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post #21 of 78 Old 01-09-13, 11:52
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What exactly is the point of this. Its really fun coming up with these names but are you going to actually use anything we come up with or is this just for fun. Either way im liking the originality. If its for an actual show name that would be cool. A show dedicated to bikes thats not american chopper is long over due. Cafe racer doesnt count. Its a decent show but still to niche.

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What about "Quickshift" ?


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What about "Quickshift" ?
We originally thought about using "upshift", but it is taken. Afterward our group came up with: automotoshift (too similar to others and long), rubbersidedown (long), twisted throttle (already taken) and QuickShift (We were learning toward this one), but I decided that maybe it is a good idea to ask the show intended audience for suggestion. Long story short, to see that someone else thought of Quickshift makes the name not such a bad one after all.

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