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07-04-2001 02:11 AM
oldgixer
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Originally posted by Hysyde
14$ a month for an R6!! I would kill for rates that cheap!

Yes, State Farm Insurance is avaiable here in Canada but I've never had it recommended by a fellow rider around here. Maybe I'll have to check them out.
I'm w/ STATE FARM. They won't insure a bike unless your car's with them too. I pay less than $20/ month for P.L.P.D. and that's pretty good, but then I'm a lot older than you and my record's pretty clean.
07-04-2001 12:07 AM
Joe4speed
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Originally posted by HondaNut!
Sounds like your riding a Ninja
Hey now!! Be nice!
07-03-2001 02:31 PM
Hysyde 14$ a month for an R6!! I would kill for rates that cheap!

Yes, State Farm Insurance is avaiable here in Canada but I've never had it recommended by a fellow rider around here. Maybe I'll have to check them out.
07-03-2001 11:00 AM
Hysyde
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That's not a good price.
I've had other people tell me that, but it was the absolute cheapest I could find. So I considered it a good price compared to anything else I could find.
07-03-2001 10:57 AM
Hysyde
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is there body kits for the ninja 500?
Have you been looking at the Ninga 500's without the chin fairing? As long as the have the chin fairing I think they're a pretty decent and clean looking bike.
07-03-2001 10:50 AM
Squidwannabe
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Originally posted by Hysyde
I definitely recommend Canada Life insurance too. I payed $900 a year, when i was 21 years old, had only a learners permit (M1), had a bunch of speeding and traffic tickets, and a car acciddent (my fault). It was just liability, plus fire and theft, on a 1987 Ex 500 but I thought it was a decent price, especially compared to my regular insurance company who quote me a $1000 more.

I think and Ex 500 (Ninga 500r) is a great first bike.
That's not a good price.
07-03-2001 10:48 AM
Squidwannabe
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Originally posted by Neospite


just like to see my future options on the kits before i buy the bike

here ...


www.targa-acc.com
07-03-2001 10:35 AM
Hysyde I definitely recommend Canada Life insurance too. I payed $900 a year, when i was 21 years old, had only a learners permit (M1), had a bunch of speeding and traffic tickets, and a car acciddent (my fault). It was just liability, plus fire and theft, on a 1987 Ex 500 but I thought it was a decent price, especially compared to my regular insurance company who quote me a $1000 more.

I think the Ex 500 (Ninga 500r) is a great first bike.
06-22-2001 08:21 PM
Neospite
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Originally posted by HondaNut!
dont put on a body kit until you get insurance and drop the bike at least once
just like to see my future options on the kits before i buy the bike
06-22-2001 02:05 PM
HondaNut! dont put on a body kit until you get insurance and drop the bike at least once
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