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post #1 of 638 (permalink) Old 04-20-2006, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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my new ride

Sold my 85 stang for 3,800 and bought this 02' R6 for 3,500..runs excellent, very comfortable..
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Your bike looks good, and I'll bet that shorty pipe is loud as hell.

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now thats a color I havent seen before. Looks like its in good shape. Enjoy!

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I havnt seen a pipe like that before .. but I bet it is loud as hell ..

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Why would it be louder?
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Why would it be louder?
It wouldn't necesarily be any louder, depending on the construction the can. It would obviously be louder than a longer can made the same way, but if it's got bafflingin it, it would still be quieter than a full size straight through can. If it's a race can, it's loud as hell.

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I thought it was a shorter verson of a strait through can ..

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There's some good racing on today! been watching all morning. I need to get out there and show those guys how to ride......haha.
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Question Who's got the mounting/balancing hookup?

Anyone got a hookup for mounting and balancing motorcycle tires? I was originally gonna go to Cycle Gear in Plano but they seem like a bunch of clowns up there. Any recommendations?
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Anyone got a hookup for mounting and balancing motorcycle tires? I was originally gonna go to Cycle Gear in Plano but they seem like a bunch of clowns up there. Any recommendations?
Go to Nortex cycle in Dallas . 25 per tire takeoff old and put on new ones . 50.00 bucks cash no tax.

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My son getting a little air on the motorcycle.

I thought this was pretty funny. I keep forgetting about this forum .



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LOL! We had a blast at my Mom's just watching the kids hit that little ramp.

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Is that the new TTR-50E? How do you like it? I've been thinking about one of those for my daughter to get started on.

Cool air, BTW.
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awsome .. you shoud have added one mor bag of mulch .. lol ..

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Is that the new TTR-50E? How do you like it? I've been thinking about one of those for my daughter to get started on.

Cool air, BTW.

Nope, that is one of those no name motorcycles. For 350.00 brand new out of the box, I like the shit out of it. Kids down the street have the KLX 110 Kawasaki's. My son from a stop will out run them till they get in the upper gears. Then my son doesn't like to go to fast so he tapers off on the speed. It's supposed to be a 110 cc itself. Honda motor.

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awsome .. you shoud have added one mor bag of mulch .. lol ..

After a couple of endo's he did, I was confident that was high enough.

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After a couple of endo's he did, I was confident that was high enough.

LOL I see your point ..

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He's got dang good form. Elbows up, looking ahead, and he is in the attack position! Can I bring my 50 over and ride too?
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Anyone got a hookup for mounting and balancing motorcycle tires? I was originally gonna go to Cycle Gear in Plano but they seem like a bunch of clowns up there. Any recommendations?
They really pissed me off on there Metzler Tire sale, huge tire sale $150.00 for front and rear, no one to mount and balance tires........."we can do it sometime next week".......lol, your right on the clown part Andy......
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First time poster - long time listener! Whew! Where do I begin? Well, I've wanted a sport bike for quite some time, but never have got around to getting one. I really don't know how to ride very well. Whatever the rung right before 'novice' would be - would be me.

Last night I decided to go for a leisurely cruise when I ran up on a couple of sport bikes. They looked fantastic by the way! '04 R1 and, a GSX-R 600. I knew the second I rolled next to them, they would want a piece and, that's fine by me! We ended up pulling over and talking for quite some time. They were super nice and super cool. I wouldn't go as far as to say as cool as I am, but, I'm sure you get the picture.

So now to my dilemma - what type of bike do you think would best suite the beginner? And, would it be better to buy a new bike, or save the greenbacks and just get a slightly used one? I'd like to get a GSX-R 750 - but, that is a whole lot of bike for not a whole lot of rider. My plan was to progress as a rider and 'grow into' the sport bike. I'd hate to get a bike only to want something with a li'l more zip in the near future. I'm mainly judging my choices thus far by the looks of the bike. I'm such a poser.

Also, right now I'm in the 'kicking the idea around' phase. I'd just like to learn more before I make an executive decision about it one-way-or-another.

Thanks in advance for any helpful tips or suggestions.
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i would think a 600 would be ur best bet for a starter bike. Thats the usual response on here for people wanting to get a bike for the first time. And a slightly used will be cheaper and it wont piss you off as much if u drop or have to set it down.

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i would think a 600 would be ur best bet for a starter bike. Thats the usual response on here for people wanting to get a bike for the first time. And a slightly used will be cheaper and it wont piss you off as much if u drop or have to set it down.
Appreciate the quick response. Would starting out with the 750 be a bad move for someone with my level of skill (or lack thereof)? Also, are there any particular years to stay away from? If I buy used, I won't buy older than '03.
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Appreciate the quick response. Would starting out with the 750 be a bad move for someone with my level of skill (or lack thereof)? Also, are there any particular years to stay away from? If I buy used, I won't buy older than '03.
one of the reasons i have heard to buy a 600 over a 700 is because they will be more " forgiving " ... I just got a bike myself so .. I cant offer too much info ..

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My first street bike was my 04 gsxr 750. I got it brand new in august of '04. I knew the basics of riding a motorcycle before hand (how to operate it, what does what etc. ) I started out simple and literally practiced stops and starts for about an hour.

I think one thing that helped me so far is I am in my early thirtys. I got the bike because I have always loved sportbikes, and knew at a younger age I might do something stupid on a high powered bike.

A 600 is plenty of bike. You will have fun on it. Just becareful, and ride smart. My 750 still spooks me some, but I ride it like a grandma.

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gotta give props to them for hiring hot girls, though. always makes it fun to stop by.

i just bought a manual tire changer. its not complicated, just have to be carefull not to scratch the lips.
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gotta give props to them for hiring hot girls, though. always makes it fun to stop by.

i just bought a manual tire changer. its not complicated, just have to be carefull not to scratch the lips.
The girls aren't that hot. And that's one of the big problems I've noticed up there, they don't know squat about bikes and are SLOW. Everytime I've been there it's mass confusion and you have to wait around 15-30 minutes for everything. Won't be going back.
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people at car/bike shops hardly ever know anything about what they're selling, and what can you expect if they're only getting paid $8/hr? shops can't afford to pay super knowledgable people to run the counter. i never buy anyting in person unless i can get it off the shelf myself, or at least know the part number beforehand to double check them. they've screwed me over TWICE on things i ordered in the past, so i stick with stuff online.
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2 of my buddies went down

Man thats one thing I never want to see again. Watching 2 of my cloesest friends collide on the highway on bikes. It was at around 7:00pm by walnut Hill. I'm not for sure if thats Loop 12, or 635 or what. But its right pass speedzone. One of the guys was riding a 06 R1 (its totalled), he walked away. But I just got off the phone from him and he might have a broken hipbone. And just alittle road rash (not much). He was wearing leather jacket and gloves(just bought them yesterday ) and a helmet.

Now for my other buddy he was riding a 05 Honda VTX (cruiser, not for sure if its total or not). Not gear, just some sunglasses, sleveless shirt and pants. He took a big hit to his head. The guy on the R1 said he hit his head on a city titty. He has pretty bad road rash but should be ok. Right after this happen he was trying to get up and walk. But he is still at the hospital and will be there for a couple of days. They don't want the open wounds to get infected. Also they are wating on the cat scans. If he wasn't such a big guy I think it would have been worse on the head hitting. He is like 6'2 300-350lbs. They prolly went down at around 75-80mph. I have no idea. I was about 4 cars back from them.

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What made them collide?
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Man thats one thing I never want to see again. Watching 2 of my cloesest friends collide on the highway on bikes. It was at around 7:00pm by walnut Hill. I'm not for sure if thats Loop 12, or 635 or what. But its right pass speedzone. One of the guys was riding a 06 R1 (its totalled), he walked away. But I just got off the phone from him and he might have a broken hipbone. And just alittle road rash (not much). He was wearing leather jacket and gloves(just bought them yesterday ) and a helmet.

Now for my other buddy he was riding a 05 Honda VTX (cruiser, not for sure if its total or not). Not gear, just some sunglasses, sleveless shirt and pants. He took a big hit to his head. The guy on the R1 said he hit his head on a city titty. He has pretty bad road rash but should be ok. Right after this happen he was trying to get up and walk. But he is still at the hospital and will be there for a couple of days. They don't want the open wounds to get infected. Also they are wating on the cat scans. If he wasn't such a big guy I think it would have been worse on the head hitting. He is like 6'2 300-350lbs. They prolly went down at around 75-80mph. I have no idea. I was about 4 cars back from them.

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hope theyre going to be ok... just wondering how did they crash into each other?????
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Sorry to hear that, glad they are OK. How did it happen?
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dude im sorry to hear about your buddies, i really am. but it sucks that the guy on the cruiser was ignorant enough not to think he needed gear. that said, i hope they both fully recover and someone learns a lesson from it all.

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Man that sucks. Seeing something similar HELPED make my decision to sell my bike.

Yeah I am a pussy. Thinking of my kids and wife.

That's why I bought another coupe.

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Man that sucks. Seeing something similar HELPED make my decision to sell my bike.

Yeah I am a pussy. Thinking of my kids and wife.

That's why I bought another coupe.
what are you selling?
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pretty much dumb riding, thats why I was like 4-5 cars back from them.

The guy on the R1 was switching lanes (passing a car to) going over the speed limit. Well the VTX was right behind him. As soon as the R1 made the pass and lane swap he saw a cop on the shoulder and hit his brakes. The VTX didn't see the cop nor realize he hit his brakes that hard. And then BAM they hit. I wish I had a cmaera with me to take pics of the back rim on the R1. Boy did that get all fucked up.


I hope they get better to but if they do decide to get back on a bike not to ride like crazy MOFO. Or its goning to kill them. Man I almost thre up in my helmet after seeing it. After I got off my bike I was talking to my buddy on the VTX and he is saying "how is my head" , I said shit your missing part of it.

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shit man...thats insane..that sux
at that time i was at silver city putting on a little stunt show

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pretty much dumb riding, thats why I was like 4-5 cars back from them.

The guy on the R1 was switching lanes (passing a car to) going over the speed limit. Well the VTX was right behind him. As soon as the R1 made the pass and lane swap he saw a cop on the shoulder and hit his brakes. The VTX didn't see the cop nor realize he hit his brakes that hard. And then BAM they hit. I wish I had a cmaera with me to take pics of the back rim on the R1. Boy did that get all fucked up.


I hope they get better to but if they do decide to get back on a bike not to ride like crazy MOFO. Or its goning to kill them. Man I almost thre up in my helmet after seeing it. After I got off my bike I was talking to my buddy on the VTX and he is saying "how is my head" , I said shit your missing part of it.
"ur missing part of it". damn, hope hes ok, saw a buddy of mine flip his triumph street bike and know the feeling of wanting to throw up in your helmet. nothin like watchin a buddy go down hard...
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seriously tho brandon i hope i didn't come off snide. i really do hope they walk away from this all relatively unharmed, and learn from it.
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Dang that sucks. Hopefully the crash will make a difference and some people will start wearing some gear because of it.
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ahhhhh. ok sorry, im looking to get a bike soon and cant find one for a reasonable price around where i live. know any place to get the hook up. dont really need anything big. im 5'4 130lbs. and ive only been riding a short time only on friends bikes. i am mature enought though not to go out and drive crazy, seen people go down hard and seen the aftermath so im actually scared of them. need1 more for gas mileage than performance altough performance is nice...
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