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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-10-2000, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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I just got my new bike to replace the Buell M2 that I had (RIP)

After my boyfriend had a "face to quarterpanel introduction" with it, It got totalled. It was a fun bike, '99, Molten Orange and black. I really liked the bike but since it's history, I decided to try something different.

Now I just bought a '97 Bimota DB3 Mantra. Can't wait to get back to the twisties of NM with it!

MyMota has a 904cc Ducati engine dressed up for fun. http://www.3crazyladies.net/mantra.jpg

so what do you ride? I know that not all of you are on "big 6" bikes...

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I have GSXR1100. Adjustable 6-12" over swingarm w/air, on board air compressor, shift light,air shifter, two-step, and NOS. Everything a little lady needs.

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Well...

I think the name is self-evident but...

Nothing too fancy... Just a '94 CBR 600 F2 with a Two Brother's Slip-On and other comsmetic stuff like mag. tank bra, carbon junk, dark smoke screen, solo seat cowl etc...

Next summer I am doing the steel braided brake line thing, one piece race tail section, possibly a new header, frame sliders for the track and for me, new leathers... We shall see....

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Been awhile but I figured with new owners maybe get a better feel for the place.

I have a 200 Blue yamahaR6 thius christmas I am getting a dual pipe kit which will be imported from the Netherlands and the front with have something painted on it. Most likely a dragon.

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---Been awhile but I figured with new owners maybe get a better feel for the place.---

Welcome back 1fastchick...

I thought it was losing steam too, but I hope we can bring it back again. It'd be fun to get to know some other women on bikes.


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Yo Fast! Waddup peeps? I ride a '00 BMW R1200CE on the streets. I looove my cruiser, it is so bomb! I race an '89 Yamaha FZR 400 and a '00 Yamaha R6 @ WSMC. I'm going to pick my new '01 Turbo GLX VW Beetle up in Santa Monica tonight...I'M DYING!! :^D

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Well Im still on my beginner bike, a 1998 GS500EW, in which I have gone one tooth down on the front sprocket, and added a stage 1 jet kit. It was nice for what I needed it for. But Im moving up to a 1999 CBR900RR in yellow I get it come November! Oh man that bike is gonna rule, and Im gonna trick it out to holy hell, with mod's like a racetech gold valve fork kit, Micron pipe ( full system of course) maybe an ignition advancer. We'll see .....sigh*

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I pick up my new bike Saturday--2000 Ninja 250r. Will be my *first* (insert clouds parting and angels singing here) so I decided to get a smaller one so that I don't hurt myself with my need for speed. (My everyday drive is a Camaro z28, tee hee)

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my bike is a slow, heavy ass, can't go in the twisties 600 piece of crap. but that's okay. i'm poor.

you're spending your honeymoon with a bunch of lunatics on murder-cycles??
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Nothing wrong with slow heavy asses, Amy; I'm married to one, you know!!

And if you figure your bike is slow in the twisties; I'm guessing I must just sit still- who knew!!

As far as this topic goes; I creep around on a 2000 Suzuki SV650 with no special add-ons; possibly an M4 pipe in the near future...

Follow your bliss

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