbs and had 76 hp in 1976 when it was built. It'll do 120 in third gear(its a 5 speed)with plenty of room to spare and gets 45-50 mpg.I'm too big aof a wimp to wrap the speedo past the 150 mark like my Dad used to with his.He put over 100,000 miles on his CB750 and never replaced a single part. I love a CB750. They are just too fast and dependable for the money invested. That pic above of my bike,I have a total of $800 in that bike and $300 of that is tires. I am in the market for a nice Triumph if the $$$ is right,though.



    Ok guys,the Honda commercial over now :lol:
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    Oh,I almost forgot the most important thing

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