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post #11 of 29 Old 12-03-12, 14:49
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Touche, I definitely didn't look that closely, my bad.

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I'd rather have the replica lol
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Haha on the WERA ad one, it says it's for beginners to experts. I know traction control and abs help, but not that much lol. The S1000RR is by far one of the hardest bike's to learn to go fast on (other than straight's lol). Straight away's are still hard because I feel like I'm holding on for dear life hahaha.

The one cool thing about buying it would be the fact you can go and get it setup by his crew and have a private track session with them. Sick looking beemer fer sure though!

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post #15 of 29 Old 12-16-12, 18:43
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Comparing mod list, that looks like its probably a replica.
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Definately not larry's bike.

Actually, it is. The guy listing it on WERA is a respected CCS racer and it was purchased from Pegram at the end of the 2010 season.

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I see the one on WERA is a 2011 vs. the one's on ebay that are 2012's. I still have a hard time believing it is Larry Pegram's AMA bike...that still has stock keyed ignition, turn signal controls, kill switch, etc. I'm pretty sure they do away with all that, no?
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Actually, it is. The guy listing it on WERA is a respected CCS racer and it was purchased from Pegram at the end of the 2010 season.
Nope unless they completely stripped everything off and put it back street legal after the AMA season its not his bike.
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Nope unless they completely stripped everything off and put it back street legal after the AMA season its not his bike.

email him and ask. You can't really say one way or the other until you do.

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It's definitely a legit Pegram bike guys...
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Nope unless they completely stripped everything off and put it back street legal after the AMA season its not his bike.
Do you know the guy? Have you seen the bike in person? Ridden next to it? Pitted next to it in the paddock?

I'll answer that for you. No, obviously you haven't. But oh wait, I know someone who has. Me!!!
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