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WOW I bet that hurt like hell when he landed.
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That definitely looks like he's moving faster than his body has the ability to run! LOL! That's the worst feeling ever! He's definitely striding it out though! LOL!
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that avatar rocks?
was that from a movie, i forget?

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that avatar rocks?
was that from a movie, i forget?
The Big Lebowski
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The Big Lebowski

Ah yes!

Thanks for the poster link , fucking hilarious!

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LMAO that great ..

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I'll Join The New Bike Crowd

I sold the SV back in March and told myself that I could make it until next Spring to get another bike... well that pretty much went out the window when my buddy let me ride his '06 1000RR for a day. To make things worse I put an '07 GSXR750 back together for another buddy after he had a low side get off. After a couple of hundred miles on it, I decided I couldn't wait until the spring.

I pretty much have stuck to riding a 600cc bike for the last couple of years so I finally decided it was time to step up to a liter bike. Here she is!!

2002 954RR- Bone stock with only 5600 miles. I got it today for $5300 cash from Craigslist. So far I really like it! I was set on an '04+ 1kRR, but this one will do just fine! Especially for a first liter bike. Sorry for the crappy pictures but I couldn't wait to post them up! BTW for anyone that saw my thread from yesterday, the tires only had 20/22 psi in them front to back. Set it to 32/34 and it is much better!

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the 954's are some bad bikes! have fun!

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Solid choice! I had the very same year and color 954, but no where near as clean.

brute of a bike, should serve you well. I have a spare like-new taillight for it, if you want it as a spare on the off chance you damage yours. $20!

Great bike though seriously, rock solid, have fun and be careful on it!


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Great choice! I figured it was the tires. Low pressure will really make a front end feel heavy. Where did you buy it from?

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Solid choice! I had the very same year and color 954, but no where near as clean.

brute of a bike, should serve you well. I have a spare like-new taillight for it, if you want it as a spare on the off chance you damage yours. $20!

Great bike though seriously, rock solid, have fun and be careful on it!


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Sounds familiar! I have a few spares too if you end-up needing anything. Bike looks clean, be careful!
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Great choice! I figured it was the tires. Low pressure will really make a front end feel heavy. Where did you buy it from?
from a guy out in prosper.
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Nice find Kyle! Damn good deal with the low miles and great price. Can't wait to see it in person.




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i had a bike just like that, i loved it!!
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I've had three 954's. Badass bikes! Awesome balance point.
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Nice bike, thats a hell of lot better (and bigger) then the bike I picked up last week..
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clean 954. good to see that they arent all butchered

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I finally rode to work this morning. The trip from Arlington to Las Colinas sucks, but its much better on the bike! I absolutely love the power this thing makes. It is almost effort less! You can shift at 4-5k and still have plenty of power in the next gear. You can even roll on in 6th at 5k to pass people with ease! This bike is much better than the SV before it!!

Plus it falls into turns quite well and fells really stable. The SV was kind of twitchy at times. I'm really glad I made this purchase!
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I finally rode to work this morning. The trip from Arlington to Las Colinas sucks, but its much better on the bike! I absolutely love the power this thing makes. It is almost effort less! You can shift at 4-5k and still have plenty of power in the next gear. You can even roll on in 6th at 5k to pass people with ease! This bike is much better than the SV before it!!

Plus it falls into turns quite well and fells really stable. The SV was kind of twitchy at times. I'm really glad I made this purchase!
Its a good one, you made a wise choice. And It'll never need anything but Gas, Oil, Tires, and your ass on the seat

Gosh I feel all warm and fuzzy inside remembering my 954, I might have to go find another one!


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You going to head out with us Sunday Kyle? Still can't believe you found such a good low mileage bike.




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You going to head out with us Sunday Kyle? Still can't believe you found such a good low mileage bike.
I don't think so. This bike still has the original tires on it. The tires are starting to dry rot and are a little hard IMO. For highway use they are fine, but any kind of cornering and they would probably not hold up very well. New tires aren't in the budget for this month so I'm going to have to pass this time. My goal is to have the bike ready for a late Sept. or early Oct. ride through Arkansas with a couple of buddies.
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I don't think so. This bike still has the original tires on it. The tires are starting to dry rot and are a little hard IMO. For highway use they are fine, but any kind of cornering and they would probably not hold up very well. New tires aren't in the budget for this month so I'm going to have to pass this time. My goal is to have the bike ready for a late Sept. or early Oct. ride through Arkansas with a couple of buddies.
I totally understand man, better safe than sorry.




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I don't think so. This bike still has the original tires on it. The tires are starting to dry rot and are a little hard IMO. For highway use they are fine, but any kind of cornering and they would probably not hold up very well. New tires aren't in the budget for this month so I'm going to have to pass this time. My goal is to have the bike ready for a late Sept. or early Oct. ride through Arkansas with a couple of buddies.

http://www.kgmotorcycletires.com/Street_tire.htm for when you need tires. cheap prices and free shipping.


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Now that says it all.
True! I think I might shit all over my balls if I ever got my bike in that position, Because I know it would not be there on purpose!


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anyone ever riden both a Raptor 660 and a LT-Z400?

just wonder what your thoughts were on which was better in what areas.
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Raptor 660 ftw!! I have an 05' special edition.

Ive compared mine to several different models that my buddies have, the power and handling dont compare. We ride mainly at munster or rocky ridge.
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Raptor 660 ftw!! I have an 05' special edition.

Ive compared mine to several different models that my buddies have, the power and handling dont compare. We ride mainly at munster or rocky ridge.
What different models are we talking about here? Just so i have a comparison.
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The Raptor will be a little faster but the center of gravity is higher and it's a little wider. If someone is trading you straight up it might be worth doing. Watch the years though, I think the 03s had junk transmissions.

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The Raptor will be a little faster but the center of gravity is higher and it's a little wider. If someone is trading you straight up it might be worth doing. Watch the years though, I think the 03s had junk transmissions.
nah, i am keeping the Zuk.

just getting thoughts on the differences. 76 Maverick is in the market for a better ride, and i am bias towards the Z400 for trail riding, but then again, i have not ridin a raptor 660. i know i have little to no trouble keeping up with more powerful bikes in the trails, and in a drag race i get pulled by a 660, but we do not do alot of dragging. racing.

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