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08-17-2007 07:23 AM
Vash Does the "oil in spring arm" concept increase unsprung weight?



08-10-2007 04:06 PM
Smitty Have to admit that the advertising, if that was it, then it is typically American in being you have to fiew three or more things at the same time, to fast, blured, with some form of so called music & other sounds to even some voices. Obviously to some it is exciting to watch an ad like that, but to some it is ---- a bit out of hand.

We will have a better idea once they are on the showroom floors, have been give a few test runs & time to look at the pros & cons of the latest offered by Buell.
08-10-2007 03:51 PM
Zinian http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzkRA...elated&search=

If this is the new Buell everyone has been talking about, I will give them one thing:

They can make one heck of a commercial.

One thing that caught my eye though was at 1:11 or so into it, the thing comes off a turn and the front tire lifts like it's on an incline. Did the rider do that for show or was the bike just "floating" on it's own? I'm not a racer so I wouldn't know.

I've heard that the XB12's and 9's can pop the front end really easily. (although this is probably utilized by squids mostly...)
07-28-2007 04:57 PM
SexieWASD
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Originally posted by Xx954HxCafexX
didnt they have some buell's in AMA last year and they were poop.
yes.
07-28-2007 04:42 PM
Xx954HxCafexX didnt they have some buell's in AMA last year and they were poop.
07-28-2007 12:51 PM
Smitty I felt we had voiced I views on the other one. Still even if I was in the itch to obtain another V-twin. I would like to sit back for a seaons & see the pros & cos come up & to be corrected.
07-28-2007 11:35 AM
SexieWASD Not sure that Erik is so fond of the race replica thing. They sell bikes for the street, not for the track. Best look elsewhere, Like at your local Yamaha dealer.
07-28-2007 11:20 AM
Supernova46 I said production bike, I'm not looking to pay for a race bike, I'm looking to pay for a race replica to ride on the street.
07-28-2007 03:27 AM
JeffNights
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Originally posted by Supernova46
When will they come out with a production bike designed to be raced, in the AMA's (and perhaps others) existing classes, that doesn't cost 30 grand and incorporates the Buell trilogy of technology?

Edit: Wait, is AMA also changing their displacement for twins? I forget. If they are then this isn't relevant.
The XBRR fully incorporates the "Trilogy of Technology" and races in the AMA FX class, and if think for a minute the factory teams bikes that race there cost less than 30 grand, I got some real esate to sell to ya!!
07-27-2007 08:13 PM
Supernova46 When will they come out with a production bike designed to be raced, in the AMA's (and perhaps others) existing classes, that doesn't cost 30 grand and incorporates the Buell trilogy of technology?

Edit: Wait, is AMA also changing their displacement for twins? I forget. If they are then this isn't relevant.
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