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post #3861 of 7984 Old 11-11-12, 05:03
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Broke 10k miles on a lil spin with some friends.

2009 Daytona 675
Akra headers/comp werks exhaust, 1050 throttle tube, ohlins ttx rear shock, bazzaz zfi fuel controller/QS, MWR air filter, attack rear sets, galfer rotors front and rear, brembo MC,
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just got back from a 3 week, put some miles on the D675 and got to try out some goodies I bought while gone,
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Black and Gold clip ons and Gold shorties.
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Tank pad, and GP Pro Gloves.
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last but not least, comp werks tail, :-)


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10k reached!

Took GF on a 50 mile ride for coffee, me on D675, her on 250, same route she crashed on 2 months ago. Hit the same bump in the same turn (sucker's on the line). 15 min later, at the stop sign, pull over to check how things are, and she's crying in her helmet...
Hitting the bump brought back all the memories of the crash and freaked her out but she kept on going until we stopped! Lovely girl :)
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Wacked in the FUBAR'ed battery for probably one of the last rides of the year. The weather was so good, I didn't want to miss out.

After the ride I put the battery back on the tender and it was nearly empty. It's definitely on it's way out :(
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Took mine out for a small ride yesterday, roads were a little too dirty for a good ride :(

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Took mine out for a small ride yesterday, roads were a little too dirty for a good ride :(
I second this took her for a commute to worj hoping to have a little fun. But def way too much sand had to take her slow and conservative. Def tells me time to put her up fot the winter unfortunately

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I second this took her for a commute to worj hoping to have a little fun. But def way too much sand had to take her slow and conservative. Def tells me time to put her up fot the winter unfortunately

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Yeah I had mine up already technically, but thankfully it's easily obtainable to me still haha Interstate was about all I could do sadly.

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all the leaves on the roads sketch me out. I took my bike back home a few weeks ago :(
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Yeah I had mine up already technically, but thankfully it's easily obtainable to me still haha Interstate was about all I could do sadly.
Mine needs to go up before i get another snow storm since its being stored in my dads basement which means traveling iver grass so i need it hard enough and no snow lol and exactly wet leaves with water and sand spells out dissaster im not looking for a accident to tty and extend the season a couple days not worth it to me

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Had my first drop..... I guess, Well I was at my cousin's place Saturday night. I got home around 2am to find my bike sleeping on its side, at first I was like I hope its still there when I get home (park on the street). I don't know if it was bumped or someone gently placed it on the floor. A few scratches on the GB protection stuff, tank, and bar end. I was going to start kicking off side mirrors, but I am kinda over that age and aggression, but I think having paid $3000 has something to do with it. If it was a brand new, I would have gone crazy. Thanks for listening.

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