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post #41 of 131 Old 11-07-12, 08:42
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First Bike: '09 Daytona, now a track bike!

Second bike: 2012 Ducati 1199 S Panigale, current street bike
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I'm not driving fast - I'm flying low

"I actually just have my throttle cable pulled so its
wide open even when i start the bike. balls to the
wall is how i live, screw stoplights and slow people."
- TwoWheeledWonder
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post #42 of 131 Old 11-07-12, 09:03
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2003 SV650


2003 R6 LE, then a 2006 Daytona 675


My current steed


Currently negotiating for one of these:

'10 Tornado Red Street Triple w/ plenty of goodies
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post #43 of 131 Old 11-07-12, 09:14
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That R6 body style is still one of my favorites.

2010 TornadoRed D675 Trackbike
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post #44 of 131 Old 11-07-12, 09:25
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Some of my previous bikes,Harley heritage softail x3,harley Duece,Harley roadking,harley 1200 sportster,Harley v rod,kawasaki zzr 1000 x 2,Suzuki rf 900,yamaha xv920,yamaha 1100 virago,Honda vfr 800,honda cbr 600,ducati monster.Quite an assortment!
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post #45 of 131 Old 11-07-12, 11:01
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98 katana. -_- lol

97 cbr900rr (streetfightered)

01 cbr600f4I (stunted out)

12 D675r (current bike)

Only got pic of f4I on my phone
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post #46 of 131 Old 11-07-12, 11:37
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previous street legal bikes: 68 honda cl90 scrambler,75 goldwing, 84 honda cx500 turbo,90 cbr600, 91 vfr750, 92 cbr600, 98 gsxr 600, 01 sv650s, 03 volsuia 800, 05 DR650se, 06 daytona, 07DR650se.....then the 07 daytona i stil have.

off road bikes, 35-40

all in a matter of 13 years or so

my avatar describes how i feel when im on my daytona

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post #47 of 131 Old 11-08-12, 03:16
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First bike was a Hyosung GT250, had it for a year. Stock standard, with holes drilled through the pipe lol sounded like a sloppy fart. Dropped it countless times and high sided it once. Still sold it for the same amount as I bought it

Second bike was a 2008 Husaberg FS650e, had it for about 18 months, really regret selling it. Had so much fun on it, backin it in, slidin it out, wheelies... One day I plan on having another big bore motard....

Third, and current, bike is a 2008 Daytona. have had it since June last year. Haven't done much to it, other than a PCIII and a Competition Werkes slip on. I'm definitely keeping this one a while
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Its the afternoon on the last day of the holidays and its your call: Reg Lindsay`s Country Homestead with Mum and Dad or a painters plank on the top of a 12 gallon drum and your YZ80E...
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post #48 of 131 Old 11-08-12, 12:19
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Uh, details?! That thing sounds awesome!

Sorry Tex, I didn't see your reply until now. In that pic, basicly the only things stock 99' ZRX1100 were the frame and body panels. I bought the turbocharger and had Ryan Langford(a friend who lived in Burien Washington) build the turbo system and tune it once myself and a few local friends were done building the motor. I started with a stock ZZR1200 motor and had the connecting rods shot peened by a local company. Pistons I sourced from another friend who also had a turbo 1224 bike. He had two sets of custom pistons made by Ross Pistons http://www.rosspistons.com/index.php with lower compression for turbo application so I bought his spare set and had them thermo coated by a local company. The crankshaft was lightened by APE http://www.aperaceparts.com/crankwork.html and the cylinder boring/plating done by Millennium Technologies http://www.mt-llc.com/index.php . Ryan wired the hazard switch(appropriately enough) to act as a two stage boost controller. Normal(switch out) was set up for around 8psi boost. With the switch pushed in, boost was 15psi. The only dyno run I did with the bike running 91 octane pump fuel at 15psi resulted in 241 hp and 177 ft lbs torque. With the stock length swingarm(with additional bracing welded in) the bike was a wheelie machine!
It was a fun experience owning it but it was my only bike at the time. It needed constant tinkering and I wanted something I could just hop on and ride. I eventually parted it out and used the funds for my next bike.
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post #49 of 131 Old 11-08-12, 12:26
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Sorry Tex, I didn't see your reply until now. In that pic, basicly the only things stock 99' ZRX1100 were the frame and body panels. I bought the turbocharger and had Ryan Langford(a friend who lived in Burien Washington) build the turbo system and tune it once myself and a few local friends were done building the motor. I started with a stock ZZR1200 motor and had the connecting rods shot peened by a local company. Pistons I sourced from another friend who also had a turbo 1224 bike. He had two sets of custom pistons made by Ross Pistons http://www.rosspistons.com/index.php with lower compression for turbo application so I bought his spare set and had them thermo coated by a local company. The crankshaft was lightened by APE http://www.aperaceparts.com/crankwork.html and the cylinder boring/plating done by Millennium Technologies http://www.mt-llc.com/index.php . Ryan wired the hazard switch(appropriately enough) to act as a two stage boost controller. Normal(switch out) was set up for around 8psi boost. With the switch pushed in, boost was 15psi. The only dyno run I did with the bike running 91 octane pump fuel at 15psi resulted in 241 hp and 177 ft lbs torque. With the stock length swingarm(with additional bracing welded in) the bike was a wheelie machine!
It was a fun experience owning it but it was my only bike at the time. It needed constant tinkering and I wanted something I could just hop on and ride. I eventually parted it out and used the funds for my next bike.
Wow thats a crazy mod list, and sick power

1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4
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post #50 of 131 Old 11-19-12, 03:43
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First bike - 2001 CBR600F4i, hella beater. Put about 20k on it.


Second bike - 2009 ZX6R. Put about 20k on it.


Current bike - 2006 675. Put 2k on it and the last two weeks.

06 675 w/ 2009 engine running on 2006 electronics - Sold w/ 36k
03 Ducati 749
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