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Old 11-07-12, 20:12   #21
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Damn, lots of harsh gear policing going on! He's probably safer on a drag strip than on the street.

Anyway, good luck! Let us know how the project comes along and hopefully you shave some time off


Cheers mate, I'm hoping the QS will help with consistency as well.
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Old 11-07-12, 20:18   #22
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ITT: New member comes to forum and creates a thread showing his interest about D675 and his enjoyment about pushing the bike in a controlled environment (drag strip). Does this in perfectly fine gear for the street and it's permitted in the environment - asks forum members for helpful advice.

Some opinionated resident douche bags do anything but be constructive and piss off new forum member. New forum member thinks 675.net is full if jerks and never comes back again.

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Haha every forum has its share of ****wits mate, and I sure don't mind treating them as such

So far, from my few posts and a look around, the majority of members seem to be genuinely interested in their Trumpy and bikes in general
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It was after this I bought the Translogic, which worked perfectly.
Sucks about your bad experience! I'm using the Annitori myself. Worked right away after plugging the coil connectors and the ground wire. I wish I could have got the HM QS since it's adjustable. That would be nice, so I can change the factory shift star. Shifting would be 20m/s quicker haha. Although with the annitori, it's already really fast..
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ChickenStrips -

To jump subjects, where are you in aus? I have friends scattered all about -- Canberra, Sydney, Perth, Darwin, toowoomba (sp?), and Adelaide.
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ChickenStrips -

To jump subjects, where are you in aus? I have friends scattered all about -- Canberra, Sydney, Perth, Darwin, toowoomba (sp?), and Adelaide.
Bundaberg mate. Ever heard of Bundaberg Rum?... About 5hrs drive North North-East of Toowoomba
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I have three bottles of bundaberg ginger beer in my fridge and two bottles of their peach fizzies. Haha.
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Bundaberg Ginger Beer is awesome! I almost always get it when I fly domestic lol.
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Bundaberg Ginger Beer is awesome! I almost always get it when I fly domestic lol.
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http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...tched+swingarm

Another drag raceing mod for you...
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Another drag raceing mod for you...
Cheers Karl, I'll have a look through it not too keen on a longer swing arm though.
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