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I'm going to take my duc for a walk. Just thought you might want to know

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God, I hate you.



I was thinking about going for a ride as well... although I will have to resort to riding my lowly ZX6R. Sigh.
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I would rub it in every chance I got. Owning one gives you that right, you know.
Just taking your advice bro

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Just taking your advice bro

Touche. Don't think for a second I wouldn't have done the same thing.
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Ok, I'm back now. Wanna know how much fun I had?

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Ok, I'm back now. Wanna know how much fun I had?


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Nice, I'll have to add that one to my collection.

In other news, I realized it's going to take some warmer temps to work the chicken strips off those tires. Faster through the turns than the gixxer, but still doesn't lean as much. Damn. It feels like the same transition I went through moving from the CBR to the Gixxer. It's like an extension of my mind, turning without physical input. It just goes where I want it to with no hesitation whatsoever. I crave track time.

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Nice, I'll have to add that one to my collection.

In other news, I realized it's going to take some warmer temps to work the chicken strips off those tires. Faster through the turns than the gixxer, but still doesn't lean as much. Damn. It feels like the same transition I went through moving from the CBR to the Gixxer. It's like an extension of my mind, turning without physical input. It just goes where I want it to with no hesitation whatsoever. I crave track time.
lol. I've never been to a track.


It's funny that you mention how much farther the Gixxer leans... When my bike was down due to the Civic mod to the fairings, I had the chance to borrow a friends 02 Gixxer for a week. It seemed like that bike went down twice as far as mine did to make the same corners, and high speed corners... I mean... Speedlimit corners were nowhere near as smooth. I thought it was his bike, but now you have me wondering.

Stepping off my bike and on to his, the gixxer seemed to be running on only 3 cylinders, too. I think 02 Gixxers were still low on the HP spectrum, though.
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Oh yeah, PS... I have a few smileys kicking around one of my 300gig HDs. If I can actually figure out where I put the folder, I will throw some more up. I also have random pictures, too. But then again... doesn't everyone?


I think I've posted this one on here before, but one of my personal favorites...

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heh I found them.



















































These are the ones that are my personal favorites...









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