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post #601 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 12:24 PM
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I still play it on my original sega..... i have road rash 2 lol
man this game was the Sh**.....
I wish Road rash would come out on ps2 or xbox oh well my rant is over....
I love hitting people with a chain or pepper spray while riding...

I loved those games! I think I may still have some codes for either Road Rash 2 or 3 on the Sega Genesis. I think there were Road Rash 3D and Road Rash Jailbreak for the PS1. There was supposed to be one for PS2 but I think it got cancelled.
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post #602 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 12:34 PM
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road rash kicked some major ass on genesis. the ps1 games just weren't the same.
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post #603 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 12:35 PM
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LMAO!

One thing I didn't see mentioned is wearing some thin rubber gloves (those disposable type that paramedics and such use) under your leather gloves to help cut out the wind and to help trap in heat.

I personaly need to buy a new jacket. My new Fieldsheer AirSpeed Leather Jacket is fully perforated (chest and sleeves) and flows air about as good as a mesh jacket. Needless to say that it's fucking cold on the way home from work at 11pm-midnight because of all the air it flows particularly in the sleeves. Plus it has no liner

yea i thought about the gloves, but havent tried them....on the weekends i get off at 6am, and its cold as balls outside. have to go about 25 mins at highway speeds in a mesh jacket. but it has a liner and is not to bad

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I wish Road rash would come out on ps2 or xbox ...
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post #605 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 01:22 PM
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i still play excite bike. i have the NES emulator on my work computer so i can play it.

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post #606 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 01:26 PM
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post #607 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 01:32 PM
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Wow that is the best idea I have heard I am going to have to try that tomorrow I hope it rains also in case I over heat the tires to much
What? First thing I like to do when I get to the end of my road is standup on it at about 20 in second and put it up on one and ride till the next turn!
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post #608 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 01:40 PM
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i still play excite bike. i have the NES emulator on my work computer so i can play it.
fuck all that, i still have my nes and the originaly excitebike cartridge.
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post #609 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 02:19 PM
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Thinking about trading my Buell for something else!

I am thinking about trading my Buell XB9S lightning for something else. I really like the bike but my girlfriends family is very much against motorcycles. I am not usually swayed by others nor do I feel as though I am going to die on this bike. I do however respect my significant others Grandmother and Mother who lost as son/brother to motorcycles and absolutely hates them now. I have not riden this bike around them and they don't know of it. I am am a 33 yr old father of one and I value this relationship more than I value this bike so if you know anyone who has a vehicle pretty much equal in value it books out at $6200, clear title in hand, has brand tires less than 500 miles on both(warranty on tires), 984cc Harley v-twin engine, serviced by Harley since new, 8500 miles on it, new belt replaced at 8000 miles, garaged, after market exhaust, other custom add ons. I was reluctant to give it up and was just going to wait until spring. I figured why not, worst case I just leave it set in the garage until spring when something comes along I really like or sell it on ebay.
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post #610 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 02:23 PM
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if your considering the zzr600 why not just get the 636? price difference isnt harldy anything.
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post #611 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 02:28 PM
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Will someone here buy me a new back tire

I need one.

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post #612 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 02:29 PM
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I have a pretty fresh dunlop 190 you can have for 50$.

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post #613 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 02:31 PM
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Will someone buy me a new '06 R6?

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post #614 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 02:32 PM
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that must be worth something by now lucky bastard

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See if you can trade this dude a tire for an R6...

https://www.dfwstangs.net/forums/showthread.php?t=269092
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See if you can trade this dude a tire for an R6...

https://www.dfwstangs.net/forums/showthread.php?t=269092
theres an idea!
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post #618 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 03:20 PM
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that was gay

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post #619 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 03:21 PM
 
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My god it takes forever for D208's to warm up these cold morning. I was burning the shit out of out of ever corner until I got to work. I think I might get some tire warmers and leave them on overnight
quit being cheap and gets som diablos or some pilot powers.. they heat up quick and are way softer than 208's
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post #620 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 03:38 PM
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that was gay
What? You asking people to buy you a new tire? Yeah, it kinda was...
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weaving doesnt do shit. this isnt NASCAR

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post #622 of 648 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 04:12 PM
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u are going to trade one bike for another bike?? its not the bike that causes accidents ... GL though

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u are going to trade one bike for another bike?? its not the bike that causes accidents ... GL though
ditto

and for a chick??!! Please turn in your balls at the front desk on your way out.
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u are going to trade one bike for another bike?? its not the bike that causes accidents ... GL though
Nah I am just going to trade it for something else worth the same. IE truck, car, jet skis, etc.
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and for a chick??!! Please turn in your balls at the front desk on your way out.
I am going to have to ask you to shut the fuck up, have a good evening!
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there located at royal lane and I35. They have one inside but not for sure if it's for sale. Also if i remember it's the race version but could be wrong. Doesn't hurt to call #'s 972-243-5995
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Jeremy who?
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Jeremy who?
I don't know his last name, was just getting to know him. Our friend David just got through airbrushing his bike. He died last night on his bike, that's all that I know right now, I just got a text message from Gary. He was a pretty cool guy.
I doubt if alot of people on here knew him and I doubt if he was a member.

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Don't know him, but RIP. Always sad hearing another person die...
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Good luck. I have been thinking of getting rid of my bike too. I barley get to ride it as much as I like. Also, people are just careless and can really care less about someone on a motorcycle. People almost run into my car several times a weeks in traffic let alone my motorcycle. People just piss me off and have really taken the enjoyable factor out of riding b/c you always have to watch out for these a$$holes. Last time I rode some guy in a truck almost ran up my a$$ b/c traffic was moving too slow for him and he was getting impatient. It is always something like that.
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whos Jermey and what was his user name on here?

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i think you are making a good choice, you have a kid and a serious gf that maybe something more down the road??

i on the other hand are looking to buy a bike... cause i'm 20 which = young, dumb, and full of cum... right ...

would you be willing to do payments or do ya want cash??
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i think you are making a good choice, you have a kid and a serious gf that maybe something more down the road??

i on the other hand are looking to buy a bike... cause i'm 20 which = young, dumb, and full of cum... right ...

would you be willing to do payments or do ya want cash??
lol i was thinking the same thing
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there located at royal lane and I35. They have one inside but not for sure if it's for sale. Also if i remember it's the race version but could be wrong. Doesn't hurt to call #'s 972-243-5995
thanks ill check it out.
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Well good! Thanks for schooling me. Is there anything that can be done to help warm up tires?

BTW, F1 cars do the same weaving on the warm up laps I would assume to warm up the tires.




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Well good! Thanks for schooling me. Is there anything that can be done to help warm up tires?

BTW, F1 cars do the same weaving on the warm up laps I would assume to warm up the tires.
F1 cars also have ALOT more weight pushing down on those tires and have alot higher lateral G's when they do that therefore creating more heat.

with bikes, either be patient or use warmers.

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F1 cars also have ALOT more weight pushing down on those tires and have alot higher lateral G's when they do that therefore creating more heat.

with bikes, either be patient or use warmers.
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I'll give you front a rear dunlop 208s for 20 bucks. Font has a lot of life left. Rear has about 2k easy miles and maybe 1k hard miles left.
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